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1 00:00:02,846 --> 00:00:04,580 Five-O! - Coming up next on 2 00:00:04,582 --> 00:00:06,332 The Savannah Walker Show: Savannah takes a thrilling 3 00:00:06,334 --> 00:00:07,617 ride-along with Hawaii's elite 4 00:00:07,619 --> 00:00:09,202 crime-fighting task force, Five-O. 5 00:00:09,204 --> 00:00:10,953 Wait, wait, wait, what are you doing? 6 00:00:10,955 --> 00:00:12,422 This is as far as you go, okay? 7 00:00:12,424 --> 00:00:13,706 Zoom in there. 8 00:00:13,708 --> 00:00:16,175 I want to see what they're looking at. 9 00:00:16,177 --> 00:00:18,127 Oh, my God. 10 00:00:21,216 --> 00:00:22,548 ♪ Mama told me 11 00:00:22,550 --> 00:00:24,534 ♪ Not to waste my life 12 00:00:24,536 --> 00:00:26,469 ♪ She said spread your wings 13 00:00:26,471 --> 00:00:28,871 ♪ My little butterfly 14 00:00:28,873 --> 00:00:30,940 ♪ Don't let what they say 15 00:00:30,942 --> 00:00:33,008 ♪ Keep you up at night... 16 00:00:33,010 --> 00:00:35,011 Live from 17 00:00:35,013 --> 00:00:38,448 Hilton Hawaiian Village in beautiful Waikiki, 18 00:00:38,450 --> 00:00:41,050 it's The Savannah Walker Show! 19 00:00:41,052 --> 00:00:44,320 Starring your host, Savannah Walker! 20 00:00:46,541 --> 00:00:48,157 Aloha! 21 00:00:49,326 --> 00:00:51,728 And here she is, the queen of talk, 22 00:00:51,730 --> 00:00:52,995 Savannah! 23 00:00:52,997 --> 00:00:54,697 Welcome, thank you, guys. 24 00:00:54,699 --> 00:00:56,666 Give it up for my boys. 25 00:00:56,668 --> 00:00:58,084 Yes! 26 00:00:59,753 --> 00:01:02,538 Aloha, everyone, aloha! 27 00:01:02,540 --> 00:01:04,507 Welcome to the show! 28 00:01:04,509 --> 00:01:08,745 Now, as you know, we have got it going on 29 00:01:08,747 --> 00:01:11,230 from Hawaii all week long. 30 00:01:11,232 --> 00:01:13,182 It has been incredible. 31 00:01:13,184 --> 00:01:16,185 We've been shooting everywhere in our country's 50th state, 32 00:01:16,187 --> 00:01:17,820 and it has been fantastic. 33 00:01:17,822 --> 00:01:19,338 From the beaches of the North Shore 34 00:01:19,340 --> 00:01:22,592 to the skyscrapers of Waikiki, we have done it all, 35 00:01:22,594 --> 00:01:23,576 and it has been amazing. 36 00:01:23,578 --> 00:01:24,994 Am I right? 37 00:01:25,997 --> 00:01:27,313 Yes. 38 00:01:27,315 --> 00:01:32,034 But we have saved the very best for last. 39 00:01:32,036 --> 00:01:33,903 My producers thought it would be exciting 40 00:01:33,905 --> 00:01:37,707 to do something different, something truly out of the box. 41 00:01:37,709 --> 00:01:41,694 And so they arranged for me to hang out with Five-O, 42 00:01:41,696 --> 00:01:45,631 Hawaii's elite crime-fighting task force. 43 00:01:45,633 --> 00:01:47,183 Yes. 44 00:01:47,185 --> 00:01:48,734 And with the governor's blessing, 45 00:01:48,736 --> 00:01:51,721 I was able to take my camera crew behind the scenes 46 00:01:51,723 --> 00:01:54,440 for the ultimate ride-along. 47 00:01:54,442 --> 00:01:57,326 Now, I want to warn you, this is not gonna be 48 00:01:57,328 --> 00:01:59,729 one of our typical Savannah shows. 49 00:01:59,731 --> 00:02:02,949 It is going to be scary, it's going to be graphic, 50 00:02:02,951 --> 00:02:05,768 and it might be a good idea to put those little ones down 51 00:02:05,770 --> 00:02:07,069 for an early nap. 52 00:02:07,071 --> 00:02:10,072 Because I am talking unscripted, 53 00:02:10,074 --> 00:02:13,543 unedited and unbelievable. 54 00:02:13,545 --> 00:02:15,378 Are you ready? 55 00:02:16,714 --> 00:02:20,082 All right! This is gonna be off the hook! 56 00:02:20,084 --> 00:02:21,117 Tommy, roll the tape. 57 00:02:22,470 --> 00:02:25,154 Welcome to the home of Five-O. 58 00:02:25,156 --> 00:02:27,807 This beautiful building opened in 1871, 59 00:02:27,809 --> 00:02:30,142 designed by Australian Thomas Rowe 60 00:02:30,144 --> 00:02:32,395 in an Italian Renaissance revival. 61 00:02:32,397 --> 00:02:33,813 It doesn't look like 62 00:02:33,815 --> 00:02:36,032 your average police station, does it? 63 00:02:36,034 --> 00:02:39,952 That's because Five-O aren't your typical cops. 64 00:02:39,954 --> 00:02:43,272 They're a task force that handles high-priority cases. 65 00:02:43,274 --> 00:02:47,076 Cases that often put them in life and death situations. 66 00:02:47,078 --> 00:02:50,847 In this show, we're gonna get to know Five-O's key personnel. 67 00:02:50,849 --> 00:02:53,199 To start, let's meet the big kahuna, 68 00:02:53,201 --> 00:02:55,368 Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett, 69 00:02:55,370 --> 00:02:59,088 the boss man and Honolulu native. 70 00:03:01,926 --> 00:03:04,544 Born and raised on the island of Oahu, 71 00:03:04,546 --> 00:03:06,929 Steve was a celebrated quarterback 72 00:03:06,931 --> 00:03:09,632 for the Fightin' Nuts of Kukui High, 73 00:03:09,634 --> 00:03:11,267 a standout at the Naval Academy 74 00:03:11,269 --> 00:03:13,536 and a highly decorated Navy SEAL 75 00:03:13,538 --> 00:03:16,706 who saw action around the globe. 76 00:03:18,292 --> 00:03:20,443 Hi, Commander McGarrett. Hi. 77 00:03:20,445 --> 00:03:22,011 Hi. I understand you were handpicked 78 00:03:22,013 --> 00:03:23,980 by the late Governor Jameson, uh, to lead Five-O, 79 00:03:23,982 --> 00:03:25,831 and tasked with cleaning up crime on the islands. 80 00:03:25,833 --> 00:03:28,067 That's, um, a pretty awesome task. 81 00:03:29,803 --> 00:03:31,203 Uh, I'm sorry, 82 00:03:31,205 --> 00:03:32,939 was I supposed to say something back to you? 83 00:03:32,941 --> 00:03:35,091 Well, that's how an on-camera interview works. 84 00:03:35,093 --> 00:03:37,192 I, um, ask the questions, and then you answer. 85 00:03:37,194 --> 00:03:39,629 Okay, um, I'm not really comfortable with that, 86 00:03:39,631 --> 00:03:41,297 and, uh, I don't... 87 00:03:41,299 --> 00:03:44,033 I thought you guys were just gonna follow us around. 88 00:03:45,202 --> 00:03:46,502 You know? 89 00:03:48,055 --> 00:03:50,756 Okay, this is gonna be a little tougher than I thought. 90 00:03:50,758 --> 00:03:52,708 Um, well, okay. 91 00:03:52,710 --> 00:03:54,543 Working alongside Steve McGarrett 92 00:03:54,545 --> 00:03:56,045 is Detective Danny Williams, 93 00:03:56,047 --> 00:03:57,897 a New Jersey transplant who seems to have brought 94 00:03:57,899 --> 00:04:00,232 his feisty Jersey attitude with him. 95 00:04:00,234 --> 00:04:01,484 Um, Detective Williams, can I... 96 00:04:01,486 --> 00:04:02,768 No, no-no-no, no-no-no. 97 00:04:02,770 --> 00:04:04,553 Please, okay? I know the governor thinks 98 00:04:04,555 --> 00:04:06,455 that this is good PR, but I disagree strongly, 99 00:04:06,457 --> 00:04:08,491 so please keep the camera out of my face and we'll be fine. 100 00:04:08,493 --> 00:04:11,394 Please? I said please. Thank you. 101 00:04:11,396 --> 00:04:13,395 Peace. 102 00:04:17,167 --> 00:04:18,250 Oh, Lieutenant Kelly. 103 00:04:18,252 --> 00:04:19,752 Can I ask you a few questions? 104 00:04:19,754 --> 00:04:21,203 I'm a little bit busy right now. 105 00:04:21,205 --> 00:04:22,672 Well, I understand that 106 00:04:22,674 --> 00:04:24,206 Commander McGarrett's father trained you. 107 00:04:24,208 --> 00:04:26,242 What drew you to a life in law enforcement? 108 00:04:26,244 --> 00:04:27,242 Uh, family. 109 00:04:27,244 --> 00:04:28,794 I come from a long line of cops. 110 00:04:28,796 --> 00:04:30,412 I guess it's in my DNA. 111 00:04:30,414 --> 00:04:33,599 Well, if you weren't a cop, what would you be? 112 00:04:33,601 --> 00:04:35,217 Jazz trumpet. 113 00:04:35,219 --> 00:04:36,936 Really? Like Miles Davis? 