Da Vinci's Inquest (1998–2006)
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The dead body of Alexander Winchester is found in an apartment complex courtyard, an eyewitness who saw him fall from the sky. Alexander, a Jamaican national wanting to emigrate to Canada, ... See full summary »

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Dominic Da Vinci
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Dr. Sunny Ramen (credit only)
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Chief Coroner Bob Kelly (credit only)
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Sgt. Sheila Kurtz (credit only)
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Det. Leo Shannon
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Det. Angela Kosmo (credit only)
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Det. Mick Leary
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Dr. Patricia Da Vinci (credit only)
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Amanda
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Det. Zack McNab
Chancz Perry ...
John Winchester
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Jackie
Rob Daly ...
Police Constable #1
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Police Constable #2 (as Alex Castillo)
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Kitchen Manager
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The dead body of Alexander Winchester is found in an apartment complex courtyard, an eyewitness who saw him fall from the sky. Alexander, a Jamaican national wanting to emigrate to Canada, was staying in his brother John's apartment in the complex. While canvassing the complex's tenants, Da Vinci learns there was music blaring from the apartment at the time of the incident and that Alexander was having an argument on the third floor with someone else or arguing with himself just before the fall. Leary and Shannon, investigating for Homicide, eventually speak to John who was not present when the death occurred. John tells them that Alexander was a schizophrenic and as such the Immigration Department was denying him even landed immigrant status. Because of this, Alexander was living much of his existence in Canada under John's identity so that he could get work (as a dishwasher at a Gastown restaurant) and get medication for his illness. When Leary and Shannon learn that the restaurant ... Written by Huggo

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