Previously on Broadchurch... [medical examiner] Cause of death was asphyxiation.
He was strangled.
[Alec] Forensics from the hut.
Boot print in the mud up the hill match with one they found inside.
It's a man's, size 10.
[Alec] Danny's life touched many people, and we'll be looking at all those connections.
If you or someone you know has any information, has noticed anything unusual, please come forward now.
Um, I'd urge everyone, don't hide anything.
Because we will find out.
If a member of your family, or a friend, or a neighbor has been behaving differently in the past days or weeks, please tell the police immediately.
There will be no hiding place for Danny's killer.
We will catch whoever did this.
Office to be cleared by the end of the day, please.
I think I know who the killer is.
[Elaine] Well, don't walk away from me!
Mate, where's your laptop?
-Mum needs it for the investigation.
-It's not here.
-Well, where is it?
Um... -[stammers] I lost It.
-When did you lose it?
A week back.
Why didn't you tell us?
-Well, you've both had a lot on your mind.
Don't lie to me, Tom.
Where's the computer?
Oh, my little baby sis, you never let me down!
You know this'll sort everything.
Look, we're running out of time.
My boss is on his way out.
And I'm scared to death another child is gonna get hurt.
So you just tell me what you saw.
The night of Danny's death, I was up.
I was looking out the window down the road, and I saw a man in the distance, dark clothes, hat.
He was shoving a bag into someone's bin.
The bag looked like it had clothes in it.
Why's she just coming forward with this now?
I think something jogged her memory.
-Did you find your boy's computer?
-He said it'd been stolen.
-Do you believe him?
-I called them, asked them to come in.
You called them without telling me?
Well, I'm telling you now.
How's the surveillance going?
Susan Wright's caravan is completely empty, all cleared out, no sign of her or the dog.
She's just vanished?
Our key witness has just disappeared.
So where is Nigel Carter?
The surveillance team lost him.
So where is he?
-They don't know.
They said he shook them off when he disappeared down a back alley.
What is the matter with you people?
He's a major suspect.
Get uniform, scour the area, bring him here now.
Do you understand?
Mom, it's me.
When you get this message, I don't want you to worry.
But people are gonna be saying things, and I don't want you listening to them, and I don't want you to believe them.
Things are just a bit mixed up, that's all.
I'll be home soon.
So you look after yourself.
[police sirens wailing] My computer got nicked.
I left it in a bag and then it was gone.
You mustn't lie to me, Tom.
Paul Coates said you threatened to accuse him of all sorts of shenanigans if he was to give this over to us.
You threatened the vicar?
Why'd you smash it up, Tom?
It had my emails with Danny on it.
And are these your emails?
-How did you get those?
-They were stored on your server.
We haven't seen these before because Danny was using a different email address to the one on his home computer.
You're the only person he wrote to from this address.
No, no, actually, you and one other person.
I think he sent them from his phone.
Where did he get his phone from?
He said he saved up from his paper round.
Why didn't you mention that you and Danny fell out?
I thought you already knew.
In these emails, Danny's asking you to stay away from him.
He says he doesn't want to see you anymore, and you're no longer friends.
Why was that?
He said he found a new friend.
Someone who understood him better than me.
You write to Danny, "I wish you were dead."
He replies, "Wishing won't make it happen."
You email back, "I could kill you if I wanted."
For God's sake, that's just kids.
It's just boys falling out.
-Did you kill Danny, Tom?
I'm talking to your son, Joe.
If you're lying to me, Tom, there'll be very serious consequences.
Now, if you want to tell me you were involved in Danny's death, -this is the-- -That's enough!
You want to keep questioning him like that, we need a solicitor.
We're done for now.
We need a DNA sample.
Then you can go.
Oh, Tom, um, what is your shoe size, Tom?
-What about you, Joe?
What are you doing?
-What are we gonna do about the room?
-How do you mean?
The baby, the baby's coming.
Means we have to clear the room.
I don't want to clear the room.
[Ellie] Sir, why did you call me all the way down here?
What's going on?
I was here before.
