LINE Of Duty fans are convinced hated DS Patricia Carmichael is the shadowy ‘H’ after tonight’s explosive episode.
At one point she hammered her pen on the desk four times – spelling out ‘H’ in Morse Code.
Line of Duty fans are now convinced that DS Patricia Carmichael is the shadowy ‘H’
Morse Code is an alphabet that spells out words or messages – for example the distress signal ‘SOS’ – using a series of short and long sounds.
But by tapping out four short sharp raps on a table, as Carmichael did, it indicates the letter ‘H’.
The criminal mastermind – known only by the single letter – has long been thought to be at the heart of police corruption on Line Of Duty.
Many now put Carmichael, played with loathsome brilliance by 43-year-old Anna Maxwell Martin, as favourite to be exposed as H.
While interrogating Jo Davidson she tapped her pen on the desk four timesCredit: BBC
The smug cop is on a mission to force Ted Hastings into early retirementCredit: BBC
One fan wrote: “Don’t mean to alarm anyone but 👀 at Carmichael’s pen? Tapped four times and H in Morse code is • • • •.”
Another tweeted: “PATTY C JUST TAPPED 4 TIMES MORSE CODE FOR H??”
In an epic interrogation scene in last night’s Line Of Duty, the DS repeatedly steered the conversation away from police corruption while interrogating Jo Davidson.
And she slapped down Supt Ted Hastings when he attempted to talk about his favourite subject, the “fourth man” pulling the strings inside Central Police.
Line of Duty fans were treated to an epic interrogation on the BBC drama
Ted is determined to crack the case before he’s pushed into early retirement
Carmichael told him: “The interviewee has repeatedly said she doesn’t know about any of this.
“It’s a dead end. So let’s focus on events surrounding the events of the killing of Ryan Pilkington.”
She then turned to Steve saying: “DS Arnott. Let’s chivvy things along shall we?”
Many fans were left fuming by her behaviour and insisting she had replaced murderous Ryan as the show’s public enemy No1 after he was gunned down last night.
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