Wright becomes personally involved in a case when a young woman is found raped and murdered after getting into a taxi. As a young cop, Wright investigated and charged rapist Roman Wisniewski with sexual assault. He walked through the help of a QC.... (more) Now Wright has a chance to put him away for a long time. Wisniewski says he is innocent. But when another victim comes forward, and identifies Wisniewski, it seems as if Wright is right. Wright tries to persuade the victim to go to court to help in a successful prosecution. Keep the bastard off the streets. But there are problems in mounting a case against him, like lack of evidence, and Malik fears Wright’s vision is stopping her from seeing the truth. Wright and Wisnieski go to war. And with it, comes destruction and pain. And as in any war, there is no winner. Meanwhile, Malik works to find the gang responsible for the armed robbery. Hunter is in remand, waiting sentence for the murder of two drug importers. Kimberley, a clerk at the Security Company, which was robbed, takes Hunter a message. Something is up, but what? And can the cops break a woman in love?