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“What did you mean you don’t? Your people were there when Faye Buckley got to the Superior Court. How did you do that?”
“There’re lots of ways to do so…” Tina sips the tea. “Hacked into the camera, put a tracker on her car, tracked her phone…or the easiest way, stalked her all the way.”
“Which one was it?” Dana cannot resist asking.
“I don’t know,” Tina shrugs. “Marcus’s men have his way, I only told him what would happen and what Faye Buckley would do, the method he used was not my concern.”
“But…How could you be so sure that…this guy won’t betray you? I mean, he was a bad guy, right?”
Tina’s face shows no anger, only Bette knows she’s a little pissed off.
“Not all the bad guys are bad, my friend…in fact, the trust between us is stronger than any of you guys.”
The blonde’s tone is soft and calm, but cold enough to low down the temperature in the room. Seeing this, Bette stands out to ease the tension.
“I understand Tina’s intention, using force to enter San Diego Police Department jail and Supreme Court to free the prisoner, by only telling these to trust the State Governor, it’s enough to enrage her…Not to mention that it is told by Faye Buckley herself.”
“Indeed,” Tina nods. “It’s good that you understand this.”
“This is a decision I made myself, I also knew what kind of repercussion there will be, but I didn’t have any hesitation. It is just that will hinder the progress of your plans to take down Faye Buckley…” Bette shakes her head. “I’m…I’m sorry, T.”
“It’s too early to apologize now,” Tina takes a sip of the tea. “We originally stand on losing ground, yet we have successfully rescued Shane, with Faye Buckley not obtaining any concrete evidence…This is the fortunate thing within all misfortunes.”
Bette nods to what Tina has said.
“I understand. Even though the operation was successful, but there were numerous flaws. Especially when my interrogate team coordinated at the periphery. Faye Buckley will definitely use it in her benefits.” The detective sighs. “Faye Buckley holds a great number of supporters, can’t be sure that whether the California State Governor Phyllis Kroll will believe what she elaborates, also, with the suspicion on me the greatest problem is the fact that I worked in the Cooper organization.”