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The Sinnerman is a criminal mastermind who previously operated in the Midwest. [[Marcus Pierce]] claims that he encountered him in Chicago. Pierce says that he ran away to [[Los Angeles]] after the Sinnerman killed his brother.
 
The Sinnerman is a criminal mastermind who previously operated in the Midwest. [[Marcus Pierce]] claims that he encountered him in Chicago. Pierce says that he ran away to [[Los Angeles]] after the Sinnerman killed his brother.
   
[[Lucifer Morningstar]] believes the Sinnerman was responsible for kidnapping him at the end of [[season 2]]. The Sinnerman knows that Lucifer is the devil. He trapped Lucifer in a room with walls of steel one foot thick, so Lucifer couldn't escape even with his supernatural strength. Sinnerman also knows about Lucifer's powers of learning about people's desires and after being captured by the police, he intentionally blinded himself so Lucifer's powers would not work on him.
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[[Lucifer Morningstar]] believes the Sinnerman was responsible for kidnapping him at the end of [[season 2]]. The Sinnerman knows that Lucifer is the devil and trapped him in a room closed off by reinforced steel to subdue his supernatural strength. He also knows about Lucifer's powers of learning about people's desires and after being captured by the police, he intentionally blinded himself so Lucifer's powers would not work on him.
   
 
In {{ep|312}}, after being exposed as Cain, Pierce admits that the Sinnerman was his right-hand man and the closest thing he had to a friend. However, Pierce claims that the Sinnerman went rogue and that he does not know why the Sinnerman did what he did. Thus, Pierce concludes, "I had to take him out."
 
In {{ep|312}}, after being exposed as Cain, Pierce admits that the Sinnerman was his right-hand man and the closest thing he had to a friend. However, Pierce claims that the Sinnerman went rogue and that he does not know why the Sinnerman did what he did. Thus, Pierce concludes, "I had to take him out."
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