WARNING: Plot spoilers ahead for LA Noire
In 1940s Los Angeles, crime never seems to rest. Recently promoted to the Homicide division, I’ve been working a particularly gruesome murder. The evidence hasn’t been very forthcoming, at once hard to grasp and too convenient. But suspects have been grilled, two of them chased through the streets of LA and hauled back to the police station. They are Hugo Moller, the victim’s husband, prone to anger and caught incinerating evidence; and Eli Rooney, a child molester who’s been haunting the school where the victim was last seen, and is in possession of her brooch.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://waypoint.vice.com/en_us/article/7x45az/la-noire-police-brutality-corruption