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Liberty Keane
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Heath is drawn to an alluring old girlfriend who is now married and part of a trick shooting act.When her husband is mysteriously killed in a gun "accident",Heath is accused of murder-Jarrod must use a new science to try to clear him but ends up sparring about it with the D.A.,an old law school colleague who is jealous of the Barkley's. Written by Anonymous

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23 March 1966 (USA)  »

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One of the most moving endings in the entire collection
22 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episode begins when a trick shooting group comes into Stockton and puts on a stunt in the downtown street. As part of the act they have a 'plant' in the audience that takes his gun out and shoots the feathers off this woman's hat. Heath sees this and jumps on the man. Then we find out that it was just an act to get people to attend the night performance. We find out that the woman that Heath supposedly saved is Liberty Keane who just happens to be an old friend from Strawberry (the same town as Heath).

Later, Heath takes Liberty out to eat where she informs him that she is married. When they get to the theater, Liberty's husband is waiting on them and he is welding a gun and is drunk. Heath leaves but then hears screams from Liberty. Heath returns, and we the viewer, hear gunshots. Liberty's husband is dead and Heath is over the body saying he shot him.

Heath is claiming self-defense but the local DA, that has an ax to grind against the Barkleys, is claiming murder. Even the townsfolk are saying that it was murder but due to the Barkley's name- Heath will get out of the charge. But when the DA presents some damning evidence, Heath will be held over for a charge of murder.

The ending of the show is as moving as any show in the entire collection. Kathleen Nolan is excellent with a spectacular performance. The story did seem to get long but the ending made up for the entire episode. Good watch

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