After murdering of O'Connor, Lewis Wilson crafted bombs and planted them in the ATF Field Office, 10th Precinct Police Station and federal courthouse. In the explosion, multiple civilians were killed and injured. Police and FBI began a hunt for the bomber. Wilson writes a manifesto and mails it to New York Bulletin journalist Karen Page. Lewis wants Karen to print the manifesto as a call to arms. Karen wants to print the letter and a reply and Ellison agrees to print an editorial if the FBI allows it.
Karen prints her reply to Lewis, calling him a coward and terrorist at The Ricky Langtry Show. During the talk show, Lewis called in and threatened her. Frank Castle recognized a phrase that Lewis say "sic semper tyrannis" and remembers that he heard it before. Curtis Hoyle recognized a phrase too and arrive at O'Connor's home where Wilson was hiding.
Micro found information about Wilson and tracked his phone. Castle refused to call to NYPD and decided to deal with Wilson himself. He found unconscious Hoyle with the bomb and woke him up. Castle examined the bomb, Wilson who watched the house saw Castle and outside called on Hoyle's phone. Castle told him to surrender to the authorities and accused of cowardice. Wilson refused to say that Castle did not do this. To earn Wilson's trust, Castle told him about how Hoyle lost his leg. At that time, cops called by Wilson drove up to the house. Castle pushed him and Wilson said him to cut the white wire. He defused the bomb and ran away from the police officers. They finally caught him up but Castle knocked them out, took their car and escaped.
- "An anonymous tip led police to this house in Queens where Castle was fleeing the scene. Police were unable to apprehend Castle, but this image was caught on a dashboard camera. Facial recognition software confirms - that the man you are looking at is indeed Frank Castle. He is alive."
- ―WHiH World News Anchor