When the body of his wife and another man are found at the bottom of a seaside cliff, Farr confronts his wife's lover (Hartnell) and tells him that he has killed the pair and that he is going to frame Hartnell for the crime. Hartnell dispatches henchman Lorre to kill Farr, but he fails.
Finally, it is revealed that the wife committed suicide, but that the man had been pushed. Lorre tries to confess to the crime, then flees up to the roof. Hartnell goes to try to talk him down, but instead encourages Lorre to jump. This is the evidence of his guilt the police have been waiting
for, and they step in to make the arrest. Lorre obviously was not the least bit interested...