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  • [Projector Sound]
  • ( tires screeching )
  • This is LA 1-6 in pursuit of a robbery suspect.
  • East of Crenshaw and Slauson Boulevard.
  • [Polica siren]
  • Whoo!
  • This cop can kiss my ass!
  • ( siren wailing continuously )
  • ( tires screech )
  • Jack, I think I can do a pin on this guy
  • if I can get a little closer.
  • Man, just hold it steady.
  • Whoa, whoa, whoa.
  • Not a good idea, big guy.
  • I said hold it steady!
  • He's pullin' out a gun, TJ.
  • Well, pull yours, Bobo.
  • [Gun shots]
  • Got his butt
  • ( tires screech )
  • (Crashing Sound)
  • (Explosion)
  • (Police siren)
  • Get out of the vehicle!
  • They're not in there.
  • ( woman sobbing )
  • Just let the lady go.
  • Shut up!
  • Hey, punks! Give it up.
  • Surrender right now, nobody have to die.
  • Please don't let him hurt me.
  • Shut up.
  • Ain't nobody gonna hurt you, ma'am.
  • Hey, what do you know? Sshh.
  • Maybe I'll just kill her for the fun of it. -No.
  • Nobody gonna hurt you, because he's a coward.
  • I'm a what?
  • Hey, are you stupid or just crazy?
  • You want me to kill her?
  • Like I said before,
  • he's a bitch-ass coward.
  • Justice, you're not making this any easier.
  • Justice...
  • is that your name?
  • You were born to be a pig, huh?
  • Guess I was.
  • Well, put down your guns
  • and walk my fine ass out of here.
  • You know we can't do that, man.
  • Just let the lady go
  • and make this easier on yourself.
  • Shut up!
  • I got-- I got control here.
  • You want me to shoot you too?
  • Like he said, partner...
  • put the gun down.
  • You too, put it down.
  • There you go.
  • Slide it over.
  • (Gun shots)
  • ( screams )
  • Yeah, Bobo!
  • -Whoo! we got this guy!
  • Man.
  • ( woman screaming )
  • Open the door.
  • ( ignition stutters )
  • ( sirens approaching )
  • You're crazy.
  • Don't make me shoot you, man.
  • Stop, just stop right there,
  • I'm gonna, I don't wanna' shoot you man.
  • ( man groaning )
  • Jack! Jack!
  • Jack, Jack, Jack. -That's enough.
  • What the fuck are you doin'?
  • What the fuck is wrong with you?
  • You cannot take the law into your own fucking hands.
  • I can't keep cleaning up your shit.
  • I'm suspending you.
  • I want you to go away, go far fucking away.
  • I'll clean this shit up.
  • MAN: I'm telling you, he sounded like a little girl.
  • It was pathetic.
  • So I told him to shut the hell up.
  • (mimicking) "They're all over me."
  • I'm thinking he's snake-bit
  • or he walked into a hornet's nest.
  • No, a squirrel had run up his pant leg.
  • "The varmint was going for my nuts!" -His peanuts.
  • (guys laughing) -Good day, gentlemen.
  • (Whistles) -Now it's a good day.
  • What was so funny?
  • Wouldn't you like to know?
  • We were just talking about nuts.
  • You like nuts, Alexa?
  • I work with you guys, don't I?
  • Them ain't the type of nuts
  • we're talking about, Alexa darling.
  • Alexa darling?
  • Why doesn't anybody ever say "Boyd darling"?
  • Boyd, I believe you're half homo.
  • Uh, no.
  • Total faggot.
  • ( guys laugh )
  • Yeah, I'm about 30 away.
  • I was so scared.
  • And all the stuff I see on TV didn't help.
  • I told you not to be watching that stuff.
  • Santana, you're driving me crazy.
  • Well, no need to worry. I'm almost home.
  • Hey, I have a surprise for you.
  • I don't care about that.
  • Just get home.
  • And you shouldn't be video-chatting while driving.
  • You got to be kidding me.
  • Baby, hold on.
  • What? Wait. I need to tell you something.
  • ( siren wailing )
  • Oh, you motherfuckers.
  • If you're not working on a case,
  • you need to get your asses out into the field
  • and write some tickets.
  • Let's go.
  • You got anything for me, Hannah?
  • I sure do. -Oh, thank you.
  • At least somebody's doing their job around here.
  • Hey, where are Clark and Holtz?
  • They're on the old road, Santana's due in today.
  • Get out.
  • How come they're out on the old road?
  • You're supposed to be out on the old road.
  • Nothing? And what is with your hair?
  • I told you to get it cut.
  • After the rodeo, Sheriff.
  • It gets me laid.
  • Where's Stuckey?
  • He's in the can.
  • How come your badge is on the wrong side?
  • It's supposed to be over there.
  • McCain lost his.
  • Sheriff, can I have a minute with you? -What?
  • Yeah.
  • File that.
  • We got shit to do, Boyd.
  • Yeah.
  • Hey!
  • When am I gonna get my phone call?
  • I told you, later.
  • Sheriff, man, this guy ain't gonna give me the phone.
  • You won't give him the phone.
  • Make your damn phone call.
