Cooper's Suspension from the FBIEdit
He questioned Cooper's activity in Canada, specifically the rescue of Audrey Horne and Cooper's motives behind this operation and the deaths that occurred within proximity of his visits to One Eyed Jack's. He said that the DEA would be investigating due to the links to a drug operation and asked for Cooper's badge and gun. After Cooper left, Hardy requested Sheriff Harry S. Truman's cooperation, but the sheriff said that he was completely on Agent Cooper's side.
The next day, Hardy questioned Cooper's defense, but the suspended agent had none, insisting that he was innocent and willing to appear in court if necessary. Hardy suggested he support himself, but Cooper was unflappable. Roger told him that the next step of the case would be determined by the Canadian government and the DEA.
Behind the scenesEdit