On this beach.
I came here as a kid.
We had a tent on some campsite near the cliffs.
I tried looking for it when I first came.
You came on holiday to Broadchurch?
Didn't remember it was here till the day I arrived.
Freaked me out.
Those bloody cliffs still there, still the same.
I used to sit under them, get away from my parents arguing.
They kept bickering till the day Mom died.
Last thing she ever said to me, she said, "God will put you in the right place.
Even if you don't know it at the time."
What are you saying that for?
-[cell phone ringing] Hello?
It's Danny's phone.
It's back on.
They're tracing the signal now.
The killer must've switched it on again.
We can track the signal.
Right, you get back, question Nigel Carter, get the truth out of him.
This is Hardy, will you send the tracking signal coordinates to my phone?
You've done good work on this, Miller.
[cell phone ringing] [cell phone beeping] Just pull up here.
Stay here, all right?
I'll call you.
[beeping continues] [beeping continues] [heart beating] [heartbeats accelerating] [sighing] I'm sick of hiding.
[sighs] I know I said tonight was the last time, but we're not doing anything wrong.
I'm not going to meet you anymore.
Oh, come on, Dan.
-Try and stop me, I'll tell Dad.
-No, no, no, let's not be silly.
I mean, what would you say anyway?
We meet up and hug?
You tell your Dad, and he won't understand.
You tell people what we've been doing, they won't understand, no one will understand.
They'll say it's wrong and it's sick, and it's not.
It will ruin everything.
The whole of our world, the whole of our lives.
And it'll be on you.
-Is that what you want?
[Danny groans] -Danny!
-Get away from me!
-What are you doing, son?
Whoa, whoa, whoa... What are you doing?
[Danny] We shouldn't have ever done this.
[Joseph] I'm sorry.
I shouldn't have said those things.
Let's go back together.
-What are you doing?
-[panting] Promise this'll stay between us.
Then you can leave.
-Just promise, Dan.
I know what you want from me.
-I don't want anything.
-You do and you're too afraid to ask.
You need not to say those things, Dan.
Why don't you do them to Tom instead?
-I am not that man!
I never touched you, I never touched Tom, and I never will, do you understand?
You should not say those things about me!
I helped you!
And you won't spoil it!
You do not spoil it!
[panting] [spraying] [panting] -[car approaching] -[clattering] Shit, shit, shit.
Here you go, mister.
Back to the real world.
-Tonight was a lot of fun.
-I had more than a good time.
[car engine staring] [car engine starting] [panting] [breathing heavily] [Alec] What was the exact nature of your relationship with Danny?
I was in love with him.
-When did this start?
-About nine months ago.
Mark gave Danny a split lip.
Danny came round to ours, to see Tom.
Didn't know where else to go to.
I fixed him up.
Then what happened?
He'd come round to play with Tom.
He'd always come and find me, we'd have a chat.
He told me he couldn't talk to his dad like that.
That's when we started meeting, just the two of us.
[Alec] Did you tell Ellie or Tom?
-I wanted something that was mine.
Ellie has her job, Tom does his own thing.
But Danny... [sighing] I felt like he needed me.
-Where did Ellie think you were?
[Alec] So you lied about where you were?
-Did you ever touch him?
All I ever asked for... was for him to hold me.
Standing up, sitting down?
In a chair.
How long would the hugs last?
Why does it matter?
I need to have the facts, Joe.
I need to understand.
If I can't understand it, why should you?
Did you ever give Danny presents?
[sighing] Mobile phone beginning of the year.
Told him not to show Mark and Beth.
-Did you ever give him any cash?
It was part of our spending money for Florida.
Why did you need to give Danny that amount of money, Joe?
I wanted him to love me.
Two nights ago, why did you call from the hut?
I couldn't take anymore.
I caused Jack's death, too.
I knew you'd check the number.
I wanted it just to be you, to confess.
Then I saw Ellie, so I ran.
-[sighs] Does Ellie know?
[sighing] I don't know, why don't you ask her?
Sir, do you mind?