  • What the hell is it, Boyd? What do you want?
  • I'm a busy man.
  • Sir, it's about this piece of shit bonus.
  • For everything we're bringing in,
  • it ought be more, a lot more.
  • Oh, is that right?
  • Yes, sir.
  • It ought to be a lot more.
  • Believe so-
  • Let me tell you something.
  • You are damn lucky that I'm not a violent man.
  • Now you happen to be the worst of my bunch.
  • Don't make me sorry you're here.
  • Okay?
  • Do we have an issue?
  • BOYD: No. No issue.
  • Good, good to hear.
  • What do you want?
  • The Mayor's here to see you.
  • Thank you.
  • Go.
  • You need to give the prisoners their phone call.
  • Yes, sir.
  • What?
  • Don't give me that look.
  • Don't fuck this up, Boyd.
  • Whatever.
  • Mayor Dorsey, you wanted to see me. What's up?
  • We've got a situation here. That's what's up.
  • Huh. -There's just a few days away from the festival starting.
  • I can't have happening this year what we had last year.
  • Can you remind me what that was?
  • Posts!
  • We got more horses coming into town than we have posts
  • to tie them to, we can't have that.
  • Posts?
  • Posts.
  • Don't you worry about it, I'm on it.
  • Reid?
  • Get your ass down to the festival and make sure
  • we have twice as many posts as we did last year.
  • Why don't you put Boyd on that?
  • Why don't you get your ass down to the festival
  • and make sure we have twice as many posts
  • as we did last year?
  • Okay. -Posts.
  • Good.
  • Is there anything else?
  • Well, hey there, Santana.
  • Long time no see.
  • Officers.
  • You been across the border, Santana?
  • No.
  • Coming from Dallas.
  • Dallas? -Yeah.
  • Well, Dallas is north of here
  • and you're headed north.
  • You know what I think?
  • I think our friend here did come from the border.
  • He brought back some party favors
  • that he don't want to share with his amigos.
  • Looks like we have a piñata of interest.
  • Just candy.
  • Well, I like candy.
  • Candy is good.
  • Ho-ho.
  • Hello, party favors.
  • Santana, I'm a victim of disappointment in you.
  • Come on, guys, give me a break.
  • The Sheriff knows me. I've done favors for him.
  • Believe me, he knows my boss.
  • I don't know what you're talking about, Santana.
  • Where's the money?
  • I don't have any.
  • Where's that fucking cash, boy?
  • John, believe me, I don't have any money.
  • What'd you call me?
  • John.
  • We went to high school together.
  • Come on, man, give me a break.
  • I didn't know y'all were such good friends, Clark.
  • You disrespectin' me, wetback?
  • Not at all.
  • Get the fuck down out of there, boy, now.
  • I'm gonna teach you some respect, beaner.
  • Now, what's my name?
  • Clark.
  • That's officer Clark, you fucking Mexican.
  • Come on, guys.
  • Take the coke, just let me slide.
  • What do you think, Holtz?
  • Well, if he gave us the cash, maybe. But, since he hasn't...
  • Look, Santana, all we gotta do
  • is spread a little coke around,
  • kill your sorry ass,
  • looks like a drug deal gone bad.
  • I'm telling you guys, believe me,
  • I don't have any cash.
  • Now, boy, I will take my time busting you up
  • till I get that money.
  • SANTANA: Wait a second. Officer Holtz,
  • Officer Clark-- let's talk this out.
  • Whoa, whoa. What's he calling our names out like that for?
  • Are you wearing a wire, boy?
  • Hmm? -No, no.
  • You trying to set us up here?
  • No.
  • Hi, Selena.
  • Wait, wait.
  • Amigo, you just killed your wife.
  • The money's with her.
  • No, no, no, no, Officer Clark, please.
  • Looks like we got ourselves a double homicide.
  • Come on, John, please don't do this, man.
  • 26, requesting backup,
  • just north of marker 51 on the old road.
  • Apparent drug deal gone bad.
  • Hannah, was that Holtz?
  • Yes, Sheriff, it was.
  • Thank you.
  • You're welcome.
  • Gant.
  • I want you and Stuckey on this.
  • Okay. -Go on, go on.
  • Reid, back him up.
  • Copy that.
  • What's going on?
  • You can stand down, I got enough men on this as it is.
  • Come on, Sheriff, I want in.
  • No, just stay here. Okay?
  • In case the phone rings, answer it, it's important.
  • Boyd, you're riding with me.
  • Whoa, bro, okay, okay, okay, I'm not disrespecting you,
  • you earned your stripes, I got it.
  • I got it, I got it.
  • Just don't do anything, please, man.
  • You went to high school with her, you know her.
  • You said you want us to let you go, boy.
  • What you doing standing here?
  • Go.
  • Santana, get it through your thick head.
  • If you don't run, you're gonna die right here
  • where you stand.
  • I said go, Mexican.
  • ( groans )
  • Well, guess he's a Mexi-can't.
  • Officers!
  • This is a police matter, sir.
  • For your own safety, continue on your way. -What's going on?
  • You shut your mouth, boy, do as you're told.
  • Now move on there or I will arrest you.
