JC drives his car in circles, torturing Crew Cut 1. Then he opens the trunk again. Crew Cut 1 swears he doesn't know why they wanted that kid, or who Angela Markham is. He says they run it in small teams. JC asks who's on his, but all he knows is code names. JC starts to shut him back in, but Crew Cut 1 tells him he knows one other thing: an address, of where he goes to get paid. JC throws a burger in the trunk with him, and tells him to figure out how to eat it.
Judge Sam's courtroom. The People Vs. Angela Markham is now in session. Bench is observing, and cloning Markham's phone on his own. Judge Sam is very clearly favoring Angela Markham's case, sustaining all of her attorney's objections. When the D.A. balks, he sternly tells her he's going to give her time to better prepare and that court will resume at 10 a.m. the next day. In his chambers, he gets a call from The Observer/Kidnapper, who's disappointed that he's stalling. Judge Sam asks who Angela Markham is, but The Observer/Kidnapper ignores him. Judge Sam says he has to make sure this is handled right, so the D.A. can't appeal. The Kidnapper/Observer tells him not to forget what he's playing for. Then he gets a text picture of his son, all tied up. Hmmm. How about we look and see what number that came from? Bench gets the same picture on his phone, which I guess is from them surveilling the judge, not Angela. But he continues following Angela out of the courtroom. He follows her outside, where she gets a phone call from The Observer/Kidnapper. They have a conversation, which Bench listens in on. She threatens The Observer/Kidnapper, since there's no one else who can do what she can do. But it's not a sexual thing, judging by the rest of the call. She's clearly in business with them, not in a relationship.
JC's heading to the address Crew Cut 1 gave him. When he gets there, he finds Long-Haired Guy, whom he attacks, but he doesn't know where Sam Jr. is either. Then JC finds a roomful of money, which he sees as his way to make these guys hurt. In a warehouse somewhere, The Observer/Kidnapper is not happy to discover he's missing two men and a half-million dollars. He throws his phone at Sam Jr., and tells his men there's been a change of plans. At the Library, Bench tells JC there's lots more money where this came from. He's looked into Angela and determined that she designed an anti-laundering money system, which she can turn off with the click of a mouse. So SP-9 can get their money clean using a legitimate bank. Which is also why there's no digital footprint; they're using cash for everything. But Bench says if they can access the bank accounts, they'll have a way to get Sam Jr. back.