Plot: Set in the late 1970s, two FBI agents are tasked with interviewing serial killers to solve open cases. Season two picks up at the absolute low point in the unit’s existence, as it’s overcome by paranoia, distrust, and infighting. After slipping away to California to meet with Ed Kemper alone — a meeting that ends in the massive Kemper cradling him in a bear hug — Holden suffered what we learn was a panic attack that waylaid him in the psych ward under heavy sedation and restraints. Meanwhile, the Office of Professional Responsibility has taken a renewed interest in Richard Speck’s complaints about Holden and Bill Tench’s behavior during his interview. The OPR couldn’t care less about Speck, but it can’t ignore the gap in the transcript where Holden’s line of questioning veered into language that could only be called serial-killer-esque. With Shepard’s reluctant backing, the group agreed to close rank around the transcript cover-up, but Gregg Smith, the straitlaced new guy who was responsible for the transcription, decided independently to send the recording to OPR anonymously.
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