  • Son of a bitch.
  • Damn.
  • Son of a bitch is out of range.
  • Looks like he's headed towards Brown's Lake.
  • Put the word out.
  • Dispatch, this is 26, suspect heading towards
  • Brown's Lake on foot, armed and dangerous.
  • ( siren wailing )
  • 26, this is 10.
  • We are at the other side of the river.
  • Copy 10, heading your direction.
  • Hey, I see him over there.
  • ( gunshots continue )
  • I think I got him.
  • I think not. Let's go.
  • ( tires screech )
  • Gant, I see him, that's him. That is him!
  • Well, let 'em know. -26, this is 10.
  • We have a 20 on your suspect.
  • He is heading towards Bohemian Hall.
  • Best part of the job, partner.
  • Best part of the job.
  • I'm with you.
  • Let's get him.
  • ( tires screech )
  • Let's have ourselves some fun, huh?
  • Santana?
  • We know you're in here.
  • Come out, amigo.
  • Listen...
  • Reid here has never lost a fight...
  • and I likes me a good fight.
  • So if you can come out and kick his ass...
  • we will let you go... scot-free.
  • You can trust us.
  • We're deputies.
  • If you don't...
  • we're gonna go to your house...
  • and kill your wife.
  • I beat him...
  • you let me go?
  • You will walk right out of here.
  • That's the deal.
  • Let's see what you got, boy.
  • Let's get it on!
  • You'll have to do better than that.
  • ( groans )
  • Olé.
  • That means "you're getting your ass kicked" in Mexican.
  • I can handle this. Come on.
  • Let's go.
  • ( groans )
  • Is that all you got?
  • ( coughs )
  • Now, listen.
  • What, no fight left?
  • ( groans )
  • Still undefeated.
  • Reid?
  • ( neck cracks )
  • That's one dead burrito.
  • ( sniffs )
  • Well...
  • can I help you?
  • Yes.
  • I'd like to file a complaint.
  • Well, if you'd like to file a complaint, see Alexa.
  • Right over there.
  • Boyd?
  • Pardon me, ma'am.
  • My name is Jack Justice.
  • I want to file a complaint.
  • What seems to be the trouble?
  • I saw two police officers
  • beating up a defenseless man.
  • You mean they were using excessive force?
  • They was kicking his ass.
  • HOLTZ: ( over radio ) Dispatch, this is 26.
  • We have a 187 at the north side of Brown's Lake.
  • DISPATCH: Do we have a possible ID on the body?
  • HOLTZ: Yes, Ray Santana.
  • Go for Alexa.
  • DISPATCH: I need you to go over to the Santana home
  • and break the news to his wife.
  • Copy that.
  • Pardon me, officer, can I go on a ride along?
  • I don't think that's a good idea.
  • I'm a police officer also.
  • LAPD.
  • Hannah, what do you think?
  • HANNAH: Well, he is an officer,
  • won't hurt to take him with you.
  • All right. Come on.
  • All right, gentlemen, talk to me.
  • What do we got?
  • Sheriff, looks like cause of death's a broken neck.
  • Yes, it does.
  • Looks like cause of death was a broken neck.
  • Any other possible witnesses?
  • A big black guy pulled up asking if he could help but...
  • we sent him on his way.
  • Big black guy?
  • -Yes, sir.
  • This big black guy see anything?
  • He might have seen Santana bolt.
  • I see the cocaine. Is there any money anywhere?
  • No, that's all we found.
  • Not one red cent.
  • Yeah, right.
  • Boyd, you are a whining,
  • complaining son of a bitch, aren't you?
  • Well, sir, I'd be more happy
  • if we found money instead of cocaine.
  • (laughing) He'd be much happier.
  • Come here, Boyd, I want to talk to you for a sec.
  • Come on.
  • Let me see your gun.
  • Oh, that's a nice gun.
  • Yes, sir.
  • Got a good weight to it.
  • (Gun shot)
  • Hey, Sheriff, what did you do that for?
  • Because he got on my nerves.
  • Any you boys have any problem
  • with the way I handle things around here, speak up now.
  • Little warning next time,
  • I think you might have blown out my eardrum.
  • Any other possible witnesses?
  • Oh, crap, the phone. -What about the phone?
  • Santana was video-talking with his wife and she saw me.
  • Let's go.
  • So what brings you to our small town?
  • Nothing.
  • I'm just driving through on my way to Mexico.
  • Mexico?
  • My pops retired there 2 years ago.
  • Hmm.
  • So, uh... why Red Mesa?
  • Hometown girl.
  • As a matter of fact, that's my house right there.
  • Okay.
  • I never knew how to leave.
  • Just point your car north and drive.
  • Some day.
  • So, um, what did you do before you were a cop?
  • I used to make problems disappear.
  • So what's it like here?
  • You know, small town,
  • small town people, small town ideas.
  • Sounds small.
  • Hey, are you making fun of me?
  • Just a little bit. (Laughs)
  • Before I forget, um,
  • I have the pass codes to our social media websites
  • and there the cops get to write about
  • what they do and who they are, and people just love it.
  • I'm cool, sis, I'm not an officer here.