I'm in the middle-- For the sake of the tape, DI Hardy-- Interview terminated at 1:33 p.m. -Take him.
-He's my suspect!
-Sit down, Miller.
-What is going on?
It's not him.
How do you know?
I need to ask you a couple of things.
Where were you the night of Danny's death?
Just, please, I'll explain, but we just-- We need to keep this simple.
So I'll ask questions, you give me the answers.
-What, you think it was me?
-Where were you?
-Are you serious?
Don't call me Ellie.
Tell me where you were the night that Danny Latimer died.
I was at home.
We'd just got back from Florida that morning.
So that night, what did you do?
Get ready for work?
I went to bed.
I get terrible jetlag, so I have these pills I take, and they knock me out.
What time did you go to bed?
Half 7:00, 8:00.
Why are you asking me this?
Did you notice Joe come to bed?
Okay, no more questions.
You tell me what's going on.
What are you doing?
Why are you coming round here?
It was Joe.
Joe killed Danny Latimer.
What the fuck?
No, he didn't.
We have him in custody.
[crying] [retching] It's all right.
Susan Wright... -She saw Nige.
My sister... -No, they saw Joe.
Same build, facial similarities, bald head under the hat.
They thought they saw Nige, but they saw Joe.
It's not Joe.
It's not Joe.
It's not Joe.
I want to see him.
[sniffling] I want to see him.
I want to see him.
Are you sure?
[sniffling] You're not right, I want to see him.
You don't touch him.
You don't do anything that might jeopardize a conviction.
What am I gonna do?
He's bigger than me.
There are cameras everywhere.
Is it true?
I never touched Tom or Fred.
I never touched Danny.
-Ell, I've always loved you.
-He was 11!
I can't explain it.
-Can I see Tom?
-[whimpering] You're a fucking piece of shit!
[grunting] -[Alec] Get her off him!
-[Ellie screaming] All right, all right, all right!
Get her out!
[screeching] [Alec] We've booked you a family room at the hotel on the roundabout.
Pete'll meet you there with Tom and Fred.
You can pick some stuff up on the way.
Don't talk to anyone, shut the curtains, lock the door.
Don't answer the phone to anyone that isn't me.
If you need me to do anything on the paperwork or stuff I've been following up, my desk's a mess.
Tell me this isn't happening.
-Is this my car?
I'll see you soon.
I've just come to pick up some clothes, toys for the kids, that sort of stuff.
I'll have to accompany you around while you pick up your things.
I'm so sorry, Ellie.
We were happy here.
[cell phone ringing] -[Karen] Hello.
-It's DI Hardy, Broadchurch.
You, mate, are a bastard.
You gave the Sandbrook story to Olly.
We've got Danny Latimer's killer.
Who is it?
I'll be making a statement in three hours.
No one else has advance warning.
If you're down here, you'll have first access.
But why'd you call me?
At 5:00 p.m., I'll tell the family.
Er, I'll then make a short statement to the media.
And then we all need to be on hand.
Because this information is going to run a crack through this community.
You all know DS Miller.
She, um, has been removed from the case and put on leave with full pay.
There is no suggestion that she knew.
There is no suggestion that she covered anything up.
You're her colleagues and her friends.
This is unthinkable for her.
She'll need you.
-She'll need all of us.
-[Ellie] This is nice.
This is an adventure.
Are you hungry?
We could get chips.
We could sit on the bed, watch telly, eat chips out the packet.
Tell me what's happening.
[knocking on door] -Mark, do you have a minute?
-Course I do.
[door closes] -[Alec] Hi, Beth.
Um... Maybe we could all take a seat.
We have charged someone with Danny's murder.
-I don't want to know.
No, that's good.
Is it someone we know?
It's Joe Miller.
Oh, my God.
No, it can't be.
They only live across the field.
He and Danny had been meeting in secret for the last few months.
We can't tell you much more, but we do believe that we have the right person.
But Ellie... She didn't know.
[door closes] [Beth] Are you sure?
-We're fairly certain, yeah.
[Ellie] Tom, there's something you need to know.
