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Mar 25, 8:56pm Top

What did you think about them abducting Albert Trent?

Mar 25, 9:06pm Top

I didn't have high hopes for that plan as I fully expected Seagraves to kill him as soon as he saw him at the exchange. To Seagraves, everyone is expendable it seems.

Mar 25, 11:41pm Top

I was pretty sure Seagraves was keeping an eye on Trent. I had no doubt he was planning to kill Trent when the timing was right.

Mar 26, 7:15am Top

Seagraves needed Trent...until he didn't. I think everyone and anyone is dispensable to Seagraves. He knows that the jig is up so wasn't too surprised that he was cleaning up the house.

Mar 26, 2:26pm Top

I knew it was final days for Albert Trent.

Mar 26, 4:47pm Top

Great idea. It gave them leverage to set up the meeting on their own terms. No way would Seagraves let the Feds get their hands on Trent, so he had to agree to a swap - which gave Stone at least a fighting chance of getting his team away.

Mar 27, 12:20am Top

I had a feeling that he wasn't going to make it. Too much of a liability for Seagraves.


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