"Nature": Officer Tim Monroe recalls how his partner, Officer Roger DeCarlo, and him were shaking down a street thug named Trigger for their cut of money of his illegal street sales. A nearby street girl, Dee Dee, over hears the beating and makes a break for it. The officers give chase to her.
- Garbage. I think of it as my way of giving back to the city.
Appearing in "Nature"
- Dee Dee (Dies)
Synopsis for "Nature"
Officer Tim Monroe recalls how his partner, Officer Roger DeCarlo, and him were shaking down a street thug named Trigger for their cut of money of his illegal street sales. A nearby street girl, Dee Dee, over hears the beating and makes a break for it. The officers give chase to her.
Crispus Allen interviews the officers. He's sharp and asks difficult questions about why they where there and why they stopped chasing a perp when they found the body. Renée Montoya hands evidence to Jim Corrigan and tells him not to loose it this time.
Officer Monroe heads to Finnigan's bar where all the street officers go after work. He pays off Corrigan to loose the evidence.
Monroe and DeCarlo visit street hookers. They take off their clothes and later steal some money from them.
Later and Finnigan's, Kenzie tells them he has a job that will pay ten grand. The buyer is Black Mask, and Monroe really wants to impress Black Mask so he takes the job. They pay Corrigan again to get some evidence out of storage. Corrigan does it so that it is not traceable. When Monroe and DeCarlo go to meet Black Mask in the park, instead they find Poison Ivy and a bunch of street kids. Amongst the kids is Trigger, who confirms it was these two cops who killed Dee Dee. Poison Ivy kills them since Dee Dee was under her protection like all kids who live in the Park.
- This book was first published on June 8, 2005.
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