The investigation of the murder of a Middle Eastern businessman and his bodyguard is complicated by the FBI who believe the case to be related to terrorism.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Layla Moktari
Faraz Mokhtari (as Iman Nazemzadeh)
Dr. William Graham
Craig Sherman


Priority Homicide investigates the killing of an Iranian businessman and his bodyguard, cut down in a parking garage by a drive-by shooter in a dark SUV. With cables cut to the video surveillance cameras, only witnesses to the shooting are available - the dead man's widow (Layla Moktari) and the doctor (William Graham) who offered assistance. Brenda must deal with Layla's son Faraz, who is now the male head of the household and isn't very cooperative with authorities. Brenda's other big problem? FBI agents from the Terrorism unit, who clearly have an interest in the victim but remain tight-lipped against sharing any information. To further complicate things, her boyfriend Fritz winds up assigned as the official liaison with the LAPD for the case. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

22 August 2005 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Provenza is "knocked" to the ground by the FBI, his suit pocket badge is on the left. While on the ground and getting up, the badge flips to the right. Later when wearing a sling there is confusion as to which arm he is to wear the sling when having to put it on quick for Fritz in the murder room. See more »


FBI Agent Jackson: We're not going to get in anybody's way, trust me.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: I stopped believing boys who said, "Trust me" when I was sixteen.
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Referenced in The Closer: Standards and Practices (2005) See more »

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