114 00:04:36,938 --> 00:04:38,688 Well, there's only one Miles Davis, but... 115 00:04:38,690 --> 00:04:40,272 maybe that's why I became a cop. 116 00:04:40,274 --> 00:04:41,524 Now, if you'll excuse me. 117 00:04:41,526 --> 00:04:42,875 No, it's good, we're on the way. 118 00:04:42,877 --> 00:04:43,943 Hey, Chin, let's go. 119 00:04:43,945 --> 00:04:45,027 Yo, let's go! Oh, oh. 120 00:04:45,029 --> 00:04:46,078 This is it, we caught a case. 121 00:04:46,080 --> 00:04:47,063 Come on, let's go. 122 00:04:47,065 --> 00:04:48,447 Uh, Commander McGarrett, 123 00:04:48,449 --> 00:04:50,232 uh, can you tell us where we're going? 124 00:04:50,234 --> 00:04:51,984 Did you sign the personal safety waiver? 125 00:04:51,986 --> 00:04:54,587 You guys all need to do that, all right, before you come. 126 00:04:54,589 --> 00:04:56,022 Uh... Make sure they get one. 127 00:04:56,024 --> 00:04:57,573 A safety waiver? Why? 128 00:04:57,575 --> 00:04:58,908 Wait. 129 00:04:58,910 --> 00:05:00,776 Wait, what's so funny? 130 00:05:00,778 --> 00:05:03,095 Better call your insurance agent from the car. 131 00:05:03,097 --> 00:05:04,446 Tell him you want full coverage. 132 00:05:04,448 --> 00:05:05,948 Wait, you guys-- you're kidding, right? 133 00:05:05,950 --> 00:05:08,417 They're kidding, right? 134 00:05:09,687 --> 00:05:11,287 Come on, come on! We got to keep up. 135 00:05:11,289 --> 00:05:13,589 I'm trying. Try harder; we're losing them! 136 00:05:13,591 --> 00:05:14,890 You want me to run all the red lights? 137 00:05:14,892 --> 00:05:16,876 Fine. But you're paying the tickets. 138 00:05:16,878 --> 00:05:18,010 It's a deal. 139 00:05:18,012 --> 00:05:18,978 Just don't lose them. 140 00:05:21,232 --> 00:05:22,798 Shh. 141 00:05:22,800 --> 00:05:24,900 Don't tell anyone. 142 00:05:34,445 --> 00:05:36,495 Okay, we're at the crime scene with Five-O. 143 00:05:36,497 --> 00:05:37,646 Let's take a look. 144 00:05:37,648 --> 00:05:38,748 Duke, what do you got? 145 00:05:38,750 --> 00:05:40,533 It's a real mess down there. 146 00:05:40,535 --> 00:05:42,485 Let's increase the radius to include this rooftop here. 147 00:05:42,487 --> 00:05:43,936 It's got a clear line of sight. 148 00:05:43,938 --> 00:05:45,338 There might be a surveillance camera 149 00:05:45,339 --> 00:05:46,822 that picked something up. 150 00:05:47,958 --> 00:05:49,725 Wait, wait, wait, what are you doing? 151 00:05:49,727 --> 00:05:51,510 This is as far as you go, okay? 152 00:05:51,512 --> 00:05:53,095 We won't get in the way. 153 00:05:53,097 --> 00:05:55,264 I'm sorry, it's my crime scene, my rules. 154 00:05:55,266 --> 00:05:57,683 Okay? Okay. 155 00:06:00,887 --> 00:06:02,337 Zoom in there. 156 00:06:02,339 --> 00:06:04,840 I want to see what they're looking at. 157 00:06:04,842 --> 00:06:06,108 Oh, my God. 158 00:06:06,110 --> 00:06:07,693 - Is all of that blood? - Wow. 159 00:06:07,695 --> 00:06:08,861 Billy, boost the levels up. 160 00:06:08,863 --> 00:06:10,312 I want to hear what they're saying. 161 00:06:10,314 --> 00:06:11,781 That's some serious mutilation. 162 00:06:11,783 --> 00:06:13,399 Killer must have used an axe or a cleaver. 163 00:06:13,401 --> 00:06:15,317 Did he say "mutilated"? 164 00:06:15,319 --> 00:06:16,952 Let's get Max over here right away. 165 00:06:16,954 --> 00:06:18,971 Okay, come on, come on, come on. 166 00:06:18,973 --> 00:06:21,957 Officer Kalakaua, can you tell us who the victim is? 167 00:06:21,959 --> 00:06:24,360 Can you at least tell us if it was a man or a woman? 168 00:06:24,362 --> 00:06:26,078 We don't know. 169 00:06:26,080 --> 00:06:27,546 You won't say 'cause it'll compromise the case? 170 00:06:27,548 --> 00:06:28,914 No. I'm telling you, we don't know. 171 00:06:28,916 --> 00:06:30,633 Central to M.E. Two. 172 00:06:30,635 --> 00:06:32,501 Five-O is at your crime scene, requesting you expedite 173 00:06:32,503 --> 00:06:34,053 due to special circumstances. 174 00:06:34,055 --> 00:06:36,555 Steve, you ever seen anything like this? 175 00:06:36,557 --> 00:06:38,090 Never. 176 00:06:38,092 --> 00:06:41,560 (Hawaii Five-O theme song plays) 177 00:06:41,585 --> 00:06:45,585 ♪ Hawaii Five-O 3x21 ♪ Imi loko ka 'uhane (Seek Within One's Soul) Original Air Date on April 29, 2013 178 00:06:45,610 --> 00:06:50,610 == sync, corrected by elderman == 179 00:06:50,635 --> 00:07:08,521 ♪ 180 00:07:14,778 --> 00:07:16,779 Welcome back. 181 00:07:16,781 --> 00:07:19,882 Now, when my producers suggested I conduct a ride-along 182 00:07:19,884 --> 00:07:22,885 with Hawaii's elite task force, Five-O, 183 00:07:22,887 --> 00:07:25,054 I thought we'd be breaking up bar fights 184 00:07:25,056 --> 00:07:27,523 or maybe busting shoplifters. 185 00:07:27,525 --> 00:07:29,291 I had no idea we'd be 186 00:07:29,293 --> 00:07:31,727 standing over a dead body in an alley. 187 00:07:31,729 --> 00:07:33,362 And to top it all off, 188 00:07:33,364 --> 00:07:36,682 they can't tell if the victim is a man or a woman. 189 00:07:36,684 --> 00:07:38,767 I have to tell you, if this is a typical day 190 00:07:38,769 --> 00:07:42,538 at the office for these guys, I am so glad I'm not a cop. 191 00:07:42,540 --> 00:07:44,323 Let's take a look. 192 00:07:45,826 --> 00:07:48,911 No blood trail indicates this was most likely a body dump. 193 00:07:48,913 --> 00:07:51,497 Savannah, M.E.'s office. 194 00:07:54,618 --> 00:07:56,468 Okay, let's go. 195 00:07:59,689 --> 00:08:01,340 That is Dr. Max Bergman. 196 00:08:01,342 --> 00:08:03,342 He's a medical examiner with the City of Honolulu. 197 00:08:03,344 --> 00:08:05,678 His job is to examine the body for cause of death 198 00:08:05,680 --> 00:08:07,830 and search for physical clues left behind by the killer. 199 00:08:07,832 --> 00:08:09,748 Let's talk to him. 200 00:08:11,134 --> 00:08:12,401 Dr. Bergman. 201 00:08:12,403 --> 00:08:13,435 I'm... 202 00:08:13,437 --> 00:08:14,854 Oh, Savannah Walker! 203 00:08:14,856 --> 00:08:17,106 I know who you are. You do? 204 00:08:17,108 --> 00:08:19,141 I find your show to be quite inspiring. 205 00:08:19,143 --> 00:08:20,442 Really? 206 00:08:20,444 --> 00:08:21,777 Yes, I mean, y-your compelling interviews, 207 00:08:21,779 --> 00:08:23,445 your self-improvement segments, 208 00:08:23,447 --> 00:08:26,015 your unusual foray into pop culture. 209 00:08:26,017 --> 00:08:28,083 It's-it's quite inspirational. 210 00:08:28,085 --> 00:08:30,119 Wow, you really are a fan. 211 00:08:30,121 --> 00:08:32,504 Yes, I mean, I wake up at 5:00 a.m. each morning 212 00:08:32,506 --> 00:08:34,540 so I can catch the live feed from the mainland. 213 00:08:34,542 --> 00:08:36,008 I got hooked on to your show 214 00:08:36,010 --> 00:08:37,509 during my undergrad years at Arizona State. 215 00:08:37,511 --> 00:08:39,261 Uh, uh, and the Christmas segment 216 00:08:39,263 --> 00:08:41,931 where you did the reenactment of, uh, the birth of Jesus 217 00:08:41,933 --> 00:08:43,365 and the camel kept on licking the baby-- oh, my God. 218 00:08:43,367 --> 00:08:45,434 It had me in stitches! 219 00:08:45,436 --> 00:08:47,353 Not literally, but metaphorically. 220 00:08:47,355 --> 00:08:49,104 Well, uh, A.S.U., I understand, 221 00:08:49,106 --> 00:08:50,539 has an incredible life sciences program. 222 00:08:50,541 --> 00:08:52,074 Oh, it's exceptional. 223 00:08:52,076 --> 00:08:53,442 But, uh, it's-it's the party scene-- 224 00:08:53,444 --> 00:08:55,027 that's the reason why I went there. 225 00:08:55,029 --> 00:08:56,528 It's off the hook. 226 00:08:56,530 --> 00:08:59,448 Not many people know this, but, uh, in my frat house, 227 00:08:59,450 --> 00:09:02,401 I was referred to as "Beerman" instead of Bergman. 