Autopsy reveals that the death of a recent arrival from Europe was caused by a burst baggie he had swallowed, one of over 70 bags of heroin found in his stomach. Luther Mahoney MUST be ... See full summary »

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John Munch
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Frank Pembleton
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Dr. Julianna Cox
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Meldrick Lewis
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Al Giardello
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Kay Howard
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J.H. Brodie
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Tim Bayliss
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Laslo 'Punchy' Deleon
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Col. George Barnfather
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Antonio Brookdale
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Autopsy reveals that the death of a recent arrival from Europe was caused by a burst baggie he had swallowed, one of over 70 bags of heroin found in his stomach. Luther Mahoney MUST be involved somehow! Munch gets a tip from a con that a body is buried under the track at Pimlico, but eventually finds the "dead" man. The Mahoney problem is solved. Written by jeaneva

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According to _"Homicide: Life on the Street" (1993) {Birthday (#6.4)_, Luther Mahoney died on April 25, 1997. This was the same day that this episode originally aired on NBC. See more »

Quotes

Luther Mahoney: Yo! Turn around! Turn around and die like a man, you bitch!
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References Goodfellas (1990) See more »

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Evidence
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Written by Mike Patton, Billy Gould, Mike Bordin, Trey Spruance
Performed by Faith No More
Courtesy of Slash Records
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