• Why was Raymond Reddington's immunity agreement not mentioned before the court case?

    3 days ago - By Movies Stack Exchange

    We see in S6E3 "The Pharmacist" that Red is forced to go through the process of defending himself despite being a confidential informant of the federal government.
    Assistant Director Cooper is in the courtroom whilst this is going on, and continues to allow it until being directly called up by the judge herself.
    What possible reason would they have to not mention this beforehand? Did they want Red to get charged? Was he just fucking messing with Red to see how well he could self-represent?
    I'm not a lawyer by any stretch of the imagination, but I feel as though something like this...
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