Re: The Dent Act
After Lau was caught in TDK, he agreed to cooperate with Dawes and Dent. Since he had taken a chunk of the mob's assets to keep them safe, wouldn't he have information on his underworld clients that the police could put to good use?
Edit: You can't look at what's being shown and infer the key points of the Dent Act? I figured that was what Nolan was going for this time around, rather than heavyhanded info dumps.
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