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Detective Francis Maguire (Character)
from "Copper" (2012)

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Copper: Season 2: Episode 12 -- The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln shatters any hope of a smooth post-war recovery for the people of New York City and the United States at large. Detective Kevin Corcoran is on the move, evading retaliation from Tammany Hall fixer, William "Wild Bill" Eustace (William "Billy" Baldwin), working to remain hidden while seeing through events he set in motion.

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Francis Maguire


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  1. "Copper"
        - The Place I Called My Home (2013) TV episode, Played by Kevin Ryan
        - Beautiful Dreamer (2013) TV episode, Played by Kevin Ryan
        - Good Heart and Willing Hand (2013) TV episode, Played by Kevin Ryan
        - The Fine Ould Irish Gintleman (2013) TV episode, Played by Kevin Ryan
        - Think Gently of the Erring (2013) TV episode, Played by Kevin Ryan
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From "Copper: A Vast and Fiendish Plot (#1.10)" (2012)
Detective Francis Maguire: I'm not asking for forgiveness, Kevin. I needed you to know the entire truth. You deserve that much from me.
Detective Kevin Corcoran: We've all committed our share of sins, some of them part of the job, some of them part of us. But you, confessing now, don't make the worst go away.
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