They, um... We've found out who killed Danny.
Sweetheart, it was your dad.
[Tom sniffling] I can't explain it.
I really wish I could.
Tom, I have to ask you.
Why did you send those threatening emails to Danny?
He said he didn't want to be my friend anymore.
Said he found a new friend.
I was angry.
That was Dad, wasn't it?
A 38-year-old man from Broadchurch has today been charged with the murder of Daniel Latimer.
Danny's family have been informed and ask for privacy at this time.
-Have you heard who it is?
-Yeah, I just got a call.
[Alec on TV] I would ask all members of the media not to do anything that would prejudice the suspect's right -to a fair trial.
-Who is it?
Who did it?
[Alec on TV] ...affected the whole local community.
-Few people have been left untouched.
Um... As the senior investigating officer, I would respectfully ask...
...that the town is now left alone to come to terms with what took place here.
-Just get your stuff.
The privacy of everyone co ncerned should be respected.
Get your things.
We are not currently looking for anyone else in relation to the crime.
This has been a delicate and complex investigation, and it has left its mark on a close-knit town.
Now is the time for Broadchurch to be left to grieve and heal, away from the spotlight.
-[cameras clicking] [inaudible] [guard] I never did this.
You've got five minutes.
[door closes] Mark.
You were our friend.
You were in our house.
I'm so sorry.
[inhales sharply] You not man enough to kill your own boy?
You had to take mine?
It was an accident.
I put him on the beach so you'd know.
-I could have left him at sea.
-Have you even heard yourself, Joe?
He only came to me in the first place because you were no sort of father to him, because you hit him.
Don't use me as a fucking excuse!
It was once, only ever once.
And I'll suffer for that for my whole life now.
You did things to him, didn't you?
I know that they say you didn't, but you must have.
I swear, honestly, I never did.
That's not me.
I only ever cared for him.
You have to believe that.
I thought I'd hate you, Joe.
But seeing you in here, you're not even worth that.
I just pity you.
Because you're nothing.
[knocking on door] [Fred babbling] All right, mate?
[Lucy] I'm so sorry.
I'm gonna go for a walk.
-[Tom] Is it the new one?
-[Olly] It is the new one, yeah.
How are you doing, Freddie?
[Karen] DS Miller?
I'm so sorry for what you're going through.
Don't talk to anyone.
How could you not know?
[Ellie] How could he... Ho w could any adult be in love with an 11-year-old boy?
Is he a pedophile?
'Cause he didn't do anything.
And the pathologist said there was no record of abuse on Danny, either historic or recent.
And I asked Tom, and he said Joe never touched him.
So what does that make him?
Why do you need a category?
I need to understand.
Well, [sighs] just because he didn't abuse either boy, it doesn't mean that he wouldn't have gone on to.
-Doesn't mean he would've, either.
We'll never be sure.
[stammering] He said he was in love.
Maybe he was romanticizing to justify what he felt.
Or maybe that's as it was.
I mean, I don't have these answers, I don't.
People are unknowable.
And... [sighs] You can never really know what goes on inside someone else's heart.
I should've seen it.
-I'm a bloody detective!
Miller, the brilliant copper, was lying next to the murderer.
I want to kill him.
-When did you suspect?
-Last day or so.
There was an email account on Danny's missing phone.
It only had two contacts.
It was just Tom and Joe, so.
All along, you said, don't trust.
I really wanted to be wrong.
Wessex Police tonight announced they have made an arrest in the murder of 11-year-old Danny Latimer.
The town of Broadchurch... [Rev.
Paul] The Bible says, "Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice.
Be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgive one another, as God in Christ forgave you."
After what we've been through, I don't know.
But we have a responsibility, to ourselves and to our God, to try.
What will you do?
Go somewhere else.
Give the kids a fresh start.
Your life is here.
How can I walk down the High Street now?
-What about you?
-Oh, I'm done.
It's all over.
Look at us.
The Former Detectives Club.
[Beth] What's that?
[Becca] How did everyone know?
-Was this you?
-I passed the word.
Maybe the word was good.