228 00:09:02,403 --> 00:09:04,987 Oh, my God, I can't believe I'm talking to you right now! 229 00:09:06,240 --> 00:09:08,490 I'm thrilled to meet you, too. 230 00:09:10,044 --> 00:09:12,962 Um, listen, Dr. Bergman, I'm wondering, you know, 231 00:09:12,964 --> 00:09:15,664 since you're such a... a faithful viewer, 232 00:09:15,666 --> 00:09:19,885 if I might not ask you for a little favor. 233 00:09:19,887 --> 00:09:23,672 Of course. 234 00:09:25,759 --> 00:09:28,677 On close examination, victim is male, Caucasian. 235 00:09:28,679 --> 00:09:30,479 Face desecrated beyond recognition. 236 00:09:30,481 --> 00:09:33,565 Lower arms exhibit significant trauma, 237 00:09:33,567 --> 00:09:34,867 with both hands 238 00:09:34,869 --> 00:09:37,069 appearing to be severed above the wrist. 239 00:09:38,155 --> 00:09:40,222 Liver temp indicates our victim 240 00:09:40,224 --> 00:09:42,441 was murdered eight to ten hours ago. 241 00:09:42,443 --> 00:09:44,994 Killer must have hacked up the body to prevent I.D. 242 00:09:44,996 --> 00:09:47,079 It's a pro move. 243 00:09:48,932 --> 00:09:50,416 Max, what is that? 244 00:09:50,418 --> 00:09:52,368 What? 245 00:09:52,370 --> 00:09:54,136 There's a camera on your shirt, Max. 246 00:09:54,138 --> 00:09:55,254 Oh, this camera. 247 00:09:55,256 --> 00:09:58,707 Nice try. 248 00:09:59,843 --> 00:10:01,377 Uh-oh. 249 00:10:01,379 --> 00:10:02,394 Is this yours? 250 00:10:02,396 --> 00:10:04,680 Yeah. 251 00:10:04,682 --> 00:10:06,465 Sorry. This was not part of the agreement. 252 00:10:06,467 --> 00:10:09,184 Well, it's called "investigative reporting," Commander. 253 00:10:09,186 --> 00:10:10,803 Oh, that's what it's called when you interview 254 00:10:10,805 --> 00:10:12,554 chefs and celebrities, huh? 255 00:10:12,556 --> 00:10:14,657 This is not 60 Minutes. Hold on. 256 00:10:14,659 --> 00:10:16,058 For your information, 257 00:10:16,060 --> 00:10:17,676 I have a degree in journalism from Northwestern. 258 00:10:17,678 --> 00:10:19,945 Your professors must be very proud. 259 00:10:21,764 --> 00:10:24,033 Let's erase that. 260 00:10:24,035 --> 00:10:25,567 Savannah, behind you. 261 00:10:25,569 --> 00:10:28,871 Officer, can I ask you a few questions, please? 262 00:10:28,873 --> 00:10:30,406 The victim has yet to be identified. 263 00:10:30,408 --> 00:10:31,606 Do you have any suspects? 264 00:10:31,608 --> 00:10:32,741 Not at this time. 265 00:10:32,743 --> 00:10:33,792 Now, if you'll excuse me... 266 00:10:33,794 --> 00:10:35,361 Wait, if I could just get a name. 267 00:10:35,363 --> 00:10:36,495 Hey! 268 00:10:36,497 --> 00:10:38,080 Hey, guys! It's Wo Fat! 269 00:10:38,082 --> 00:10:40,249 Savannah, get down! 270 00:10:55,682 --> 00:10:57,900 Did you get that? 271 00:10:57,902 --> 00:10:59,785 Please tell me you got that. Duke, call it in. 272 00:10:59,787 --> 00:11:01,153 Get a bird in the air now. 273 00:11:01,155 --> 00:11:04,323 Wo Fat is not leaving this island. 274 00:11:12,725 --> 00:11:14,125 Who is Wo Fat? 275 00:11:14,127 --> 00:11:16,744 Wo Fat is a ruthless son of a bitch. 276 00:11:16,746 --> 00:11:18,963 W... Wait, can I say that on TV? 277 00:11:18,965 --> 00:11:20,648 You already did. 278 00:11:20,650 --> 00:11:22,784 Wo Fat is a global terrorist. 279 00:11:22,786 --> 00:11:24,919 He tortured and murdered innocent people. 280 00:11:24,921 --> 00:11:27,338 He supplies arms to our country's enemies. 281 00:11:27,340 --> 00:11:29,507 He's a true sociopath. 282 00:11:29,509 --> 00:11:32,176 He's devoid of any morals... 283 00:11:32,178 --> 00:11:34,345 or scruples. 284 00:11:34,347 --> 00:11:37,832 Seems like there's... more to this guy. 285 00:11:37,834 --> 00:11:40,051 What aren't you telling us? 286 00:11:44,474 --> 00:11:47,992 Wo Fat was the man behind the murder of John McGarrett. 287 00:11:47,994 --> 00:11:49,894 Steve's father. 288 00:11:49,896 --> 00:11:51,796 He would've killed Steve's mother, too, 289 00:11:51,798 --> 00:11:53,815 if given the opportunity. 290 00:11:53,817 --> 00:11:56,534 So what you're saying is that capturing Wo Fat 291 00:11:56,536 --> 00:11:57,985 is personal for Steve? 292 00:11:57,987 --> 00:11:59,871 That's the way this job is. 293 00:11:59,873 --> 00:12:03,157 Sometimes it crosses over into the personal. 294 00:12:03,159 --> 00:12:06,744 Has it ever gotten personal for you? 295 00:12:11,634 --> 00:12:13,835 Yes. 296 00:12:15,671 --> 00:12:18,706 Sadly, after this interview, I learned that Lieutenant Kelly 297 00:12:18,708 --> 00:12:22,610 lost someone very dear to him, his wife, Malia, 298 00:12:22,612 --> 00:12:25,596 as a direct result of a Five-O investigation. 299 00:12:25,598 --> 00:12:28,649 Now, out of respect, I won't go into further detail, 300 00:12:28,651 --> 00:12:31,486 but what I will tell you is that despite their personal losses, 301 00:12:31,488 --> 00:12:33,988 Five-O has forged an incredible bond, 302 00:12:33,990 --> 00:12:35,556 one akin to family, 303 00:12:35,558 --> 00:12:38,726 or what the locals refer to as "'ohana." 304 00:12:41,947 --> 00:12:44,615 Now, what if I was to tell you that we-- 305 00:12:44,617 --> 00:12:46,451 and by "we" I mean this show-- 306 00:12:46,453 --> 00:12:49,420 had a direct hand in helping this investigation? 307 00:12:49,422 --> 00:12:53,958 To explain how, let's meet Officer Kono Kalakaua. 308 00:12:53,960 --> 00:12:57,244 Kono grew up on the North Shore of O'ahu 309 00:12:57,246 --> 00:13:00,348 and spent the early part of her life as a professional surfer. 310 00:13:00,350 --> 00:13:02,967 Now, when a knee injury sidelined her career, 311 00:13:02,969 --> 00:13:05,870 she followed in the footsteps of her cousin, Chin Ho Kelly, 312 00:13:05,872 --> 00:13:08,172 and joined the ranks of law enforcement. 313 00:13:08,174 --> 00:13:10,808 A skilled sniper and martial artist, 314 00:13:10,810 --> 00:13:13,895 Kono explains here how Five-O uses technology 315 00:13:13,897 --> 00:13:16,397 to help solve crimes. 316 00:13:16,399 --> 00:13:18,282 In a lot of cases, we use public surveillance cameras 317 00:13:18,284 --> 00:13:21,435 because they allow us to capture evidence of criminal activity. 318 00:13:21,437 --> 00:13:23,538 However, this case was a little different because we had 319 00:13:23,540 --> 00:13:25,373 your crew tagging along with us the whole time, 320 00:13:25,375 --> 00:13:28,609 so what we did was we took the video you shot and enhanced it 321 00:13:28,611 --> 00:13:31,179 in order to get a better look at our suspect, Wo Fat. 322 00:13:31,181 --> 00:13:34,782 When you say "enhanced," what do you mean exactly? 323 00:13:34,784 --> 00:13:37,385 Uh, well, Five-O is, um, equipped 324 00:13:37,387 --> 00:13:39,420 with the latest in digital forensic hardware, 325 00:13:39,422 --> 00:13:43,057 which allows us to improve image quality by manipulating zoom, 326 00:13:43,059 --> 00:13:45,393 frame rate, um, angle, 327 00:13:45,395 --> 00:13:47,895 uh, at the same time increasing resolution. 328 00:13:47,897 --> 00:13:50,431 Wow. Who on the Five-O team 329 00:13:50,433 --> 00:13:53,267 is well-versed in all this high-tech wizardry? 330 00:13:53,269 --> 00:13:56,070 Uh, that would be me. 331 00:13:56,072 --> 00:13:59,640 How on earth did you get so tech-savvy? 332 00:13:59,642 --> 00:14:01,075 Xbox. 333 00:14:03,446 --> 00:14:06,314 Here he is over the body 334 00:14:06,316 --> 00:14:08,449 when we arrived on-scene. 