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Mr. Rabb Goes to Washington 

A TV-news network airs a report alleging that a Marine team has used sarin gas to assassinate three renegade US civilians working at a plant producing chemical WMDs for Saddam Hussein. Harm advises Rep. Bobbi Latham and her House inquiry.

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Norman Delaporte
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Col. Bill Cobb
Bentley Mitchum ...
Sgt. Richard Ford
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Helene Dugan
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Raymond O'Keefe ...
Congressman Martin
Stephen Kearney ...
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John Mansfield ...
Congressman Williams
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A TV-news network airs a report alleging that during Desert Storm a US Marine team has used sarin gas to assassinate three renegade US civilians working at an Iraqi facility in Kuwait producing chemical WMDs for Saddam Hussein. The three engineers died, as did four Marines, along with a fifth one who committed suicide three months later. Rep. Bobbi Latham requests the services of Harm as an adviser to a House subcommittee investigating the accusation; the admiral agrees. LCdr. Mic Brumby, RAN, both a lawyer and a submariner, arrives at the JAG headquarters for duty as an exchange officer. Mac's long-estranged husband suddenly shows up with complications. Differences come up between Harm and Bobbi, but they work it out -- after they catch the reporter in several lies. [To be continued.] Written by DocRushing

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10 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Loosely based off the 1939 film "Mr Smith Goes to Washington" starring James Stewart and Jean Arthur. See more »

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Lt Commander Harmon 'Harm' Rabb Jr: [making a statement in a congressional committee] I have a question for Congressman Martin. Why is it people are so willing to believe the worse of our military? Why are the people who put it on the line like this person
[indicating Sgt Morrison]
Lt Commander Harmon 'Harm' Rabb Jr: the last to be trusted, and people like this
[indicating Dale Nalporte]
Lt Commander Harmon 'Harm' Rabb Jr: the first?
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