Freja Jensen, Danish journalist, is en route to Dorn with a story she claims would have international impact with thousands of lives at stake. Freja dies in the train lavatory before she reached The Hague. The team learns her coffee was poisoned with aconite and her laptop, which never left her possession, is also stolen. These combined facts convince the CL crew her death is no coincidence and her mystery story is real.
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Gert Fröbe, yeah, that guy from the James Bond film.
And Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.