335 00:14:11,086 --> 00:14:13,487 What is Wo Fat looking for? 336 00:14:13,489 --> 00:14:15,423 And why show up posing as a cop? 337 00:14:15,425 --> 00:14:17,625 My guess is he heard about the murder after the fact; 338 00:14:17,627 --> 00:14:18,993 shows up wearing the uniform 339 00:14:18,995 --> 00:14:21,095 so he can get access to the crime scene. 340 00:14:21,097 --> 00:14:23,297 Which would mean that Wo Fat's not the killer. 341 00:14:23,299 --> 00:14:26,567 Okay, fine. Why's he so interested in our John Doe? 342 00:14:29,138 --> 00:14:32,557 Oh, welcome. Please, come in, come in. 343 00:14:32,559 --> 00:14:35,860 Ms. Walker, so good to see you again. 344 00:14:35,862 --> 00:14:38,512 Billy, Todd, always a pleasure. 345 00:14:38,514 --> 00:14:40,398 Where are your glasses, Max? 346 00:14:40,400 --> 00:14:41,983 Oh, I'm wearing contacts. 347 00:14:41,985 --> 00:14:44,719 Uh, they don't respond to indoor precipitation 348 00:14:44,721 --> 00:14:46,037 like my spectacles do. 349 00:14:46,039 --> 00:14:48,523 Uh-huh. Is that gel in your hair? 350 00:14:48,525 --> 00:14:51,158 Thank you for noticing, Detective. 351 00:14:52,828 --> 00:14:55,463 Huh. Lost him to Hollywood. 352 00:14:55,465 --> 00:14:56,914 Max. 353 00:14:56,916 --> 00:14:59,567 At your service. 354 00:14:59,569 --> 00:15:03,671 Okay. Were-were you any closer on an I.D. for the victim? 355 00:15:03,673 --> 00:15:05,640 Not yet. 356 00:15:05,642 --> 00:15:07,558 AFIS was out of the question 357 00:15:07,560 --> 00:15:09,560 because the victim's hands were removed. 358 00:15:09,562 --> 00:15:12,013 I did submit a DNA sample to CODIS, 359 00:15:12,015 --> 00:15:14,015 but the results came back negative. 360 00:15:14,017 --> 00:15:16,383 There were no matches in the missing persons database. 361 00:15:16,385 --> 00:15:19,820 However, I was able to confirm that the C.O.D.-- 362 00:15:19,822 --> 00:15:23,157 that's cause of death-- was indeed a shotgun wound. 363 00:15:23,159 --> 00:15:26,761 And upon closer examination, I noticed that the victim's skin 364 00:15:26,763 --> 00:15:29,330 was removed from the upper right arm 365 00:15:29,332 --> 00:15:31,749 in near-surgical precision. 366 00:15:31,751 --> 00:15:34,585 You mind stepping to your right a little bit? 367 00:15:34,587 --> 00:15:36,404 Yes, I mind. Beat it. Go away. 368 00:15:36,406 --> 00:15:38,039 What'd I tell you? Keep that camera out of my face. 369 00:15:38,041 --> 00:15:40,174 Get the hell out of here. 370 00:15:40,176 --> 00:15:43,010 In here. 371 00:15:43,012 --> 00:15:44,845 I told the investigators 372 00:15:44,847 --> 00:15:46,347 that the mutilation of the body 373 00:15:46,349 --> 00:15:49,083 was caused by a high-energy and blunt force trauma 374 00:15:49,085 --> 00:15:50,685 with an implement like a hammer. 375 00:15:50,687 --> 00:15:52,937 But also a portion of the skin was excised 376 00:15:52,939 --> 00:15:55,022 on the right upper limb between the elbow joint 377 00:15:55,024 --> 00:15:56,274 and the shoulder. 378 00:15:56,276 --> 00:15:58,192 What do you mean by "excised"? 379 00:15:58,194 --> 00:16:01,028 Well, the killer cut the skin off with a razor or a scalpel. 380 00:16:01,030 --> 00:16:03,564 Most likely, the missing part had an identifying mark, 381 00:16:03,566 --> 00:16:05,116 like a tattoo or a scar. 382 00:16:05,118 --> 00:16:07,451 So now what? How do you identify the victim? 383 00:16:07,453 --> 00:16:09,704 Well, shotgun pellets recovered from the victim may help. 384 00:16:09,706 --> 00:16:11,271 I sent them over to Fong. 385 00:16:11,273 --> 00:16:14,041 Fong? What's a Fong? 386 00:16:14,043 --> 00:16:16,477 I'm here with Charlie Fong, 387 00:16:16,479 --> 00:16:19,046 criminalist for the Honolulu Police Department. 388 00:16:19,048 --> 00:16:22,516 Now, Charlie, tell me, what does a criminalist do? 389 00:16:22,518 --> 00:16:25,720 Well, that can vary a lot from day to day. 390 00:16:25,722 --> 00:16:27,705 One day, I might get called to court, 391 00:16:27,707 --> 00:16:30,124 the next day, I could be running QC samples all day. 392 00:16:30,126 --> 00:16:31,492 Then there are other days when I'm... 393 00:16:31,494 --> 00:16:33,227 If you could sum it up in one sentence, 394 00:16:33,229 --> 00:16:35,596 what would it be? 395 00:16:35,598 --> 00:16:38,099 I analyze evidence to solve crimes. 396 00:16:38,101 --> 00:16:39,567 Wow. 397 00:16:39,569 --> 00:16:42,069 One sentence exactly; that was impressive. 398 00:16:42,071 --> 00:16:44,972 Precision. That's what my job is all about. 399 00:16:44,974 --> 00:16:46,507 Kind of like a quarterback 400 00:16:46,509 --> 00:16:48,075 throwing a perfect, chest-high spiral. 401 00:16:48,077 --> 00:16:49,977 If you're off even a little, 402 00:16:49,979 --> 00:16:52,747 well, it could cost you the ball game. 403 00:16:52,749 --> 00:16:55,950 Hmm. Now, do you ever get out in the field? 404 00:16:55,952 --> 00:16:57,484 On occasion. 405 00:16:57,486 --> 00:16:59,987 But solving crimes isn't all about getting shot at. 406 00:16:59,989 --> 00:17:02,540 Actually, most of the heavy lifting is done here 407 00:17:02,542 --> 00:17:03,924 behind a microscope. 408 00:17:03,926 --> 00:17:06,277 This is where the real action is. 409 00:17:06,279 --> 00:17:10,330 Wow, so you're like the brains behind Five-O. 410 00:17:10,332 --> 00:17:13,317 Well... there's no "I" in team, 411 00:17:13,319 --> 00:17:15,519 but someone has to show them the way. 412 00:17:15,521 --> 00:17:18,305 Well, I understand that Dr. Max Bergman sent over 413 00:17:18,307 --> 00:17:20,358 some shotgun pellets to analyze. 414 00:17:20,360 --> 00:17:23,227 What have you come up with? 415 00:17:24,846 --> 00:17:26,680 Nothing yet. 416 00:17:31,019 --> 00:17:32,370 Hey, guys. 417 00:17:32,372 --> 00:17:34,354 So, Danny was right about our M.O. 418 00:17:34,356 --> 00:17:35,856 This was the work of a pro. 419 00:17:35,858 --> 00:17:37,524 It's a Russian mob out of Kansas City. 420 00:17:37,526 --> 00:17:40,127 So I contacted the KCPD Organized Crime Bureau, 421 00:17:40,129 --> 00:17:43,130 and apparently hacking up enemies is a local specialty. 422 00:17:43,132 --> 00:17:46,000 All right, look, we need to get a list of possible associates, 423 00:17:46,002 --> 00:17:48,069 uh, anybody traveling from over there with an alias. 424 00:17:48,071 --> 00:17:49,336 Right. 425 00:17:49,338 --> 00:17:52,039 It's already done. Dimitri Markov. 426 00:17:52,041 --> 00:17:54,392 Flew in two days ago. 427 00:17:54,394 --> 00:17:56,410 Checked into the Grand Kuali'i in Waikiki. 428 00:17:56,412 --> 00:17:58,112 Come on. Let's check it out. 429 00:17:58,114 --> 00:18:00,714 Ladies and gentlemen, lunch is served. 430 00:18:00,716 --> 00:18:02,950 Uh, looks amazing, but listen, big guy. 431 00:18:02,952 --> 00:18:04,718 We got to rain-check this, all right? 432 00:18:04,720 --> 00:18:07,721 Don't worry. Flippa can doggy-bag that for you. 433 00:18:07,723 --> 00:18:11,692 All of Kamekona shrimp truck meals travel exceptionally well, 434 00:18:11,694 --> 00:18:16,247 and at only $9.99 per plate, easy on the wallet, too. 435 00:18:16,249 --> 00:18:17,498 Super tasty grinz anyone? 436 00:18:17,500 --> 00:18:19,083 Hey, hey, hey. What are you doing? 437 00:18:19,085 --> 00:18:21,102 Product placement, brah. 438 00:18:21,104 --> 00:18:22,636 And for today only, 439 00:18:22,638 --> 00:18:25,773 anyone mentioning The Savannah Walker Show 440 00:18:25,775 --> 00:18:27,908 gets 50% off. 441 00:18:27,910 --> 00:18:29,894 That's half price. You know, this, uh... 442 00:18:29,896 --> 00:18:31,712 doesn't actually go on the TV today. 