Brenda forms an alliance with a man while searching for a sniper, but her trust is put to the test when he manipulates and out-maneuvers her, causing a gang backlash.

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Deputy Chief Johnson and her team investigate the latest in what appears to be a gang related killing with two rival gangs on the verge of a major war. At the site, she is approached by D.B. Walker, a retired Marine Corps Colonel, who tells her he knows the identity of the killer: his own son. He thought the young man, also an ex-marine, had taken his own life after his wife was killed by a stray bullet in a gang-related shooting. Walker is now convinced that his son is seeking revenge against the gang-bangers involved in the shooting. Brenda agrees to work with him, but it soon becomes apparent that he has his own agenda; and, after a while, she isn't so sure just who the shooter is. Written by garykmcd

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Agent Fritz Howard: Is this official?
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Oh, of course. Yeah. I'm just a little behind on my paperwork, that's all.
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A spoiler --but you need to know
7 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yeah, this was a good episode--the ending is a little tricky --you have to go back and watch it again....the shooter (the Colonel's son) had some sort of device rigged up so if he got caught he pulled something in the back of his jacket that caused him to be shot in the head--you could tell by the hand gun that suddenly appeared next to his body after he hit the ground--seemingly out of nowhere--if you slow the frame down you can clearly see that there is a cord attached to the handgun--this guy committed suicide --rather be taken alive--I really don't think the Colonel was there at the scene at all...Also, apparently the photo we were shown earlier in the episode of the shooter was when he was quite young--as he really didn't look like the same guy. The real question is, "Why didn't the Colonel identify his son on the hotel video--if he was really sincere about helping Brenda stop his son from killing anyone else?"


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