With the help of a warrant, Rubirosa, Lupo and Bernard have an office-ransacking party over at Systemotics headquarters. Lupo finds that the Systemotics people have files on him and Bernard (but not on Connie, yet), and their file on the Camerons includes items plucked from their garbage. One is a flier for a shooting range, addressed to Bradley. So off to the shooting range it is! The owner tells the boys that Bradley brought his wife in to learn to shoot, but she didn't want to be there and sat in the car while Brad did "all the shooting." Lupo has a photo of the gun that was used to kill Sofia, and the shooting range guy confirms it's the same kind of gun Bradley used the day he showed up there. Our boys guess Bradley's alibi may be BS and hurry out to test that new theory.
At Bradley's studio, a tech guy works on the computer, complaining that the memory is a mess. On one of his hunches, Lupo flips open the diving-helmet visor and finds a camera lens inside. Tech guy cues up the relevant video right away -- it shows what happened while Bradley was out allegedly killing his wife. There's also an audio recording of Bradley's drill, which he left running to throw off his neighbors. What will these murderers think of next?
When we move to the courtroom, Bradley's causing trouble at his murder trial arraignment, rejecting his third lawyer because he's worried about Systemotics connections. The judge enters a not-guilty plea on his behalf and remands him. Connie didn't even have to ask! Meanwhile, Jack, like me, is a bit lost in all this shifting-theory-of-crime nonsense. Rubirosa shows him a video that Bradley tried to erase, made the night before the murder, in which Sofia records her second thoughts about the Systemotics investigation and says she's considering leaving Bradley, at least for a while. No one offers, or requests, an explanation as to why she taped herself saying this. Was she auditioning for a reality show? Did she plan to post it to her vlog? The strategizing is then interrupted by a big stack of motions that have been filed by Bradley's new counsel.
The next day Cutter reveals that the new lawyer, Mr. Pace, has a history of suing Systemotics, uh, systematically. Judge Laramie does not seriously entertain Pace's many dramatic requests -- he won't recuse himself, and he won't close the gallery to spectators just in case Systemotics sends members to witness the trial and intimidate the witnesses. Despite these failures, Pace remains smug, convinced his defense is killer.