A money van carrying $3.2 million is robbed. One of the two drivers is shot dead. Caine manages to track the stolen money, which turns out to be counterfeit.

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Paul Donlan
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Robert Mackenzie
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Mary Donlan
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Paul Donlan survived, unlike his colleague, an attack with heavy caliber and explosives to rob $3.2 million from his lightly armored van, sent from Robert Mackenzie's bank branch. Horatio happened to be nearby for family business and soon tracks down the partner of the killer, whom he had to shoot for resisting arrest. FBI Agent Peter Elliott gets involved as it turns out the cash was counterfeit, made from Iraqi dollar-like banknotes. Donlan's motive means a major twist, exposing a surprising conspiracy. Written by KGF Vissers

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[first lines]
Sam: We have several rental properties available right now in Hialeah.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: I'd rather have them closer to the city.
Susie Barnam Keaton: Horatio... I told you, just because I slept with your brother does not make us your problem.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: No, but it makes you my family.
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very good story line about Horatio and family
9 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

what is a spoiler? nothing is mentioned about the other plot in the episode or the sidebar as it is called. The part with Susie and Madison is the only reason that I like it so well. I like to see the human side of the people in these episodes. The brother wanting to protect his sister and then finding out that she tricked him and that he would have went to prison for her. The sad part that he lost his best friend because of her, I think that she was a spoiled brat. Then the reaction of Yelina in the end to Horatio asking if she wants him to walk her out or if she is okay. and her answer to him. with his reaction. I also think it is noble of him to let her think that Madison is his child. Wow how neat.


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