443 00:18:31,714 --> 00:18:32,913 It airs another day. 444 00:18:32,915 --> 00:18:34,515 You gonna honor this thing, uh... 445 00:18:34,517 --> 00:18:36,717 you know, on that day as well? 446 00:18:40,123 --> 00:18:41,489 Looks like a yes. 447 00:18:41,491 --> 00:18:43,557 Thank you. 448 00:18:48,281 --> 00:18:50,764 Whatever our vic was involved in, it was important enough 449 00:18:50,766 --> 00:18:52,900 to get the attention of a couple of heavyweights 450 00:18:52,902 --> 00:18:55,035 like the Russian mob and Wo Fat, all right? 451 00:18:55,037 --> 00:18:57,872 If the KC mob sent Markov down here to whack our guy, 452 00:18:57,874 --> 00:18:59,606 he would've left, he wouldn't have stuck around. 453 00:18:59,608 --> 00:19:01,742 I agree, but the motel says he hasn't checked out yet. 454 00:19:01,744 --> 00:19:03,494 Doesn't make sense. Guy comes down here, kills somebody 455 00:19:03,496 --> 00:19:04,795 and sticks around for a tan? No sense. 456 00:19:04,797 --> 00:19:06,797 Doesn't sound very "pro" to me. 457 00:19:06,799 --> 00:19:09,467 Okay, let me get this straight-- this is Detective Williams' car, 458 00:19:09,469 --> 00:19:11,669 but Commander McGarrett does all the driving? 459 00:19:11,671 --> 00:19:13,420 It's 'cause I'm the better driver. 460 00:19:13,422 --> 00:19:15,422 He's a control freak. That's why he drives. 461 00:19:15,424 --> 00:19:17,224 And he's got issues with, uh, the truth. 462 00:19:17,226 --> 00:19:19,226 Okay. Why don't you tell her 463 00:19:19,228 --> 00:19:21,061 about the remote control thing you got? 464 00:19:21,063 --> 00:19:22,229 What remote control thing? 465 00:19:22,231 --> 00:19:23,797 The thing where you come to my house 466 00:19:23,799 --> 00:19:25,850 and you grab the clicker and you got to be in charge 467 00:19:25,852 --> 00:19:27,735 and you got to pick which TV station we watch. 468 00:19:27,737 --> 00:19:29,470 Okay, the way I was brought up... Uh-huh. 469 00:19:29,472 --> 00:19:30,938 it's polite to let the guest choose Oh. 470 00:19:30,940 --> 00:19:32,273 what you're gonna watch on TV, all right? 471 00:19:32,275 --> 00:19:33,741 Okay. Fair enough. What about having to be 472 00:19:33,743 --> 00:19:35,276 first through every single door? 473 00:19:35,278 --> 00:19:37,077 Or having the last word every conversation? 474 00:19:37,079 --> 00:19:39,830 Or picking where I eat lunch every single day? You. Why? 475 00:19:39,832 --> 00:19:42,650 What-what does Emily Post have to say about that? 476 00:19:42,652 --> 00:19:44,585 Hmm? - I'm not gonna-- I mean, you're indecisive. 477 00:19:44,587 --> 00:19:46,170 I can't help it if you're indecisive. 478 00:19:46,172 --> 00:19:47,922 I'm not indecisive. You're a control freak. 479 00:19:47,924 --> 00:19:51,509 These two fight, but really... they love each other. 480 00:19:51,511 --> 00:19:53,210 Where do you want to go for lunch today? 481 00:19:53,212 --> 00:19:54,812 I'll go wherever you want to go. 482 00:19:54,814 --> 00:19:56,263 Oh, my God. See? 483 00:20:04,172 --> 00:20:06,840 We're here at the Grand Kuali'i, 484 00:20:06,842 --> 00:20:09,393 where we believe our suspect, the Russian mobster 485 00:20:09,395 --> 00:20:10,811 Dimitri Markov, is staying. 486 00:20:10,813 --> 00:20:12,396 You stay here, you understand? 487 00:20:12,398 --> 00:20:15,032 You don't go any further than this. 488 00:20:18,486 --> 00:20:20,688 Five-O! 489 00:20:24,292 --> 00:20:25,826 Go, go, go. 490 00:20:25,828 --> 00:20:27,878 Clear left. 491 00:20:27,880 --> 00:20:29,730 Clear here. 492 00:20:29,732 --> 00:20:31,715 Where the hell is this guy? 493 00:20:31,717 --> 00:20:33,617 To your right, to your right. 494 00:20:33,619 --> 00:20:35,569 Those look like surveillance photos. 495 00:20:35,571 --> 00:20:36,921 Hey! what'd I just tell you? 496 00:20:36,923 --> 00:20:38,889 I told you to wait back there, didn't I? 497 00:20:38,891 --> 00:20:41,842 Over there. He's the one they're looking for. 498 00:20:41,844 --> 00:20:42,910 Commander, he's over here. 499 00:20:42,912 --> 00:20:44,211 What? What? The suspect. 500 00:20:44,213 --> 00:20:45,679 That's the suspect. 501 00:20:45,681 --> 00:20:47,848 Hey, Dimitri Markov, let me see your hands. Now! 502 00:20:47,850 --> 00:20:50,184 Show me your hands. 503 00:20:50,186 --> 00:20:52,419 Hey! Freeze! 504 00:20:52,421 --> 00:20:54,521 I said hold it right there! 505 00:20:59,894 --> 00:21:02,329 Did he really just do that? 506 00:21:02,331 --> 00:21:04,915 Welcome to my world. 507 00:21:36,485 --> 00:21:39,037 Steve? 508 00:21:45,494 --> 00:21:48,297 What's he saying? 509 00:21:48,299 --> 00:21:49,882 Not much. He's, uh... 510 00:21:49,884 --> 00:21:51,800 he's claiming he's never heard of Wo Fat. 511 00:21:51,802 --> 00:21:54,303 He did admit to stalking the victim, but he won't I.D. him, 512 00:21:54,305 --> 00:21:56,104 and he certainly won't cop to the murder. 513 00:21:56,106 --> 00:21:58,673 That doesn't surprise me, 'cause he's not our guy. 514 00:22:00,009 --> 00:22:03,312 Now, you guys know what an alibi is, right? 515 00:22:03,314 --> 00:22:05,314 I know you know. 516 00:22:05,316 --> 00:22:07,316 It's when you tell your wife you've been working all weekend, 517 00:22:07,318 --> 00:22:09,351 but you're really out playing golf with your boys. 518 00:22:10,371 --> 00:22:11,371 Right? We've all done it. 519 00:22:11,372 --> 00:22:12,704 But in this case, 520 00:22:12,706 --> 00:22:15,157 the Russian hit man had a great alibi, 521 00:22:15,159 --> 00:22:17,409 because two security cameras put him all the way 522 00:22:17,411 --> 00:22:20,362 on the North Shore at the time the murder took place. 523 00:22:20,364 --> 00:22:23,765 But Five-O still thought he was a piece of the puzzle 524 00:22:23,767 --> 00:22:25,467 because of these. You remember these? 525 00:22:26,971 --> 00:22:29,037 The photos they found at Markov's motel room? 526 00:22:29,039 --> 00:22:32,841 Well, it turns out that these photos were of the victim. 527 00:22:42,686 --> 00:22:44,686 So, I ran facial recognition on those surveillance photos 528 00:22:44,688 --> 00:22:46,554 and got a hit to a Roger Carson. 529 00:22:46,556 --> 00:22:48,690 There's not a lot on him in the system, 530 00:22:48,692 --> 00:22:51,260 but he rents an apartment here, so I sent a unit by. 531 00:22:51,262 --> 00:22:52,861 They said they saw signs of forced entry, 532 00:22:52,863 --> 00:22:55,080 so they sat on the place until we got here. 533 00:22:55,082 --> 00:22:57,733 Five-O! 534 00:23:06,593 --> 00:23:07,943 Clear! 535 00:23:07,945 --> 00:23:09,378 Clear! 536 00:23:10,914 --> 00:23:12,848 It's an Easter egg hunt. 537 00:23:12,850 --> 00:23:14,983 Well, somebody was looking for something. 538 00:23:16,420 --> 00:23:18,303 Could have been Markov before we grabbed him. 539 00:23:18,305 --> 00:23:19,921 Could have been Wo Fat. 540 00:23:19,923 --> 00:23:22,274 Or our butcher. 541 00:23:22,276 --> 00:23:23,758 Kono, what do you got? 542 00:23:23,760 --> 00:23:25,527 Ran our vic's credit cards. 543 00:23:25,529 --> 00:23:28,063 Roger Carson checked into the Waikiki Sun Motel 544 00:23:28,065 --> 00:23:30,148 by the airport 36 hours ago. 545 00:23:30,150 --> 00:23:32,150 That's only a couple miles from here. 546 00:23:32,152 --> 00:23:34,602 Why would he need a second place so close to home? 547 00:23:34,604 --> 00:23:37,439 Manager said he checked in with a woman. 548 00:23:43,913 --> 00:23:45,914 Roger? Is that you? 549 00:23:45,916 --> 00:23:47,382 Ma'am, it's Five-O. 550 00:23:47,384 --> 00:23:49,968 Ma'am, if you'd open the door, please. 551 00:23:51,220 --> 00:23:52,620 How you doing? 552 00:23:52,622 --> 00:23:54,806 I'm, uh, Commander Steve McGarrett. 