When his efforts to help the Armenians unexpectedly end with the murder of an Arab gas station owner, Shane tracks down the mob's elder statesman, Kesakian. Finding him gravely ill and his daughter, Diro, working on his behalf, Shane makes a deal to evict some prostitutes working in a building owned by the family after she promises to hold the killers accountable. As the shaky gang truce and Hernan's sudden disappearance worry the Strike Team, a Salvadoran gangster's mutilated corpse leads Vic and Hiatt to the undercover agent's girlfriend, Leticia, who tells them that he was ordered to dump the body and now needs to prove his loyalty with a gun store robbery. Though concerned about undermining Claudette, Hiatt goes along when Vic proposes allowing Hernan to pull off the heist while keeping the gang from getting away with the guns. As Billings and Dutch's investigation into the stabbing of a Beverly Hills socialite exposes a counterfeit designer handbag business in Farmington, Shane discovers that the Kesakians are actually behind the sex ring working out of their apartment building. Told that the prostitutes were ripped off by three men posing as customers, Shane agrees to track them down for the mob. And after learning of the trio's grisly fate, he advises Diro on how to keep her father's empire from falling into his rival's hands. Although Vic's plan successfully keeps the guns out of gang hands, Claudette warns Hiatt against listening to him. As Corrine, Tina, and Danny pick up some knock-off handbags before Dutch and Billings close down the shop, Diro tells Shane that Rezian's crew murdered the gas station owner. Finally, upon learning of a meeting between the Byz Lats and the Salvadorans, Vic and Hiatt find that Hernan has been sent back to El Salvador until things cool down in L.A. © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.