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14 October 2010, 22:01
Terry’s plan to get rid of his business partner Marty “Mr Asia” Johnstone backfires when his butchered remains are discovered in the UK.
Under intense questioning from by UK police, Marty’s best mate Andy
Maher confesses his role in the murder and implicates Terry Clark.
The police swoop on Terry’s London home and arrest him. Confronted by a troubling amount of evidence – unaccounted cash, false passports, encoded accounts, unregistered firearm - Terry reacts as he would in New South Wales.
He offers substantial bribes to the investigating police. But these UK police have different standards. Terry ends up behind bars awaiting trial.
Back in Australia, the Joint Task Force is delighted to learn of Terry’s capture. Dave Priest is hopeful Terry’s imprisonment will help blow the lid on their investigation into the heroin trade and systemic corruption.
His colleague Joe Messina is itching to question Clark about the murder of Doug and Isabel Wilson – the drug couriers whose corpses wrenched open this can of worms.
To help apply pressure on Terry and co, the Feds use their FBI contacts to have Allison Dine arrested in the U.S.
The Feds want to questions her about the Mr Asia syndicate. They still think she is a minor player in the syndicate and are shocked to learn the full extent of her involvement.
Allison is now determined to turn her life around and to make some amends for her life of crime. She agrees to go into protective custody and become a Crown witness.
However, when Allison testifies at a committal hearing for corrupt law clerk Brian Alexander, the defence lawyers utterly discredit her.
Charges against Alexander are dropped and Allison is left feeling humiliated. Has the Fed’s star witness been neutralised?
Meanwhile, Terry’s demise is putting enormous pressure on his underworld associates in Australia. Dodgy Doctor Nick Paltos is sinking deeper into debt and Aussie Bob Trimbole’s heroin supplies are drying up.
To make matters worse, Bob’s prostrate cancer is becoming a major health problem.
Despite their problems, the two men keep busy by planning a massive smuggling operation of cannabis resin from Lebanon.
Last updated: 08 June 2011, 11:12