Or maybe this third person in Detective Baluja's opinion didn't look like he had anything to do with the other two people, maybe an uninvolved bystander who has different ideas about interpersonal distances between themselves and strangers?Could it have been possible that somehow the face was obscured by one of those pesky black boxes that the government is so fond of using when they're trying to keep something confidential?
Or maybe the third person just looked so damn scary to Detective Baluja that he didn't even want to try to identify him..
Huh? He hasn't been able to identify this third person?! This is the same Detective Baluja that received a commendation for his investigative skills, yet he hasn't tried to identify this third person? WTF?! Why don't we take a look at this photo that Detective Baluja was having such a hard time with, let's see just how hard it is to identify this third person...
WHOOPS! That ain't no CSI $hit folks! That's about as clear of a photo as you could ask for. So what's the problem? Look at the body language, look at the facial expressions, HOW THE HELL COULD THE TWO PEOPLE ON THE LEFT NOT KNOWN WHO THE GUY ON THE RIGHT WAS?! Once again, I reiterate, we're in no way shape or form accusing the guy on the right of any wrong doing, consider though that if the two people on the left were at the bank, engaged in some nefarious activity, wouldn't any prudent detective want to find out who the guy on the right is? Wouldn't you at least want to chat with him? Maybe ask him a few questions? At the very least ask him who his barber is?!
We're forgetting one important point here, we're dealing with Jorge Baluja, in Jorge's universe (at least based on what we've seen over the last few months) NOTHING MAKES SENSE!