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The Dove Commission 

Just days before the Dove Commission's report on corruption in NYPD is unveiled, the head investigator is shot dead. In a second case, detectives investigate the murder of a gypsy taxi driver.

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Dr. Leonard Giles (as Grant Albrecht)
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Constance Briell
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Paul Baxter
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Jamie Banks
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Grace Walderson
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Just days before the Dove Commission's report on corruption in NYPD is unveiled, the head investigator is shot dead. In a second case, detectives investigate the murder of a gypsy taxi driver.

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23 March 2005 (USA)  »

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When Stella removes the rifles from the helicopter, they wobble a lot. No firearm would be accurate on such a flimsy mount - an obvious mock-up. See more »

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Don Flack: [ushering a reporter and his cameraman out of the crime scene] Excuse me, Cronkite. You can't film here. This is a crime scene.
Morty Sherman: Please, please, please. I was here before the shooting covering the release of the Dove Commission report. I... I'm well within my rights.
Don Flack: You keep filming, I'm gonna give you rights. And lefts. Now take a walk, now. Back to your nest, you vultures.
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Sway
Written by Norman Gimbel & Pablo Beltrán Ruiz
Performed by Michael Bublé
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