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The latest evidence discovered in Jesse's murder points to known but never charged or thus convicted ecstasy manufacturer "Rainmaker" Jed Martin, who, despite not being indigenous, lives on the rez due to his largely absent wife being First Nations. Upon questioning, Jed does not deny knowing Jesse - or Danny for that matter, and Jesse and Danny's relationship - but does deny everything else, including his drug dealings. More and more evidence piles up on Jed which leads to him being charged with Jesse's murder. While Peter, Brady and Virginia are certain Jed did it, Annie believes the evidence is a little too convenient, her gut telling her that he is not guilty of murder. While Peter does keep to his promise to follow up on the Riddler if only for Annie's protection - although he does not tell Annie his specific actions on the matter - Annie cannot help but believe that Jesse's murder still has something to do with the Riddler and Sandy Driver's unsolved murder from over twenty years ago. Annie works partly on the remote possibility that Neil Driver is the Riddler. In her investigation in this matter, Annie does discover a tie between Jesse and Sandy - although she doesn't know what that piece of information actually means - and discovers that someone, probably the Riddler, has found a new way to observe her goings-on. The dealings of the case begin to take their toll on Annie, who has a passive-aggressive reaction to the current goings-on in Eddie's life.
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