553 00:23:54,808 --> 00:23:56,475 This is Detective Danny Williams. 554 00:23:56,477 --> 00:23:57,926 What's your name? 555 00:23:57,928 --> 00:23:59,261 Kammie Leeds. 556 00:23:59,263 --> 00:24:01,563 Miss Leeds, how do you know Roger Carson? 557 00:24:01,565 --> 00:24:04,149 He's my boyfriend. 558 00:24:05,685 --> 00:24:08,070 Oh, my God, something bad's happened, hasn't it? 559 00:24:08,072 --> 00:24:10,689 May we come in, please? 560 00:24:13,743 --> 00:24:16,328 You guys stay here. 561 00:24:18,481 --> 00:24:20,866 Miss Leeds... 562 00:24:50,514 --> 00:24:53,148 Okay, get out of here. I mean it, get out of here. 563 00:24:53,150 --> 00:24:54,616 Hey! Hey! 564 00:24:57,154 --> 00:24:58,820 Commander, can you share with us 565 00:24:58,822 --> 00:25:00,238 what the victim's girlfriend had to say? 566 00:25:00,240 --> 00:25:01,773 Couple days ago, they came home, 567 00:25:01,775 --> 00:25:03,291 and they found their apartment tossed. 568 00:25:03,293 --> 00:25:05,093 Carson said it was a robbery. 569 00:25:05,095 --> 00:25:07,412 He moved her in here, and then he disappeared. 570 00:25:07,414 --> 00:25:08,897 Does it get to you? 571 00:25:08,899 --> 00:25:10,532 Excuse me? 572 00:25:10,534 --> 00:25:12,834 Having to inform a loved one about a death. 573 00:25:12,836 --> 00:25:14,252 It's difficult. 574 00:25:14,254 --> 00:25:15,871 You're delivering the worst information 575 00:25:15,873 --> 00:25:17,255 anybody's ever gonna tell them, 576 00:25:17,257 --> 00:25:19,174 and you're about to change their life forever 577 00:25:19,176 --> 00:25:20,559 with that information. 578 00:25:20,561 --> 00:25:22,094 How do you cope with that? 579 00:25:22,096 --> 00:25:23,711 You don't cope with it. 580 00:25:23,713 --> 00:25:26,047 You use it to keep going. 581 00:25:26,049 --> 00:25:29,601 I wasn't comfortable pressing Commander McGarrett 582 00:25:29,603 --> 00:25:33,355 for more information at such a clearly sensitive time. 583 00:25:33,357 --> 00:25:36,758 But later, I was told that the victim's girlfriend, 584 00:25:36,760 --> 00:25:38,944 when shown an autopsy photo, 585 00:25:38,946 --> 00:25:41,763 pointed out that the skin removed from Roger's arm 586 00:25:41,765 --> 00:25:45,617 was right where he had a tattoo. 587 00:25:45,619 --> 00:25:49,571 For some reason, the killer wanted it. 588 00:25:49,573 --> 00:25:51,206 Yeah, I remember that guy. 589 00:25:51,208 --> 00:25:52,908 Came in for a custom job. 590 00:25:52,910 --> 00:25:54,576 What kind of custom job? 591 00:25:54,578 --> 00:25:55,944 Some sort of mythical thing. 592 00:25:55,946 --> 00:25:57,345 Like a goddess. 593 00:25:57,347 --> 00:25:59,598 Look at all these photos on the wall. 594 00:25:59,600 --> 00:26:01,383 You take a picture of the goddess? 595 00:26:01,385 --> 00:26:03,635 Yeah, I wanted to; piece came out real tight. 596 00:26:03,637 --> 00:26:05,587 But dude was all cagey about it. 597 00:26:05,589 --> 00:26:06,955 Wouldn't let me. 598 00:26:06,957 --> 00:26:08,390 What about the stencil paper 599 00:26:08,392 --> 00:26:09,808 you use as a template in the beginning? 600 00:26:09,810 --> 00:26:11,143 You, uh... you got that? 601 00:26:11,145 --> 00:26:13,261 No, I already gave that to the other cop. 602 00:26:13,263 --> 00:26:14,929 Wait. What other cop? 603 00:26:14,931 --> 00:26:17,149 He came in this morning asking about the same customer. 604 00:26:17,151 --> 00:26:18,567 Is this the cop? 605 00:26:18,569 --> 00:26:20,202 Yeah, brah, that's him. 606 00:26:20,204 --> 00:26:22,003 All right, you got cameras in here, or what? 607 00:26:22,005 --> 00:26:23,321 Yeah, right there. 608 00:26:23,323 --> 00:26:24,790 Does it work? Yeah. 609 00:26:24,792 --> 00:26:26,208 How far back's it go? 610 00:26:26,210 --> 00:26:27,659 Uh, we clear the disks every week. 611 00:26:27,661 --> 00:26:29,411 Want to take a look? Yeah, we do. 612 00:26:29,413 --> 00:26:32,314 All right. 613 00:26:32,316 --> 00:26:34,782 There. That's the artwork for the tattoo. 614 00:26:34,784 --> 00:26:37,519 Kono, uh, can you isolate that image? 615 00:26:39,622 --> 00:26:41,189 Uh, Chin, what do you think? 616 00:26:41,191 --> 00:26:43,675 Well, the way she's emerging from the stream-- 617 00:26:43,677 --> 00:26:45,727 almost like she's made of water-- 618 00:26:45,729 --> 00:26:48,413 makes me think of Kalawahine. 619 00:26:48,415 --> 00:26:50,982 Ka... That's crazy. I was gonna say the same exact thing. 620 00:26:50,984 --> 00:26:53,985 Yeah, she's an ancient goddess. 621 00:26:53,987 --> 00:26:56,771 Protector of all the water sources in the Ko'olau Valley, 622 00:26:56,773 --> 00:26:58,773 formed by a mountain range on the leeward coast. 623 00:26:58,775 --> 00:27:02,160 Hold on. Steve, look at this. 624 00:27:02,162 --> 00:27:04,145 Looks like there's a pattern or something 625 00:27:04,147 --> 00:27:05,664 in the bottom of the skirt. 626 00:27:05,666 --> 00:27:07,582 You see that? 627 00:27:07,584 --> 00:27:10,302 And it looks the same as one of these trails. 628 00:27:10,304 --> 00:27:11,970 He's right. Check it out. 629 00:27:11,972 --> 00:27:13,338 Kono, can you, uh... 630 00:27:13,340 --> 00:27:14,706 can you overlay this-this trail pattern, 631 00:27:14,708 --> 00:27:16,324 uh, and the image of the tattoo? 632 00:27:26,436 --> 00:27:29,337 Well, that is not just a tattoo. 633 00:27:29,339 --> 00:27:31,773 Then what is it? 634 00:27:31,775 --> 00:27:34,042 It's a map. 635 00:27:42,707 --> 00:27:47,264 Now, most guys get a tattoo of a dragon or barbed wire 636 00:27:47,289 --> 00:27:48,829 or their girlfriend's name. 637 00:27:48,830 --> 00:27:50,764 But not Roger Carson. 638 00:27:50,765 --> 00:27:54,100 His tattoo was of a very specific area of O'ahu 639 00:27:54,102 --> 00:27:56,069 called the Ko'olau Valley. 640 00:27:56,071 --> 00:28:00,573 And the question Five-O was asking: what did it mean? 641 00:28:00,575 --> 00:28:03,776 The only reason I can think of why anybody would tattoo a map 642 00:28:03,778 --> 00:28:05,662 onto their body is to hide something valuable 643 00:28:05,664 --> 00:28:07,280 and not forget where it is, right? 644 00:28:07,282 --> 00:28:09,616 Well, whatever our vic stashed, it was valuable enough 645 00:28:09,618 --> 00:28:11,184 for a Russian mobster and Wo Fat 646 00:28:11,186 --> 00:28:13,152 to come out of the woodwork looking for it. 647 00:28:13,154 --> 00:28:14,537 And don't forget about our killer. 648 00:28:14,539 --> 00:28:16,039 He was the first one to get to Carson. 649 00:28:16,041 --> 00:28:17,674 He knew about the map, he hacked up our vic, 650 00:28:17,676 --> 00:28:19,258 then cut the tattoo off his arm. 651 00:28:19,260 --> 00:28:20,660 Well, if our killer has the map, 652 00:28:20,662 --> 00:28:22,261 then maybe this is where he's headed next. 653 00:28:22,263 --> 00:28:23,963 Okay, there's only one problem, 654 00:28:23,965 --> 00:28:25,531 'cause there's 45 trails stretched out 655 00:28:25,533 --> 00:28:26,983 over 50 miles of terrain. 656 00:28:26,985 --> 00:28:30,269 So where do we start? 657 00:28:30,271 --> 00:28:32,305 To help Five-O figure it out, 658 00:28:32,307 --> 00:28:35,308 they enlisted the help of Lieutenant Catherine Rollins 659 00:28:35,310 --> 00:28:37,543 of Naval Intelligence. 660 00:28:37,545 --> 00:28:40,613 Um, uh, sometimes... 661 00:28:40,615 --> 00:28:42,532 well, actually, make that a lot of the times, 662 00:28:42,534 --> 00:28:44,517 Commander McGarrett will ask for my help. 663 00:28:44,519 --> 00:28:48,020 And he usually repays me in breakfast or dinner. 