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28 October 2010, 22:01
With Kiwi Terry on trial in England and Aussie Bob on the run abroad, the ‘Mr Asia’ drug syndicate has collapsed, meaning the Australian heroin business is up for grabs.
There are plenty of people ready and willing to plug the gaps. It seems like every ambitious drug dealer, crime figure and corrupt cop is jostling for a slice of the lucrative drug market.
Sensing this unrest could be good for business, Chris “Rent-a-Kill” Flannery moves to Sydney to take advantage of the need for a good hitman. He quickly makes friends with the people that matter, including the corrupt NSW detectives and the big man himself – George Freeman.
Despite his obvious craziness and unsettling eagerness, there’s no doubt Chris is a good hit man, maybe too good.
In the UK, Terry Clark is awaiting trial for the murder of Marty Johnstone. While on remand he proposes to his lover Karen Soich. Could it be that Terry has finally learnt how to love?
Meanwhile, Terry’s former lover Allison Dine faces the reality of testifying against Terry. But despite the support of the Australian Federal Police, she is terrified of coming face-to-face with Terry in an open courtroom.
In Ireland, Bob Trimbole uses his gift of the gab to dive into the illegal arms trade in Ireland. But for all his industriousness, he is a sick man whose body clock is ticking loudly.
Back in Australia, the Federal Police set up a sting operation to flush out the mole within their ranks. However, while it means risking the success of a major drug bust, the operation has an unexpected benefit - the chance arrest of Frank Tizzoni, a confidante of Bob Trimbole’s.
Tizzoni is willing to cut a deal to protect himself, and provides the Feds with information that cracks open the mystery of Donald Mackay’s disappearance.
Last updated: 08 June 2011, 11:12