As Vic’s domestic problems mount, two mob henchmen are found dead at Ellis Rezian’s safehouse in the wake of an arson attack on the eve of a politically-sensitive Armenian Genocide remembrance. When Rezian asks for a meeting to prove to the Mexicans that he doesn’t have the files they are after, Shane is sure they can use the deal to finally dispose of anyone who can tie them to the money train robbery, while Vic remains adamant about taking down Cruz Pezuela, too. And though Pezuela agrees to have his lieutenant, Armando Rios, meet with the Armenians, he insists that Rezian bring the missing files with him. Meanwhile, Dutch doubts that sixteen-year-old Lloyd Denton’s shooting of a high school classmate is simply the result of a botched burglary. As Vic asks Olivia Murray to investigate Rios, his plan to stoke the gang war runs aground when Rezian agrees to bring the files. Knowing that he’s lying, and with Olivia coming up empty-handed, Vic acts to maintain credibility with Pezuela by helping Rios avoid an arrest. Though he comes to the meeting empty-handed, Rezian offers to help Rios find the files. So, in order to maintain control, Vic and Aceveda blackmail City Controller Robert Martin into funding a genocide memorial sought by the Armenians in the hope that Pezuela will think that it was the result of Rezian’s using the stolen intel as leverage. Meanwhile, as Cassidy asks Danny about her dad, Dutch worries that Lloyd may be a serial killer in the making News that Martin has approved the memorial prompts Pezuela to order a hit on Rezian. Yet, after Pezuela promises that no civilians will he hurt, his men shoot and kill Martin. Finally, despite Dutch’s best efforts at eliciting a confession, Lloyd insists that he didn’t know that the intruder he shot was a high school bully. And as Vic insists that Pezuela turn over Martin’s killers, he and Aceveda find that Olivia is working for Pezuela. © 2008 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.