The killer kidnaps an officer who was found not guilty in the death of an immigrant, in order to expose the failure of the state's integration policy. For the first time Saga and the killer make contact.
To expose the final truth-society's apathy to child labor when it's not their own children-the killer captures a school bus full of children and demands that five companies be set on fire in order to save them. Saga develops a shocking theory.
After mounting evidence and a witness statement, Martin and Saga finally make an arrest, but is he their guy? Now that all five societal truths have been exposed, is the killer finished? Saga suspects the killer's work is not yet done.
As Martin grapples with issues at home, he and Saga finally put the puzzle pieces together to pinpoint the identity of the killer, who turns out to have a long history with Martin. Could the killer's ultimate plan be a personal one?