  • I know, but you can give them a big city perspective.
  • I'm old-school, though, sis.
  • If I can't put a stamp on it, I don't send it.
  • Hey, don't worry, I'll get you up to speed.
  • I'm cool.
  • ( sighs )
  • What's wrong?
  • I'm not looking forward to this.
  • Are you talking about Santana's wife?
  • Selena and I,
  • we used to be really good friends in high school.
  • Wow.
  • You became a cop
  • and she became a drug dealer's wife?
  • Yep.
  • Bad choice.
  • ( knocking on door )
  • Who is it?
  • It's Officer Alexa.
  • ( door slams )
  • ( cars approaching )
  • ( car door slams )
  • ( police radio chatter )
  • Alexa, who the hell is this? What's he doing here?
  • It's okay, Sheriff. He's one of us.
  • He's one of us?
  • Don't kid yourself, pretty little thing,
  • you aren't even one of us.
  • Is that right?
  • Are you a po-lice man?
  • Yes, sir.
  • Oh.
  • From the big city, I'm guessing.
  • That's right, sir.
  • Ooh.
  • Ah.
  • You're all sweaty.
  • Are you nervous about something, boy?
  • No, sir.
  • No, sir?
  • You just happened to be wandering
  • through our little town, is that right?
  • Correct, sir.
  • I'm correct, sir.
  • I like you.
  • I really do.
  • This the fella?
  • Yes, it is, Sheriff.
  • "Yes, it is, Sheriff."
  • Oh, that's too bad.
  • Well, don't just stand there, gentlemen, arrest his ass.
  • Hey, hey, hey, it's okay.
  • Get out of the way, Alexa. -He's one of us!
  • I'm cool.
  • Stuckey?
  • Yes, sir. Yes, sir.
  • Fill the void.
  • A wetback and a nigger are riding in a car.
  • Who's driving?
  • I do not know. Who is driving that car, Stuckey?
  • A cop.
  • ( all laughing )
  • You should have skipped this part of town, boy.
  • One day, one day real soon,
  • me and you gonna have a serious conversation.
  • I'll look forward to it.
  • Let's go, Shrek.
  • Lock him up.
  • Sheriff Payden's personal favorite.
  • Now if the Flintstones were an old black family,
  • what would they be called, huh?
  • The niggers.
  • PAYDEN: I need to talk to our guest.
  • Sheriff
  • Be careful, don't get too close to that cell.
  • This isn't the pound, he's not gonna bite me.
  • (Laughs) I don't know, he looks like a junkyard dog to me.
  • Mr. Justice, I find myself in the embarrassing position
  • of having to find a scapegoat.
  • See, I have two murders I have to account for.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • So I'm the man of the hour, huh?
  • Oh, no, no, no.
  • You are the man of the year.
  • Do you know how I know it is that I'm loved?
  • You should have died at birth?
  • I realize that...
  • perhaps we've gotten off on the wrong foot,
  • my men using the N-word out there
  • and just now the nnn...
  • I can't even get myself to say it.
  • It's a bad word.
  • But I assure you that neither myself nor my men
  • ever want to have to stoop so low
  • as to intentionally have to call
  • any black man, woman or child...
  • neighbor.
  • Neighbor. (Laughs)
  • Oh, come on, that's funny.
  • You know what, Sheriff?
  • What is it?
  • You and your racist redneck band of deputies
  • are about to get a little of my justice.
  • And believe me, you're not gonna like it.
  • Nah, I just don't think that that's gonna happen.
  • It's a good idea, but see, later on this afternoon,
  • you are going to be shot and you are going to be killed
  • because you're gonna be trying to escape.
  • You know what, Sheriff? -Hmm?
  • Your problem is you think you've got Flipper in here.
  • Well, motherfucker, say hello to Jaws.
  • Oh?
  • Well, Jaws is goin' down.
  • Just when you thought it was safe
  • to get back in the jail cell.
  • "Jaws". ( laughs )
  • I'll ask.
  • Excuse me, Mayor?
  • The papers would like an exclusive
  • regarding Officer Justice.
  • Well, how did they get that so fast?
  • From the police blog.
  • Well, call that girl there and tell her to stop.
  • We've been flooded with calls all day wanting to know
  • just how dangerous Officer Justice is.
  • You know what? Just refer all of my calls to Sheriff Payden.
  • Yes, sir.
  • Yeah.
  • I hid the money.
  • I can't believe they killed Santana.
  • Okay. - FEMALE NEWS ANCHOR: This just in.
  • Thank you, big brother. - Sheriff Payden of Red Mesa PD
  • says they've apprehended the suspect of the murder
  • of police officer Carter Boyd
  • and alleged drug dealer, Ray Santana.
  • The suspect is troubled officer Jack Justice
  • of the Los Angeles PD,
  • who, just a few days earlier, was involved
  • in a sporting goods store shootout
  • which cost him the life of his partner,
  • officer Dan Henderson.
  • Justice killed the robbery suspects.
  • It is also reported that Justice had left a manifesto
  • on the Mesa PD website confessing to the murders,
  • vowing he would never be taken alive
  • and that he would take revenge
  • on those officers who have wronged him.
