It had been three years since the events that took place in the Manschied Village in Luxembourg, and Luc Capitani had recently been released from prison.
The court had decided that there was insufficient evidence to prove that he was responsible for the death of Vincent Da Costa, so they had acquitted him of the charge.
In the second season of “Capitani,” it is revealed that Luc is no longer employed by the police department, that he has relocated to the city, and that he has begun working as a private investigator. Even though Luc never really had a friendly demeanor, you could tell that he was happy and fulfilled when he was in the company of people like Carla Pariera, whom he loved, since it was visible on his face. Carla was the one who made him feel the most complete.
Now that the man had become a grim reaper, he was always on missions and had very no time or opportunity to cope with his own personal difficulties because he was constantly on the move. It became clear to us after listening in on his chats with his sister, who was also residing in the same area, that the ex-police officer was wracked with feelings of guilt. He felt ashamed of who he was and had a difficult time moving on from his past.
There are only a select few characters from the first season that make an appearance in the second season of “Capitani.” This is because the second season follows a completely separate case, and there is no significant connection that has been established to the Unicorn deal (in which Steve and his team were running a drug syndicate) up until this point.
The series explores, through the lens of its characters, the different unfavorable connections that people have throughout the course of their lives as a result of the events that occur in their lives. It discusses things like remorse, the yearning for freedom, the need for validation, and most importantly, the complex nature of justice in its many guises.
Luc Capitani is not only tasked with the responsibility of solving the case, but he also needs to gather the shattered pieces of his life and begin anew with a blank slate. But do you think he’ll be able to pull that off? When a person is waist-deep in muck, it is extremely challenging to emerge unsullied from the bog.
The scars from the past had not yet healed, and new ones were hiding in the shadows, ready to pounce on him with full power whenever the time was right. Therefore, let’s put together all of the facts, numbers, and findings that were given in Season 2 of “Capitani,” and see if Luc is able to solve the case and find the person responsible for the crime.
Capitani Season 2: Plot
The chain of events was set in motion when Luc Capitani received a phone call from a young woman named Bianca. Since it had been a few days since she had seen her friend Andreea, she begged him to look for her. He agreed to do so. A select few individuals had witnessed Andreea entering the parking lot, which was a location that most new recruits avoided entering.
Luc discovered the body of Andreea in the woods close to the streets where they typically waited for their customers. The body was recovered adjacent to the pond.
Both Andreea and Bianca were employed by Valentina Draga, who was the proprietor of the cabaret known as Le Carat. Because of the epidemic, their company had suffered a lot, and as a result, they were occasionally forced to resort to picking up independent clients from the streets.
Despite their best efforts, however, they were sometimes forced to do so. Dominik Draga, Valentina’s son, was the recipient of a particular obligation that was delegated to him by his mother.
He had been requested by her to persuade Luc to take a job with them. Valentine had come to the conclusion that it was no longer safe for her daughters to walk the streets alone. She knew that she needed someone who could utilise his intel to steer clear of potentially dangerous situations and who also had the same line of thinking as police officers.
Even though Luc Capitani was an ideal candidate for the position, no one could readily persuade him to work for them. A lot of the time, the expectations of the company didn’t correspond with his own uncompromising methods. Valentina, on the other hand, was a tenacious individual who would not relent until she had her way. As soon as she persuaded Luc to join her team, she assigned him the task of figuring out who was killing the girls.
Luc had discovered several chicken bones, feathers, and other black magic-related items around the body of Andreea. Nigerian females are subjected to a rite known as Juju, which is a sort of black magic. If they try to escape their captors, they are cursed. Luc had no doubt that the Nigerians were involved in the deaths in some way.
Males generally trafficked narcotics in Nigerian neighborhoods, while young women were exploited for sexual purposes. These women worked for a variety of people, including Valentine and Gibbes Koeing, the proprietor of the Mont Blanc cabaret.
Even though Valentina had a lot of power in the city, Gibbes was the one in charge. Before starting her own business, Valentina worked as a sex worker for him. Koenigs was still entitled to some of her earnings, however. The Nigerians would be out of jobs if they went into the drug business, according to her proposal. Gibbes, on the other hand, was not amused. His business was still going strong, unlike Valentina’s, therefore he didn’t want to get involved with narcotics.
Luc Capitani learned that Elsa Ley had been working in the Special Intervention Unit and was also in the city. When they were able to track down and collect evidence against all of the street vendors, they did so with the help of Tony Scholtes from the customs department. Elsa was taken aback when she saw Luc in the city; the two of them hadn’t spoken in a few years.
Prosecutor’s office was also interested in the region, as was the special intervention unit. Prosecutors tasked Luc with investigating cabaret venues like Blue Diamond, Le Carat, and Mont Blanc, where a slew of other criminal acts took place. Cousin Paulette, or Cojocaru Pascale, was assigned to keep an eye on Luc. Luc was being blackmailed by the prosecutor’s office, who threatened to reopen the case against Vincent Da Costa if he didn’t keep his end of the bargain.
Luc was only getting to grasp the city’s dynamics when another sex worker, Grace, was brutally murdered in a manner identical to that of Andreea’s victim. Unaware of the new circumstances, Lucky, Grace’s brother, arrived in the city in search of his sister.
