The police team is shocked as Maruf causes
Samet’s death. Maruf is taken to interrogation. Mesut informs Officer Cahit
about the situation. Maruf feels at ease during the interrogation as he is not
worried one bit. Cahit doesn’t want to believe the things he is told. Things go
in natural order as the crime-scene officer and Arda are questioned. Mesut and
Hüsnü carry out Maruf’s interrogation and he is sent to the general attorney.
Selin and Mesut wait together outside the general attorney’s office. The
attorney releases Maruf as he is to be kept under Officer Cahit’s surveillance
until the investigator questions him. Feeling brotherly, Cahit takes him to his
Maruf’s sister Şükran in Haymana, Ankara calls and tells him about
her trouble. Maruf and Şükran’s father Selahattin wants to marry Şükran to a
man in his fifties. Hearing this news, Maruf goes around Cahit, takes Kadir’s
wingman Basri and leaves to save his sister in his own methods. The number one
gun smuggler Kadir Yelence’s right-hand man Basri is stopped by the crew.
Reaching Kadir is only possible through getting to Basri. Basri is spotted in a
face-scanning system on the Ankara freeway. He is with someone but his face
cannot be identified. The car they’re driving is confirmed to be a rental and
they get an address by contacting the rental company. The address is in a close
radius to where Hüsnü is. He goes there with police back-up in the area. They
speak to the residence security for more information on Basri. Hüsnü leaves as
the rest of the police force remains there.
Meanwhile, Basri and Maruf come to
pick up some supplies at the house. Police officer Oktay recognizes Basri and
informs Chief Hüsnü. The Chief returns with a sudden decision and notices the
gunfight has already begun. Hüsnü gets shot on his back by Maruf as he tries to
save officers Hamdi and Oktay.
Back Streets is on Kanal D on April 22, at 20.00