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DCI John Luther (Character)
from "Luther" (2010)

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  1. "Luther"
        - Episode #3.4 (2013) TV episode, Played by Idris Elba
        - Episode #3.3 (2013) TV episode, Played by Idris Elba
        - Episode #3.2 (2013) TV episode, Played by Idris Elba
        - Episode #3.1 (2013) TV episode, Played by Idris Elba
        - Episode #2.4 (2011) TV episode, Played by Idris Elba
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From "Luther: Episode #1.1" (2010)
DCI John Luther: There was no evidence of an intruder.
Alice Morgan: But absence of evidence isn't evidence of absence.
DCI John Luther: I know, I'm making a leap. It's a little leap, though. It's more of a hop.
Alice Morgan: Is this where you ask me if I hated my parents?
DCI John Luther: It is about that time, yes.
Alice Morgan: Did they make me a freak? Yes. Did I hate them? Absolutely. Did I kill them? No.
DCI John Luther: Can you prove that?
Alice Morgan: I can't prove a negative. Can't be done.
DCI John Luther: Innocence is a negative. It's the absence of guilt.
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