  • Stay tuned, we will have more information as it unfolds.
  • ( touchtones )
  • ( line ringing )
  • 411, how may I direct your call?
  • Get me the Mayor. - One moment, please.
  • Let's go. We're taking you out of here.
  • Come on!
  • Oh, look at that.
  • He's put on his pretty little hoodie, huh? Yeah.
  • No, baby, I swear she didn't mean anything.
  • You must think I'm a real bad man.
  • Yeah, not really, boy.
  • We don't need that, put that away.
  • Move, nigger.
  • ( yells )
  • Everybody get down!
  • (Gun shots)
  • (Gun shots)
  • (Glass shatters)
  • ( indistinct radio chatter )
  • Go for Payden.
  • ( indistinct chatter )
  • ( siren wailing )
  • (mimcks siren)
  • Alexa, please don't shoot me.
  • Damn it, Jack, you're under arrest.
  • Don't move.
  • I don't want to kill you, but I will if I have to.
  • I won't leave this chair if you just put the gun down.
  • I just need you to think why I came to your house.
  • Why are you here?
  • Outside of the Boy Scouts,
  • you're the most honest person here.
  • Red Mesa is a corrupt police department, sis,
  • and you know.
  • Why do you think they never let you on police business?
  • They don't want me to see what's going on.
  • Red Mesa Police Department
  • is the most corrupt police department I've ever seen.
  • It's true.
  • But what about Boyd?
  • Who's Boyd?
  • Well, what about all the damage
  • and all the people you hurt back at the station?
  • I did hurt a lot of people at that police station,
  • but I didn't kill nobody.
  • And believe me, little sis, I'm good at killing.
  • Clear it and call it.
  • You know, I need you to put all this together right now
  • 'cause I don't have a lot of time left.
  • I'm gonna need your help.
  • I'm gonna need to take your unmarked unit.
  • ¿Dónde está el dinero?
  • Por fa-fucking-vor.
  • ( chatter )
  • ( cell phone vibrating )
  • Yeah?
  • I need to call in that one favor.
  • Where are you?
  • JACK: You know what, Sheriff?
  • You're gonna spend
  • the rest of your life in prison, Sheriff Payden.
  • Oh, is that a fact?
  • Well, I tell you what, boy,
  • I don't think that's gonna happen
  • because I have something out here
  • that you want really, really bad.
  • Little chica
  • named Selena. Listen...
  • Help me, please! I didn't do anything!
  • (mimicking) "Help me, please! I didn't do anything!"
  • You gonna let this young lady die out here,
  • or are you gonna be a hero and come get her?
  • If you touch that girl...
  • Oh, no, I don't think so.
  • Anyway, I'm not gonna get to kill this little girl
  • because you're gonna come out here
  • and save her, aren't you, hero?
  • You know, Sheriff?
  • You're one stupid man.
  • Afraid that's a matter of opinion, Jack.
  • What's it gonna be? You gonna come out here, you gonna save the girl?
  • Or am I gonna turn her over to my boys to have something to play with?
  • Yeah, I'm coming.
  • But I'm coming for you.
  • He's coming for me.
  • Bring it on!
  • Magnum!
  • Hey, come here, boy.
  • Clark.
  • Finally awake.
  • What the fuck you hit me with?
  • ( chuckles )
  • It was on your porch.
  • You have no idea who you're messing with.
  • Yeah?
  • I've been told that before.
  • It just didn't work out.
  • The best thing you can do is just clear on out of here.
  • Yeah.
  • Let's talk about...
  • how you're gonna die.
  • Die?
  • Son, I'm an officer of the law.
  • You don't cut me loose,
  • I will tear your ass inside out.
  • Man, I'm not a man for blood and guts,
  • but I did grow up in Compton. But you know what?
  • I'm gonna make an exception for you.
  • The hell you runnin' on about?
  • I want to know where that girl is.
  • Selena?
  • I ain't ever known no darkie give two shakes about a beaner.
  • What's she to you?
  • She'll take me right to the Sheriff.
  • Damn, boy, you got to be about as dumb as you is ugly.
  • Well, I sure as shit ain't gonna tell you now.
  • Okay.
  • Have it your way.
  • (Gun Shot) (groans)
  • Oh, motherfucker.
  • You bleed a lot.
  • That ain't so bad...
  • shoot 'em all off.
  • Okay. (Gun shot)
  • You cocksucker, I swear to Christ
  • I will never tell you where that--
  • where that fucking bitch is now.
  • You know what, Clark?
  • I'm starting to believe you.
  • So I'm gonna take off
  • 'cause I'm running out of patience...
  • ( laughing )...
  • and you're running out of fingers.
  • Hey.
  • What do you need?
  • Let me have a smoke.
  • Okay.
  • You know what, Clark?
  • You shouldn't smoke these things.
  • 'Cause these...
  • are gonna kill you one day.
  • ( laughing )
  • (Gas flowing)
  • (Loud explosion)
  • ( air horn blowing )
  • ( cheers and applause )
  • Afternoon, gentlemen.
  • Good afternoon.
  • Nice day for a rodeo.
