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Details - Make - Me - Enemy
Read on for the details of “Make Me the Enemy”:
SIBLING RIVALRY | The mystery file that Gov. Birkhead gave Annalise last week contains Emmett Crawford’s phone records, which indicate that just moments after Annalise quit her job at Caplan & Gold a few months back, Emmett called one of the prison guards that was present at the time of Nate Sr.’s death. At first, Annalise is skeptical of the records (and she has good reason to be, considering the extremely shady governor provided them). But Tegan later brings Annalise into her office at the firm, and she reveals that she called in a favor to obtain Emmett’s real phone records — and they match the document that the governor gave Annalise.
Evidence - Emmett - Letters - Nate - Sr
And that’s not the only evidence against Emmett: In one of the letters that Nate Sr. had written Annalise’s mother, he described a visit from “some slick lawyer” who wanted Nate Sr. to fire Annalise as his representation and hire him instead. Plus, Nate gets his hands on a grainy image from the prison’s security camera, and it shows Nate Sr. meeting with a man who is dressed in a suit with his hair slicked back. The mystery man can only be seen from the back — and the photo is seriously pixelated —...
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