664 00:28:48,022 --> 00:28:50,523 It's kind of like a little game that we play. 665 00:28:50,525 --> 00:28:54,327 Using military resources to help a friend-- 666 00:28:54,329 --> 00:28:56,129 uh, isn't that risky? 667 00:28:56,131 --> 00:28:58,381 Uh, well, Steve and my C.O. go way back, 668 00:28:58,383 --> 00:29:00,366 so he cuts him some slack. 669 00:29:00,368 --> 00:29:02,335 What about you and Steve? 670 00:29:02,337 --> 00:29:04,754 Tell us about your history. 671 00:29:04,756 --> 00:29:07,590 Uh, we served in the military together. 672 00:29:07,592 --> 00:29:11,177 You're also his girlfriend, right? 673 00:29:14,047 --> 00:29:16,482 Uh, how is that relevant? 674 00:29:16,484 --> 00:29:20,153 Just, America wants to know. 675 00:29:20,155 --> 00:29:23,606 Well, that's none of America's business, so... 676 00:29:23,608 --> 00:29:26,359 Okay, um, well, what about this case? 677 00:29:26,361 --> 00:29:28,227 How did you help Steve? 678 00:29:28,229 --> 00:29:30,830 Well, he had asked me for some advanced satellite imagery 679 00:29:30,832 --> 00:29:33,166 of the Ko'olau Valley's trail system 680 00:29:33,168 --> 00:29:36,586 to help determine where his victim, Roger Carson, 681 00:29:36,588 --> 00:29:40,239 uh, might have hidden something. 682 00:29:40,241 --> 00:29:42,742 Should I take this off now? 683 00:29:42,744 --> 00:29:45,294 No? Sorry. Okay. 684 00:29:45,296 --> 00:29:47,346 Hey, Steve? Yeah. 685 00:29:47,348 --> 00:29:48,998 There's a Secret Service agent on the phone. 686 00:29:49,000 --> 00:29:52,351 He says he needs to talk to you right now. 687 00:29:52,353 --> 00:29:54,353 Commander McGarrett? 688 00:29:54,355 --> 00:29:55,855 Yes. 689 00:29:55,857 --> 00:29:58,091 I'm Special Agent Kershaw. We need to talk. 690 00:29:58,093 --> 00:30:00,026 Okay, well, Agent Kershaw, I'm in the middle 691 00:30:00,028 --> 00:30:01,894 of an active murder investigation. 692 00:30:01,896 --> 00:30:04,097 Your homicide is why I'm calling. 693 00:30:04,099 --> 00:30:06,632 This is a matter of national security, Commander. 694 00:30:06,634 --> 00:30:09,202 Can I be assured 695 00:30:09,204 --> 00:30:11,370 of the confidentiality of this conversation? 696 00:30:11,372 --> 00:30:13,072 Agent Kershaw, hold that thought for a second. 697 00:30:13,074 --> 00:30:14,841 I need you guys to shut this down right now, okay, 698 00:30:14,843 --> 00:30:16,959 and wait in my office. Right now, let's go. 699 00:30:16,961 --> 00:30:20,413 Later, Commander McGarrett was able to share 700 00:30:20,415 --> 00:30:22,298 with me what that call was about. 701 00:30:22,300 --> 00:30:25,384 It turns out, our victim's name wasn't Roger Carson, 702 00:30:25,386 --> 00:30:27,220 but Gary Ray Percy. 703 00:30:27,222 --> 00:30:31,040 And before Hawaii, he resided in Washington D.C., 704 00:30:31,042 --> 00:30:33,959 where he worked at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. 705 00:30:33,961 --> 00:30:36,846 That's right, where money is printed. 706 00:30:36,848 --> 00:30:39,182 And he was a well-trusted employee 707 00:30:39,184 --> 00:30:44,737 right up until he started taking his work home with him. 708 00:30:44,739 --> 00:30:47,073 Who's ever seen one of these? 709 00:30:47,075 --> 00:30:48,574 Couple of people? 710 00:30:48,576 --> 00:30:50,359 It's called a 3-D printer. 711 00:30:50,361 --> 00:30:53,863 Now, who's got a phone I can borrow? 712 00:30:53,865 --> 00:30:55,631 You guys are very generous. 713 00:30:55,633 --> 00:30:56,716 Thank you. 714 00:30:56,718 --> 00:30:58,317 I promise to return it. 715 00:30:58,319 --> 00:31:02,988 Now, I'm gonna show you just how easy this is. 716 00:31:02,990 --> 00:31:05,625 You put the phone here... 717 00:31:07,461 --> 00:31:10,012 ...turn the machine on, 718 00:31:10,014 --> 00:31:12,865 and the computer scans your item. 719 00:31:12,867 --> 00:31:16,118 And then... you have... 720 00:31:19,106 --> 00:31:23,776 ...an exact 3-D replica of your phone. 721 00:31:23,778 --> 00:31:25,444 Right? 722 00:31:25,446 --> 00:31:28,281 Now, imagine if you could use this machine 723 00:31:28,283 --> 00:31:32,485 to replicate the master plates for the U.S. $100 bill. 724 00:31:32,487 --> 00:31:34,520 That's what Mr. Percy did. 725 00:31:34,522 --> 00:31:37,406 He smuggled the 3-D printer into his office 726 00:31:37,408 --> 00:31:43,129 and made an exact replica of the U.S. $100 currency plates. 727 00:31:43,131 --> 00:31:44,764 Whoever tossed Percy's apartment must have thought 728 00:31:44,766 --> 00:31:46,532 that's where he was hiding the plates. 729 00:31:46,534 --> 00:31:48,868 Well, Agent Kershaw said there was a leak in his department, 730 00:31:48,870 --> 00:31:50,369 so I'm thinking that's how Wo Fat 731 00:31:50,371 --> 00:31:52,054 and the Russian mob got on to it. 732 00:31:52,056 --> 00:31:53,840 Either one of them could have been looking for those plates. 733 00:31:53,842 --> 00:31:55,391 Well, it definitely wasn't our killer. 734 00:31:55,393 --> 00:31:56,826 He knew the plates weren't there. 735 00:31:56,828 --> 00:31:58,311 He had inside information. 736 00:31:58,313 --> 00:31:59,595 He found out about the tattoo, 737 00:31:59,597 --> 00:32:01,214 killed Percy and cut it off his arm. 738 00:32:01,216 --> 00:32:02,849 Okay, well, there's only one person who knew Percy 739 00:32:02,851 --> 00:32:04,600 well enough to know about the tattoo 740 00:32:04,602 --> 00:32:06,218 and whether or not he could've been hiding something. 741 00:32:06,220 --> 00:32:08,053 I told you, I don't know. 742 00:32:08,055 --> 00:32:11,741 Roger never said anything about Washington D.C. 743 00:32:11,743 --> 00:32:13,142 or any currency plates. 744 00:32:13,144 --> 00:32:16,529 You mean Percy. Gary Ray Percy. 745 00:32:16,531 --> 00:32:19,532 Percy, Carson, Roger-- whatever you want to call him. 746 00:32:19,534 --> 00:32:23,336 He told me he used to sell big-ticket appliances in Denver. 747 00:32:23,338 --> 00:32:24,704 Washing machines, ranges, stoves. 748 00:32:24,706 --> 00:32:26,672 Oh, you believed that? 749 00:32:26,674 --> 00:32:28,090 I had no reason not to. 750 00:32:28,092 --> 00:32:29,575 Okay, well, here's our problem. 751 00:32:29,577 --> 00:32:31,777 Okay, we don't believe you, all right? 752 00:32:31,779 --> 00:32:33,713 So you either give us some better answers, 753 00:32:33,715 --> 00:32:35,214 or we're gonna release you from protective custody. 754 00:32:35,216 --> 00:32:37,099 Which I think would be a bad thing, 755 00:32:37,101 --> 00:32:39,352 'cause there's a psychopath out there hacking people up. 756 00:32:39,354 --> 00:32:40,770 Don't think you want that. 757 00:32:40,772 --> 00:32:43,422 Your choice. 758 00:32:43,424 --> 00:32:45,441 After our place was ransacked, 759 00:32:45,443 --> 00:32:49,395 Roger, my boyfriend, started acting all paranoid. 760 00:32:49,397 --> 00:32:51,764 I said, "Okay, we got burglarized. 761 00:32:51,766 --> 00:32:53,950 Let's just go to the cops." 762 00:32:53,952 --> 00:32:55,484 But he was all freaked out, 763 00:32:55,486 --> 00:32:57,787 and said he didn't want to involve the cops. 764 00:32:57,789 --> 00:32:59,739 So you went to the motel. 765 00:32:59,741 --> 00:33:01,574 What about this guy? 766 00:33:01,576 --> 00:33:03,910 You know this man? 767 00:33:03,912 --> 00:33:05,945 No. His name is Wo Fat. 768 00:33:05,947 --> 00:33:07,546 You've never met this guy? No. 769 00:33:07,548 --> 00:33:09,548 Okay, who'd you tell about the break-in? 770 00:33:09,550 --> 00:33:12,635 My brother, Tony. 771 00:33:12,637 --> 00:33:14,353 Tony. 772 00:33:14,355 --> 00:33:16,422 Tony own a shotgun? 