  • I'm Agent Cobb.
  • This is Agent Lobo.
  • I'm Mayor Dorsey.
  • Perhaps you're familiar with the Dorsey name.
  • My great-granddaddy fought alongside
  • Davy Crockett at the Alamo.
  • What brings you boys here to Red Mesa?
  • It's not about that murder business, right?
  • Hey, hey, hey.
  • That's my business, all right?
  • I'll take care of it.
  • Well, actually, Mayor,
  • it does have something to do with the murder business.
  • Do you have a suspect yet?
  • Yeah.
  • I do.
  • Does he have a name?
  • Yes.
  • He does.
  • What is it?
  • His name is Jack Justice.
  • He's a crazy cop out of Los Angeles,
  • has a habit of breaking people's necks
  • and then shooting them.
  • Bad habit.
  • And you think he's still in town?
  • I know he's still in town
  • 'cause he's one mean son of a bitch.
  • But let me make something very clear to you:
  • he is my mean son of a bitch.
  • Sheriff, I'd like to go to the station
  • and review your evidence.
  • You go to the station, get yourself a cup of coffee,
  • get yourself a mint julep.
  • As far as the evidence goes, I'll see what I can do.
  • Thank you, gentlemen.
  • He's gonna be trouble.
  • He's not gonna be trouble.
  • I'll drop you off at the station,
  • you see what you can find out.
  • All right.
  • Mayor, if you ever mention
  • my business to anyone outside of my department,
  • so help me God, I will poison your dog.
  • Hello.
  • Hello. How can I help you?
  • I'm Agent Lobo.
  • It's okay, Hannah. I'll take it from here.
  • Okay, Alexa. -Follow me please.
  • I'm Officer Alexa.
  • Lobo. Agent Lobo.
  • What exactly do you do?
  • I clean up messy situations.
  • Do you have jurisdiction here?
  • I can go anywhere.
  • Well, you got your hands full.
  • Tell me what you think you know.
  • I believe that Justice is innocent,
  • Santana was killed in a drug takedown,
  • and somehow Boyd just got killed in the process.
  • Who's involved in the drug heist?
  • Everyone at the station except for Hannah and myself.
  • Names.
  • Give me names.
  • Gant, Stuckey,
  • Clark, McCain and Reid.
  • So why don't you think this Justice is the guy?
  • All the media is reporting that he posted a manifesto
  • on the social media website.
  • Oh, yeah? -Yeah.
  • And he couldn't have because he doesn't have the password.
  • To post the manifesto?
  • Exactly.
  • And how do you know this?
  • 'Cause I'm the one that gives out the password.
  • Sorry to hear that, Alexa.
  • Your weapon.
  • We're going for a ride.
  • You try to be a hero, you die.
  • Let's go.
  • HANNAH: ( on radio ) Sheriff Payden, this is Hannah,
  • come back.
  • Go for Payden.
  • Sheriff, we just got a call from Holly Brown.
  • She's said that Clark's house blew up.
  • Anybody say whether Clark is still alive or not?
  • It's not looking good.
  • There's a burned body tied to a radiator.
  • I want you to patch me through to Jim Thorpe,
  • he needs to get his airplane up in the sky.
  • And, uh, who has a helicopter?
  • Hmm...
  • Bill Cherry, get Bill Cherry on the horn,
  • tell him I want him to go up there,
  • see if they can't find this Justice
  • son of a bitch pronto.
  • Roger that, Sheriff.
  • Stuckey, Payden.
  • You got your ears on?
  • STUCKEY: Go for Stuckey.
  • Stuckey, I need you to haul ass over to Clark's,
  • apparently he's on fire.
  • Roger that, Sheriff. Shall we put him out?
  • No, you should go over there and make s'mores.
  • Yes, you should put him out, you idiot.
  • I'm in a cesspool of idiots.
  • You're part of this, too?
  • What's wrong with you people?
  • You know what your problem is, Alexa?
  • You still believe in the tooth fairy.
  • You know what your problem is?
  • You believe crime pays.
  • It pays more than this fucking badge.
  • Alexa!
  • Selena!
  • Uh-oh.
  • That's gotta hurt.
  • ( man coughing )
  • I can't believe it.
  • Oh, man.
  • Alright that's brutal.
  • Tied him to the radiator,
  • couldn't even get away.
  • I've known him my whole life.
  • ( airplane flying overhead )
  • Thorpe is in the air.
  • Come on, Holtz, we'll get the SOB,
  • Alright, we'll get him.
  • What the hell happened here?
  • What's it look like? The house burned down.
  • You guys can handle this, we're gonna go meet up
  • with the Sheriff.
  • All right.
  • ( touchtones )
  • ( line ringing )
  • LOBO: ( voicemail ) It's Lobo.
  • I'm a little busy at the moment.
  • Leave a message.
  • Call me. I'm at the hotel.
  • I can't believe he blew him up.
  • Holtz,
  • I got one for you.
  • Yeah.
  • Hey, why do decent white folk shop
  • at nigger yard sales, huh?
  • Huh?
  • To get their belongings back.
  • Welcome, all shoppers.
  • We got a special on rednecks today.
  • Now just drive.
