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Latimer King (Character)
from "Kidnapped" (2006)

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Kidnapped: Season 1: Episode 13 -- With Leo safely at home, King and Knapp set out to wrap up the loose ends that seem to connect Vance to the plot to frame King. However, as Atkins and Archer are also discussing how to expose Vance, something else entirely unfolds when Atkins stumbles onto an elaborate command post at Archer's home that has been used to track Leo Cain's kidnapping. But before he can ask any questions, Atkins is ambushed and killed by the crime's real mastermind - Agent Andy Archer. Meanwhile, though Knapp is certain that Vance is guilty, King isn't so sure. And as King presses Archer to contact Atkins, Turner tells Knapp of the connection between Leo's hospital stay and Kellog's prison pen pal, Emerson Jaynes.

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  1. "Kidnapped"
    ... aka "Kidnap" - Japan (English title)
        - Resolution (2007) TV episode, Played by Delroy Lindo
        - Mutiny (2007) TV episode, Played by Delroy Lindo
        - Acknowledgement (2007) TV episode, Played by Delroy Lindo
        - Do Unto Others (2007) TV episode, Played by Delroy Lindo
        - Impasse (2007) TV episode, Played by Delroy Lindo
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From "Kidnapped: Acknowledgement (#1.12)" (2007)
Espinoza: There were two of them. One was a Mexican and the other a gringo.
Latimer King: Can you, uh, describe them?
Espinoza: One was a Mexican and the other a gringo.
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