"Señor Moray," Jeanie says as she walks up to Moustache Man. She flashes her fake badge and introduces herself as Sarah Phillips, Dade County Special Investigator. She wants to know if she can ask him a few questions. "Like why Dade County don't tell me you work for them?" he responds. What? Yeah, I don't know what he's talking about either. It would seem he knows that she's no "Special Investigator" and that the last person her "agency" sent wasn't "special" at all. Moray's pretty sharp, that's for sure.
"I'm here about your organization, [insert quickly spoken bad-ass Cuban assassination group name here]?" "You don't look Cuban, you know?" responds Moray. "Despite what your people may have told you." "My mother's Jamaican, my father's Italian," she quips. "But I get around." Moray still isn't really talking to her, so Jeanie brings out the big guns and says to him, in Spanish, "We've heard of a plan to kill Castro." This stops Moray cold. "At the CIA?" he queries. "I can't believe it!" Jeanie tells him that killing Castro isn't in the best interests of the U.S. "Since when?" counters Moray. "The transition is coming, Señor," she says. "We believe it's better for everyone if that transition is peaceful." Moray tells her to stuff her beliefs. "You'd rather let the bastard die in his own bed? You can leave now!" he finishes, stalking off. "We're watching you," she says, as if a thinly veiled threat would even remotely disturb this man. "You were watching at the Bay of Pigs," he says, moving back toward her. "My friends went ashore with promises of air support and supplies to expel the dictator and you did nothing! Castro's army killed some, captured the rest, and held them for ransom while you watched!" "Killing Castro won't free Cuba," Jeanie states. "So?" says Moray.
After Moray exits, Jeanie gets on the horn to Big Cheese and tells him that Moray's most definitely involved. Cheese wants to know if Moray got the CIA's message. Jeanie tells Cheese that Moray got the message all right, but she thinks he's received this message more than once before. Cheese wants Jeanie to get in touch with the Miami FBI and make sure Moray and his group are locked down tight. "And I want them to know it!" he barks. Jeanie drives off, but only after receiving a slightly disturbing stare from Moray himself, standing outside her car.
As Cheese is talking to Jeanie, Patton enters and tells him that there's a problem. What makes me think that Patton's always going to be the one entering Cheese's office and telling him there's a problem? Cheese tells Jeanie to hold on for a second. "I've got the restricted Moray file," says Patton. "In 1963 we contracted with him." "To do what?" asks Cheese. "Kill Castro," says Patton. "That was thirty-six years ago," says Rocky, coming into the picture. "He's doing it now?" "And if he pulls it off," says Patton, getting all dramatic here, "we'll be blamed."