One rather suspects that careful lab analysis will not be the breakthrough that solves this case. Rather, it will be our every-day detective skills and quick thinking...
Police are treating that forest fire as suspicious...
#1. Farm Owner: Peter Tait.
- Only found growing out of carcasses.
- The cat seems fresher today.
- Flowers (whole plants) poked into the cat, as if planted in it.
- Hypothesis: Flowers engineered to rejuventate, erm... animals.
- Others stuff was: fern, strawberries, rose, orchid flowers, misc stuff.
Don't ask me what really happened with the samples, I'm only the scribe. I think Margolis was going to set some test going on the flower's roots, and forward the rest to people she knows in the FBI.
#3. Full Wilderness - have address.
#4. Dawn Biozyme - have address.
Traxler drives by. It's a bit of a fortress: dead end street, high brick wall and barbed wire. Inside, a 3 storey operations building, two warehouse type buildings, a car park.
Incidentally, there are no impending lawsuits involving Dawn Biozyme.
Passwords in mind, Traxler mail-orders a bunch of surveillance gear.
Corezini, Finley and Tait each hold patents on designs showing questionable ethics. [Doh! What are the issues? Probably, they correspond to the treaties they are suspected of breaking.]
- One prohibiting transfer of genes between plants and animals.
- Two prohibiting genetic experiments on humans.
Ashford and Carter go to interview Jenny Armbruster, but her house has been sold and a new tennant moved in a week ago. Her new address in a lot in Renuncian(?), which is just across the mountain range from Delilah. A mere 5 hours drive. (Also, she used to go to the gym a lot...)
The next day, with Margolis encorcled by the demons of healing, Ashford and Carter drive out to a service of worship at Armbruster's new home, while Traxler and Day go curb crawling for the most buggable house...
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