A/N: I do not own Angel or NCIS. Other people with far more money than me do.
Jethro Gibbs was having a bad day. Two marines had been found dead, throats slashed. There was no blood in them or at the scene, so they had obviously been moved. They had a suspect in custody, a slightly effeminate young man with a sullen look. They had apprehended him at the scene, but due to the lack of a murder weapon or other evidence, they needed to somehow get a confession to put the bastard away.
Gibbs slammed his fist down on the table in the interrogation room. The suspect, one 'Connor Angel,' did not even blink. If anything, his smirk got even larger.
"You were found at the scene of the crime. Witnesses say they saw you fighting with someone, and the only others on the scene were the victims. On top of that, you are obviously are using a fictitious name. The only 'Connor Angel' from L.A. that we've managed to find is under two years old. You are going down for the murder of two marines. Confess now and maybe you'll avoid the death penalty."
Connor leaned back in his chair, and, to the shock of the senior NCIS agent, put his feet up on the table. "If you actually had anything on me, you'd be presenting it to me right now. I didn't kill those guys; someone else did. Maybe you should go look for them, instead of bothering me."
Just then, the interrogation room door opened and admitted a younger, nervous looking agent.
"What is it now, DiNozzo?" Gibbs demanded, angry at the interruption.
After a few moments of whispering, Gibbs stood up with a growl. "Well, it looks like you're free to go, Mr. 'Angel.' Apparently your lawyers have pulled some strings to get you out." He leaned forward. "I will be watching you, though. Make one wrong move, and you'll be back here faster than you can blink."
Connor just laughed. "Yeah, right. I'll see you around, Agent Gibbs. But you won't see me."
As Connor left the building, Gibbs turned to his subordinate. "DiNozzo, I want you to get me everything you can find on this 'Wolfram and Hart' law firm. Something about them just sounds dirty...