Leo deviates from the plan in the Kaleidoscope episode titled White on Netflix, breaking into Roger Salas’ safe. Due to their troubled past, Leo has a bitter resentment toward his ex-partner Roger. The FBI discovers evidence that leads to Roger’s imprisonment when they check his flooded safe. What you should know is as follows. Kaleidoscope’s “Violet” episode takes place 24 years prior to the theft. Leo Pap and Roger Salas are associates and criminal collaborators. Leo Pap used to go by the name Ray Vernon. Leo makes the decision to attempt to put his life of crime behind him following a robbery in which he narrowly missed drowning inside a safe.
Roger, unfortunately, falls into problems. He seeks Leo’s assistance to commit one last crime since he owes $250,000. Leo finally gives up after some hesitation. The primary attraction of the Christmas charity auction, where the couple intends to steal items, looks like a necklace with a big purple gemstone. Things disintegrate swiftly. When Roger notices Leo, he starts a fire to provide a distraction.
Leo finally discovers that Lilly, his wife, is within the structure, working while wearing headphones. In an effort to save his wife, Leo rushes back into the structure. Although Roger is closest to her, he chooses to leave rather than make an effort to save her. Leo is detained for the heist and maybe the arson, and Lilly perishes in the fire.
What did Leo hide in Roger’s safe in ‘Kaleidoscope’?
Leo has harbored animosity for Roger Salas for a long time. After his gang has stolen the bonds in the “White” episode, Leo goes back to the vault and enters Roger’s safe. He places the purple necklace from the robbery that happened 24 years ago there.
The morning following the theft, when the FBI examines Roger’s vault, they discover the necklace and take Roger into custody. The jewelry ties Roger to the heist that took place at the Christmas auction more than 20 years ago. Roger tells Leo he is serving a 20-year term, but his lawyer claims he will be released in eight when Leo sees him in jail.
Roger also may have lost his connection with his wife, kids, and business. Leo spent 25 years hatching a plan to get even with his ex-girlfriend. He says it over and over again: “It was never about money.” Leo was focused on eliminating Roger.