We return to Leila's phone call, which I thought was the previous night. It's basically the same scene as last time: she calls Sean and tells him about Murmansk and Irina Bogdanov. Then Michael tackles her and yanks away the phone. She still won't tell him who she called, and I still think that it's pretty easy to find out from the phone itself. He says that if Sophia finds out about this, he won't be able to protect her. Then she decides that she will tell him who she called and what she told them: she called Sean and told him everything she knows.
Luis runs up, having recovered from being hit with a lamp, and he seems really angry about Leila stealing his phone and calling 911. I can see how that would tick him off, especially since his whole job was to keep her from doing that sort of thing. Michael looks uncertain, then says they need to go to Sophia. Why does she have to handle this herself? Shouldn't she have a head of security or something? I guess that might be Michael, although there's been no sign that it is. Maybe Simon? Anyway, the three of them walk down the middle of the street (I know this place has sidewalks, but nobody ever seems to use them) toward Sophia's. Luis thinks Michael should never have brought Leila here, which doesn't seem quite fair. As I remember it, she snuck into the cathedral, then was pretty much stuck going with them. Michael agrees with Luis, but then he grabs Luis's head and smashes it into a car. A quick neck-twist later, and Luis is dead. Michael tells Sophia to grab Luis's legs.