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NCIS: Los Angeles Goes Rogue For “Honor” – Review

In “Honor”, NCIS: Los Angeles investigates when a Japanese tourist dies apparently from a beating he received from dishonorably discharged Marine Connor Maslin (Drew Fuller).

Maslin’s discharge occurred after a prominent Japanese businessman accused him of raping his daughter. The Japanese tourist appeared unrelated to that affair, but it could have been a hate crime on Maslin’s part. When Callen and Sam caught up with Maslin, though, he claimed the businessman’s daughter, Maiko, was his girlfriend, that her father trumped up the rape charges as he didn’t approve of the relationship. Maslin further claimed to have smuggled Maiko into the U.S., and that her father had sent the dead man to bring her back to Japan.

The team could find no evidence that Maiko had entered the U.S. They went as far as to interview her father, »

- Gerald So

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