773 00:33:16,424 --> 00:33:19,175 Think so. Why? 774 00:33:19,177 --> 00:33:22,261 Why? 'Cause it's the last thing your boyfriend saw. 775 00:33:22,263 --> 00:33:24,230 Recently paroled, 776 00:33:24,232 --> 00:33:25,982 Kammie's brother, Tony Leeds, 777 00:33:25,984 --> 00:33:29,018 had a long rap sheet and an extremely violent history. 778 00:33:29,020 --> 00:33:31,103 All right, I'm thinking Kammie confides in Tony, all right? 779 00:33:31,105 --> 00:33:33,940 Tells him about the break-in, about having to go on the run. 780 00:33:33,942 --> 00:33:36,442 And brother, being the criminal genius that he is, 781 00:33:36,444 --> 00:33:37,994 puts two and two together. 782 00:33:37,996 --> 00:33:40,446 Realizes Percy was in possession of something valuable. 783 00:33:40,448 --> 00:33:43,199 Exactly. Tony tracks down Percy, puts both barrels to his head, 784 00:33:43,201 --> 00:33:44,917 Percy starts talking, he tells him everything. 785 00:33:44,919 --> 00:33:46,686 Tells him about the currency plates, 786 00:33:46,688 --> 00:33:49,055 about the map tattoo, about the Russian stalking him. 787 00:33:49,057 --> 00:33:50,756 All right, and then Tony kills Percy, 788 00:33:50,758 --> 00:33:52,258 makes it look like a mob hit. 789 00:33:52,260 --> 00:33:53,826 That was to throw us off. 790 00:33:53,828 --> 00:33:55,528 Well, then he cuts the tattoo off Percy's arm 791 00:33:55,530 --> 00:33:57,596 so no one else can find it, and goes on a treasure hunt. 792 00:33:57,598 --> 00:33:59,065 Exactly but what Tony does not know is 793 00:33:59,067 --> 00:34:00,833 that Wo Fat is looking for the same plates. 794 00:34:00,835 --> 00:34:02,635 Steve? Yeah. 795 00:34:02,637 --> 00:34:04,487 Hey. So, I got those hi-res sat photos 796 00:34:04,489 --> 00:34:05,972 from the Ko'olau Valley trail system. 797 00:34:05,974 --> 00:34:07,690 Great. Take a look at this. 798 00:34:07,692 --> 00:34:10,175 All right, see those two trees there in the clearing? 799 00:34:10,177 --> 00:34:11,544 Uh-huh. 800 00:34:11,546 --> 00:34:12,979 They look just like our vic's tattoo. 801 00:34:12,981 --> 00:34:14,397 Where was this photo taken? 802 00:34:14,399 --> 00:34:15,898 A trail head at Waimona Ridge. 803 00:34:15,900 --> 00:34:17,450 You think that's where the plates are buried? 804 00:34:17,452 --> 00:34:20,569 If it is, that's where Tony's headed. 805 00:34:22,355 --> 00:34:24,457 Formed on Oahu's Leeward Coast, 806 00:34:24,459 --> 00:34:28,377 largely inaccessible by car, the Ko'olau Valley lies 807 00:34:28,379 --> 00:34:30,746 within the jagged remains of an ancient volcano. 808 00:34:30,748 --> 00:34:32,798 Home to a system of treacherous hiking trails 809 00:34:32,800 --> 00:34:35,885 that climb some 3,100 feet above sea level, 810 00:34:35,887 --> 00:34:39,889 it's easy to see why Gary Ray Percy chose this location 811 00:34:39,891 --> 00:34:44,326 to hide his copies of the $100 engraving plates. 812 00:35:07,034 --> 00:35:08,584 Right here. 813 00:35:08,586 --> 00:35:10,569 The GPS says this is the spot. 814 00:35:10,571 --> 00:35:12,671 Here are the two banyan trees, there's the mountain, 815 00:35:12,673 --> 00:35:14,373 just like the tattoo. 816 00:35:15,425 --> 00:35:18,461 Hey, you see this? 817 00:35:20,013 --> 00:35:22,715 Looks like it was just dug up. 818 00:35:22,717 --> 00:35:24,617 Guys, over here! 819 00:35:24,619 --> 00:35:27,219 I've got Tony. 820 00:35:33,543 --> 00:35:34,844 Whoa, whoa, you, stay back. 821 00:35:34,846 --> 00:35:37,646 You, hey, back it up. 822 00:35:39,649 --> 00:35:42,384 Plates are gone. 823 00:35:42,386 --> 00:35:44,436 Wo Fat must have tracked him here. 824 00:35:44,438 --> 00:35:46,105 The body's still warm. 825 00:35:46,107 --> 00:35:47,706 Wo Fat's got to be close. 826 00:35:47,708 --> 00:35:50,292 Get out of my way! Go! Move it! 827 00:35:54,664 --> 00:35:57,066 Got fresh tracks. 828 00:36:08,362 --> 00:36:11,413 Steve, it's Wo Fat! 829 00:36:11,415 --> 00:36:13,816 Don't let him get away! 830 00:36:29,667 --> 00:36:31,317 Come on, move, move, move! 831 00:36:32,787 --> 00:36:34,120 Over here. 832 00:37:03,973 --> 00:37:06,125 He's gone. 833 00:37:08,144 --> 00:37:10,446 We need to secure the perimeter. 834 00:37:11,248 --> 00:37:12,581 I got blood. 835 00:37:12,583 --> 00:37:15,351 Well, he can't have got too far. 836 00:37:16,320 --> 00:37:18,120 Chin! Get down! 837 00:37:18,122 --> 00:37:20,039 - Chin! - Chin, you all right? 838 00:37:20,041 --> 00:37:21,357 Huh? 839 00:37:21,359 --> 00:37:23,542 Danny, hey. 840 00:37:26,346 --> 00:37:27,880 Chin! 841 00:37:27,882 --> 00:37:30,833 Chin, you all right? Huh? 842 00:37:30,835 --> 00:37:32,801 Got my vest. I'm okay. 843 00:37:40,144 --> 00:37:41,577 Are you okay? 844 00:37:41,579 --> 00:37:43,012 Yeah, I think so. 845 00:37:43,014 --> 00:37:44,113 Camera's toast. 846 00:37:44,115 --> 00:37:45,781 What are you doing? 847 00:37:45,783 --> 00:37:47,383 Trying to get my phone. 848 00:37:47,385 --> 00:37:49,051 Are you crazy? Put it away. 849 00:37:49,053 --> 00:37:50,719 I got to get this! 850 00:37:50,721 --> 00:37:52,354 Come on! 851 00:38:02,416 --> 00:38:04,867 Hold your fire! Hold your fire! 852 00:38:09,172 --> 00:38:11,340 I got him! Got him? 853 00:38:34,247 --> 00:38:36,782 Finish it! 854 00:38:40,620 --> 00:38:43,238 Do it! 855 00:39:28,805 --> 00:39:30,637 Intubate the patient, give him ten milligrams of morphine 856 00:39:30,639 --> 00:39:32,106 and get him to the O.R. now. 857 00:39:32,108 --> 00:39:33,774 All right, he gets his own floor. 858 00:39:33,776 --> 00:39:35,860 I want a full security lockdown, guns on every exit. 859 00:39:35,862 --> 00:39:37,978 Nobody gets in or out without my approval. 860 00:39:39,615 --> 00:39:42,583 Commander, is he going to make it? 861 00:39:42,585 --> 00:39:44,418 I don't care. 862 00:39:44,420 --> 00:39:46,871 Plan Blue. All available staff to O.R. 863 00:39:46,873 --> 00:39:48,572 Plan Blue. 864 00:39:48,574 --> 00:39:49,990 All available staff to O.R. 865 00:39:49,992 --> 00:39:51,325 There you have it, folks. 866 00:39:51,327 --> 00:39:52,793 Another case solved by our nation's 867 00:39:52,795 --> 00:39:56,497 most elite task force, Five-O! 868 00:40:01,103 --> 00:40:03,687 Yes! 869 00:40:06,641 --> 00:40:10,895 You know, over 24 pulse-pounding hours, 870 00:40:10,897 --> 00:40:13,681 my crew and I shadowed their every move. 871 00:40:13,683 --> 00:40:16,751 It was terrifying, and it was dangerous. 872 00:40:16,753 --> 00:40:20,888 And it was something that I will never, ever do again. 873 00:40:20,890 --> 00:40:24,291 Over the course of a day, we risked our lives 874 00:40:24,293 --> 00:40:26,860 to bring you this very special episode. 875 00:40:26,862 --> 00:40:28,579 But you know what? 876 00:40:28,581 --> 00:40:30,664 It is nothing compared to the risks 877 00:40:30,666 --> 00:40:34,001 that the brave members of Five-O take every day 878 00:40:34,003 --> 00:40:37,238 to keep these islands safe. 879 00:40:37,240 --> 00:40:40,674 They are truly heroes. 880 00:40:40,676 --> 00:40:43,177 And I salute them. 881 00:40:43,179 --> 00:40:46,597 Until next time, 882 00:40:46,599 --> 00:40:49,200 Mahalo Nui Loa. 883 00:40:54,524 --> 00:40:56,023 Oh, yes, thank you. 884 00:40:56,025 --> 00:40:57,358 Thanks for coming out. 885 00:40:57,360 --> 00:40:59,627 Thank you. 886 00:41:01,729 --> 00:41:03,897 Thank you. 887 00:41:06,251 --> 00:41:07,668 Thanks for coming out. 888 00:41:07,670 --> 00:41:09,937 You guys are great. Best audience ever! 889 00:41:48,643 --> 00:41:53,643 == sync, corrected by elderman ==


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