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A SEAL dies of gunfire during a mission; the government charges the CPO in charge with the murder of his best friend. Harm prosecutes, and he deduces how and why the death took place; he then tells the court that he cannot prove his case.



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Episode credited cast:
Steven Flynn ...
Chief Petty Officer Greg Connors
Capt. Stiles Morris
Petty Officer Gorski
Petty Officer Mark Harridan
Chief Petty Officer 'Dad' Harridan
Elaine Harridan
Lieutenant Commander Chen
Gunner Perez
Petty Officer Second Class Jason Tiner
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L.T. John Drake (as John Bentley)


During a classified and dangerous operation off the coast of Libya, a SEAL dies as a result of gunfire; the government charges the chief petty officer in charge with the premeditated murder of his best friend. In a preliminary hearing Harm and Bud prosecute, and Mac defends. Friction develops between Harm and Mac. Harm uses a forceful technique to demonstrate to the court that the weapon in question had not jammed. Harm eventually discovers the background of the dead sailor, and he deduces how the death took place; then he informs the court that he cannot prove the case against the defendant, so the judge dismisses the charge. Harm and Mac make peace with each other. Written by DocRushing

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24 January 1997 (USA)  »

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Harm: Well, I thought it was pretty funny when you ducked under the table.
Mac: I'm a Marine, Harm. Marines don't duck.
Harm: What do Marines do?
Mac: They take cover, but they never duck.
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