As part of the Nigerian gang, Lucky had also begun dealing narcotics and questioning about the location of her sister. Elsa and Toni had been chasing him since he had repeatedly phoned Grace’s number before she died, and Luc manages to track him down and rescue him. Luc was posing as a good guy while actually being a bad guy.
He was on the lookout for the person or persons responsible for the deaths of the girls while also providing assistance to the prosecutor’s office. To make matters worse, there was just a short window of opportunity to devise a strategy to take out the Nigerians. Luc had learned that a Brazilian cocaine dealer was operating in the city near the Belgian border.
He accompanied Dominik on a tour of the area. Dominik’s outburst came out of nowhere, and the situation spiraled out of control. Carla Periera shows up to the crime scene, much to Luc’s surprise. She worked in distribution and was able to make things better. As a result of Carla’s engagement, Luc was forced to reevaluate his plans and possibilities.
Operation Dark Flower: What Was It? Is Grace Still Alive Or Has She Passed Away?
There was a unanimous agreement that Nigerians should be banned from doing business. With the help of Valentina Draga, Carla, Arthur Koenig, and the Special Intervention Unit, an agreement was reached. In all of this, the prosecutor’s office had a hidden agenda as well.
As long as the Nigerians got their hands filthy, they thought they had enough evidence to convict Valentina and the Koenig family of their crimes. Whatever Luc Capitani’s objective was, Cojocaru warned him that he had to ensure that a serious case could be made against Dominik or Arthur, the heirs of the empire possessed by Valentina and Monsieur Koenig.
The prosecution only allowed Luc to work with Carla if he met that stipulation; otherwise, they were concerned that his cover would be revealed because he and Carla had such a strong relationship. Every month, Carla explains, Italy sends a van full of fragrant things like flowers and plants.
What looks like everyday items is actually a drug shipment, which is then delivered to Nigerians working the streets. Initially, the intention was to enable the Valentina and Koenig families to take 50% of the package, which would exhaust Nigerians’ reserves; the French police were to stop the van at the border. It was decided that Carla would be appropriately compensated for her services because she was in charge of logistics and would have to identify the vehicles.
It was determined that Arthur would be on hand to keep a close eye on the situation. However, a group of masked assailants appeared out of nowhere, leaving Arthur bewildered. Dark Flower’s operation was over when Arthur and his soldiers were murdered by Valentina’s forces.
After the death of Gibbes Koenig’s son, Valentina requested that he retire with dignity and took over all of his enterprises, which he did. It appears that Gibbes suffered a heart attack and utterly disappeared from the scene. Despite this, the question of who killed Arthur remains unanswered: was it the Nigerians, or someone else?
When Luc spoke to Carla and learned that she had no idea who had done it, he realised that she was just as clueless. Furthermore, the French customs agents scheduled to meet Arthur at the border never showed up; instead, a call was placed from an unknown number claiming to be from the customs department. Nobody was able to track down the delivery van, and it was never located.
Luc took Lucky to the morgue in the midst of the confusion, so that he could get closure and prove that his sister had died. If Lucky is to be believed, the body found was not that of his sister. To begin with, Luc thought the man was delusional, but as it turned out, Grace was still alive and well.
Grace got in touch with Bianca and explained that she was mistakenly killed for another girl named Stella, who was wearing Grace’s pink wig as an identifier. It’s not until later that Bianca reveals to Lucky and Luc that Grace blamed the killings on their mother’s son, Dominik.
Andreea’s death was witnessed by her as he made his way into the jungle, she claims. Bianca, on the other hand, was utterly convinced that her lover, Dominik, was incapable of carrying out such a heinous murder.
Who Killed Arthur Koenig and Andreea on Capitani? Who’s the Murderer?
Luc Capitani began to understand when he watched Dominik suddenly earning a lot of money. He peddled drugs through his cabaret girls. Luc located the missing medications in the basement. He knew he killed Stella, Andreea, and Arthur. Valentina supported Luc’s theory. Her son disproved her belief that he was a weak link. Luc sensed something was lacking, and he didn’t think Dominik could handle everything by himself.
Bianca took Lucky to meet his sister despite Dominik’s questions about Grace. Luc organized everything because he wanted to know everyone’s true motives. Once Bianca departed with Lucky, Dominik would pursue and be captured. He realized he couldn’t use Lucky as bait, so he established a safe passage for him to escape and sat in the front seat. Elsa Ley arrived with SIU officer Tony Scholtes. Tony shot at the automobile, assuming it was Lucky, but Luc Capitani emerged.
Dominik didn’t kill anyone, despite being part of the plan. Stella, Andreea, and Arthur were killed by Tony. Valentina wanted a market monopoly to drive the Nigerians and Koenig daily out of business.
Tony wasn’t motivated solely by money since he had a personal vengeance. Tony was Valentina’s coworker at Gibbes Koenig’s son. Dominik and Tony were best friends after Valentina adopted Tony after his mother died at 21. Koenig mistreated him, and he became a vicious sadist. He liked killing girls and wasn’t compelled to. Luc Capitani shot him as he stabbed Elsa. Dominik survived Tony’s gunshots. Valentina consented to be an informant for the police and avoided a trial. She was shot dead by Koenig’s gunmen, who were still alive.
Albuquerque, who worked for the Italians, assassinated Carla. Betrayed, the Italians killed Carla. Bianca quit working for Valentina to escape the commotion. She asked Dominik to come, but she knew he couldn’t defy his mother.