When a fugitive from the US is captured, Ali investigates his claims that he killed two girls in Canada. If she proves his claim, he will serve life in a Canadian prison; if not, he will be... See full summary »

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Sgt. Ali McCormick
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Detective Mickey Kollander (as Tamara Craig Thomas)
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Det. Nicco Sevallis (as Greg Calpakis)
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Sgt. Frank Coscarella
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Manny Needlebaum
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Bernice Boyle
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Detective Bill Overmyer
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Thomas Sterling Brown
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Insp. Andrew Pawlachuk
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Sam Fisher
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Kyle Bradley
Lindsay Bourne
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When a fugitive from the US is captured, Ali investigates his claims that he killed two girls in Canada. If she proves his claim, he will serve life in a Canadian prison; if not, he will be extradited to face the death penalty in California. Written by dav3id-2

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Jeff Wincott will creep you out and wow you
11 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

My summary says it all but read on if you want my reasons.

This show always had a great cast, was consistently very good and had a stellar series of guest stars in various roles, mostly villains and Wincott really owned this nasty role!

Wincott, as Thomas Sterling Brown was dark and broody, crazed and creepy, a murdering pervert who refers to his victims as 'it' rather than she or her and says 'I don't do names'. He doesn't personalize his victims but objectifies them and merely uses them for his purposes, showing both psychopathic and sociopathic behaviours. His good looks and deep voice make it easy to believe that his charm would make women trust him. In the end, it is his refusal to remember his victims names which sends him back to the US to meet his fate with the executioner.

Watch it and you will know why Wincott has been so consistently employed !


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