  • Well, I'll be a son of a bitch.
  • Hey!
  • What the hell are you doing at my house?
  • I stopped by the station, you weren't there.
  • And that somehow gives you the right
  • to walk through my gate uninvited?
  • You have any news for me?
  • Do I have any news for you?
  • Yeah, I got some news for you.
  • The son of a bitch burned down
  • one of my officer's homes with my officer still in it.
  • Said officer is dead.
  • So then he's still in town?
  • Yes.
  • I told you he's still in town and I'm gonna find him.
  • I certainly don't need any chickenshit
  • federal man interfering with my business.
  • That would be you.
  • Let me ask you something, Sheriff.
  • Why do you think that this man
  • just comes into your town
  • and starts killing people like this?
  • Are you questioning me?
  • Are you questioning my authority in my town?
  • I think he's doing it
  • because he's one crazy son of a bitch, that's why.
  • Well, then we better find him.
  • Where's the girl?
  • What, you're gonna kill me?
  • What--
  • What do you think Sheriff's gonna do to me
  • if I tell you where she is?
  • I hope she's dead anyway!
  • Okay.
  • ( starts engine )
  • Hey!
  • Stop!
  • Stop!
  • Stop!
  • Hey-- stop!
  • ( screaming )
  • No!
  • Holtz!
  • Holtz!
  • Holtz!
  • No!
  • Whoa, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no!
  • No, she's in a barn,
  • she's in the barn!
  • On Old Camp Road at the Davies' barn!
  • Please don't kill me, I told you--
  • I got a joke for you.
  • What is Barney Rubble's son's name?
  • Please, please, I don't want to die--
  • His name ain't please-I-don't-want-to-die,
  • tell me his name.
  • Please don't kill me!
  • I don't want to die,
  • I don't--
  • ( cocks pistol )
  • Bam-Bam. (Gun shots)
  • ( touchtones )
  • ( line ringing )
  • LOBO: ( voicemail ) It's Lobo.
  • I'm a little busy...
  • ( cheers )
  • ( chatter )
  • ( marching band playing )
  • Excuse me, ladies.
  • It's okay, mister.
  • Are you the judge in the beauty contest?
  • No, I'm not, dear,
  • but, uh... if I was,
  • I'd vote for you
  • and you two girls would win, I think.
  • WOMAN: Come on, girls. Let's go.
  • Bye. -Bye!
  • It's good to see you, Cody.
  • Sorry for seeing you in these crazy circumstances.
  • Let's get out of here.
  • You know this is not gonna end well.
  • Yeah, I know that.
  • Why don't you just let it go and get the hell out of here?
  • You know I can't do that.
  • Look,
  • I don't know what happened
  • and I really don't care.
  • I owe you.
  • I think I'm paid in full.
  • Hmm.
  • We good?
  • Yeah.
  • We're way good.
  • You watch your ass, huh?
  • You got it.
  • The Sheriff better sleep with his lights on.
  • (Trunk-lid slams shut)
  • ( sniffing )
  • Whoo!
  • How about another kiss?
  • Hey.
  • Cool it, Randall.
  • Let's wait for the chief.
  • LOBO: Hey.
  • I'm game.
  • Hey, shut him up.
  • Watch this.
  • Kick his ass!
  • GANT: Kick his fuckin' ass!
  • All right.
  • Yeah.
  • ( cell phone beeping )
  • See something you like, cupcake?
  • Uncuff me and let me kick your ass.
  • ( Reid laughs ) -Oh, really?
  • She thinks she's gonna whoop your ass, Gant.
  • I always knew Latinas were fiery.
  • Let's see what you got.
  • ( laughs )
  • Come on.
  • Oh, that's so cute.
  • Oh, that's cute.
  • She ain't playin'.
  • ( laughs )
  • I do believe that's the most action
  • you've seen in years without paying for it.
  • Oh, hey she's really choking you, bro.
  • Yeah she's choking you out! (Laughs)
  • She ain't playin'.
  • ( laughs )
  • Alexa.
  • Stop, you'll kill her!
  • McCain?
  • ( kiss )
  • Let's go check this out.
  • ( groans )
  • ( yells )
  • ( roars )
  • If you're gonna hit me, hit me.
  • Hey, Gant,
  • what about having a little conversation now?
  • Let's talk.
  • ( grunts )
  • ( neck cracks )
  • Hey, Justice, don't forget about me.
  • Lobo,
  • better catch up.
  • ( rustling outside )
  • ( Payden groans )
  • Stop!
  • No more killing.
  • Be still.
  • Oh, shit.
  • No...
  • No!!!
  • (Explosion)
  • ( car starts )
  • ( car drives away )
  • ALEXA: Where did he go?
  • (Whistles)
  • You okay?
  • I think so.
  • We're okay. We'll be all right.
  • Ladies, it was a pleasure.
  • How many bodies were recovered at the scene?
  • I don't know,
  • a lot.
  • Well, was Jack Justice one of the bodies recovered?
  • Mayor, what about the drugs that were found?
  • I don't know anything about that.
  • This is a black eye for Red Mesa.
  • Mayor, a black eye?
