I Witness

Bueno, gracias.
- Should I be concerned?
- Nah. It's not political.

My men were chasing some thieves,
one jumped from the roof.

The ground gave away under him.
We found a collapsed tunnel
down there.

- Twenty-one bodies and counting.
- Who are they?

Campesinos. The unfortunates.
We think they were digging a
drug runner's tunnel for Valdon.

- It must have, caved in on them.
- Who's handling the investigation?

Detective Castillo.
- Is he honest?
- He's homicide. Not narcotics.

Let him by.
Rhodes, I thought you were dead.
Wishful thinking, Douglas.
You're a long way from Mexico City.

War on drugs,
State Department priority.

- Didn't take you long to get here.
- Well, you know how it is.

Dig up a mass grave, everybody
starts talkin'. James Rhodes...

International Rights Watch.
Good to see we have the full
cooperation of the authorities.

This is a civil investigation.
It is none of your business.

My men will escort
you off the property.

Oh, well, ya see, that wouldn't
be too smart because them people...

will think you're trying
to cover something up.

Of course we are.
We're the Mexican police.

Captain thinks this is one of the
Valdon Cartel's...

cross-border drug tunnels.
There's no cover up here.

Oh, good. Well then
no one should be concerned...

with my organization's presence.
We'll want the usual.

Witness depositions, police files,
all the lab and autopsy reports.

You will get the file report
when it is released to the press.

International Rights Watch is
gonna wanna know what happened...

here and why, Cap., and we can do
this with or without your permission.

This man is trespassing.

Talk to him, Draper.
Remember, the border's right there.