Things aren't going well for James Gordon, and by day, he gets his parole request denied and sentenced to be placed in Blackgate until his trial, by night, Batgirl takes it upon herself to figure out who set up her father by beating the shit out of Pyg's men, and Batman when he tries to stop her.
Elsewhere in Gotham, Stephanie Brown is staying on the move, knowing too much of her father's plans to essentially to burn down Gotham, as well as the police being in on it. She finally gets in contact with her mom who seems to have a hard time believing her, but offers to pick her up... After Steph's mother hangs up the phone, SURPRISE! NEW 52, SUCKAS! She's in on everything with Cluemaster, and contacts her ex-husband to tell him he has a problem.
Back at the GCPD,
Knowing his old BFF is in town, Batman decides to pay Carmine Falcone a visit to basically say "Look motherfucker, I know what you're up to, I can't prove it, but I'm watching you." then of course Falcone plays dumb, saying he's just in town to make Gotham right again... and wrap up some unfinished business, making a note of the scratch scars on his face.
Bruce returns tot he cave to find Barbara at the computer recreating a holoprojection of the train station's security cameras, having noticed one man who spent three hours at the station, not doing anything or talking to anyone, only to leave right before the crash. She determines the man, Gonzolo Dominguez, a brazillian soap opera star, with Interpol red flags connecting him to the drug trade, to be the man who set her father up, or have something to do with it at least. Bruce points out she has no way of knowing that, but it doesn't matter to Babs, as she leaves the cave, determined to prove her father's innocence... hey, remember that cover that had her fighting with Scorpiana?
And finally, Gordon is welcomed into Blackgate, by the Warden he discharged from the force, and many of the criminals he had put there to begin with. As his cellmate Mr. Leone obviously points out... cops in Blackgate are pretty much there on a death sentence.