  • We got 12 dead bodies.
  • I just don't know anything.
  • Excuse me.
  • Yes. Can I help you?
  • I wanted to know how Agent Lobo was doing.
  • Lobo?
  • You mean as in "wolf"?
  • Yeah. Is he okay?
  • Ma'am, I don't know an Agent Lobo.
  • Sure you do, he's partners with Agent Cobb.
  • Ma'am, I can assure you there's no Agent Cobb or Lobo
  • that's working on this case.
  • ALEXA: What exactly do you do?
  • I clean up messy situations.
  • I used to make problems disappear.
  • Do you have jurisdiction here?
  • I can go anywhere.
  • ( cell phone buzzing )
  • Yeah.
  • Where are you?
  • Let's go.
  • ♪ Born this way, I was born this way ♪
  • ♪ I was born this way ♪
  • ♪ I was born this way ♪
  • ♪ I was born this way ♪
  • ♪ I was born this way ♪
  • ♪ I was born this way ♪
  • ♪ I was b-b-b-b-b-- ♪
  • ♪ My spirit starts shit, my mind's hot-wired ♪
  • ♪ You can't blame me for it ♪
  • ♪ You spark my fire ♪
  • ♪ I paid a lot more ♪
  • ♪ I walk a tight wire ♪
  • ♪ I w-w-w-walk a tight wire ♪
  • ♪ I walk a tight wire ♪
  • ♪ I insist I'm insane, for instance ♪
  • ♪ Just so intense ♪
  • ♪ Do you got that kind of comfort ♪
  • ♪ Keep that don't want to start with a bang ♪
  • ♪ Don't think I'll ever be there it's a big suspense ♪
  • ♪ Don't think I'll ever be there it's a big suspense ♪
  • ♪ It's a big suspense ♪
  • ♪ I keep hearing these voices screaming "pull it" ♪
  • ♪ And I listen, I'm dangerous ♪
  • ♪ I blow up ♪
  • ♪ Demolition ♪
  • ♪ They ask for patience ♪
  • ♪ Well, I'm sick of waiting ♪
  • ♪ I get down to business Don't ask for forgiveness ♪
  • ♪ I live my life dangerous till I overdose on it ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad, I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I consume death, the devil I digest ♪
  • ♪ I keep him locked in my closet ♪
  • ♪ I bury every skeleton ♪
  • ♪ The hell with it ♪
  • ♪ I'm raising hell again ♪
  • ♪ Out of the darkness ♪
  • ♪ Not afraid to start shit ♪
  • ♪ I got so many demons ♪
  • ♪ They're starting to start a riot ♪
  • ♪ I get so crazy and I can't stay quiet ♪
  • ♪ I'd fucking lose it ♪
  • ♪ If I ever heard silence ♪
  • ♪ My words are deadly, don't murder gently ♪
  • ♪ Afraid of nobody, my hands are steady ♪
  • ♪ It's getting heavy, I hope you're ready ♪
  • ♪ You better take me seriously stop the bulk of me ♪
  • ♪ You're actually helping me Death is my remedy ♪
  • ♪ Leave it to me to give it a quick squeeze ♪
  • ♪ When I botch the plan they will leave ♪
  • ♪ if I ask for this, babe, do it, please ♪
  • ♪ Be the baddest mother-- ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I wasn't born with options ♪
  • ♪ Everyone trying to tell me to be good ♪
  • ♪ Drop it, I was born this way ♪
  • ♪ I was born with swag ♪
  • ♪ I'm so fresh, it's an accident ♪
  • ♪ You couldn't be bad if you paid ♪
  • ♪ I'm that bad motherfucker ♪
  • ♪ Whip that bad motherfucker limp ♪
  • ♪ I'm getting justice ♪
  • ♪ I'm gonna make you my fucking bitch ♪
  • ♪ I came from nothing, I still got nothing ♪
  • ♪ That's some scary shit and sure to fuck with this ♪
  • ♪ Lost my whole life so nothing to prove,
  • ♪ I'm done explaining, I got nothing to lose ♪
  • ♪ I get a bad rap I don't give one back, I refuse ♪
  • ♪ When I feel like the end's near ♪
  • ♪ Like I need some good last words ♪
  • ♪ And I'm so fucked up ♪
  • ♪ It's like I got the barrel backwards ♪
  • ♪ But I was born a fucking bad ass ♪
  • ♪ Fucking pussy ass coward ♪
  • ♪ Backed into a corner ♪
  • ♪ Claustrophobic and got to get out ♪
  • ♪ You're lucky as hell ♪
  • ♪ If you just get knocked the fuck out ♪
  • ♪ I guess blame your parents ♪
  • ♪ It must be their fault ♪
  • ♪ You can't be like me ♪
  • ♪ I'll show you what being bad's all about ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪
  • ♪ I was born to be bad ♪

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**This film is under license from Vision Films Inc. All rights reserved**

American Justice - Jack Justice (Tommy "Tiny" Lister) is an LAPD cop, who is suspended from the police force due to his reckless actions while fighting crime. Jack travels to a Texas border town and teaches the corrupt sheriff (John Schneider) his brand of lethal justice.