Three thugs try to rob a C store in Georgetown, but a homeless former SEAL (and former MIA and POW) intervenes and kills them; he runs and seeks refuge inside a nearby church building while Bud prays there. A large number of local hotshot hyperactive cops surround them; Bud calls Harm, then Harm and Mac rush to the scene and render help. Harm joins Bud and the SEAL, Bauwer, on the inside. After the resolution of the standoff, Bauwer stands criminal charges in a civilian court, where Harm defends him. Harm suspects the presence of an unknown witness, and Bud finds him; the witness proves to be a double surprise indeed. After courtroom hijinks the jury finds Bauwer to be not guilty. Written by
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When CPO Bauwer is holding his hostages in the church, he is holding a .45 ACP Colt type Model M1911A1 semi-automatic pistol that he procured from one of the armed robbery "suspects". In the church he is seen "cocking" this pistol approximately three times, and he also removed and reinserted the magazine. At NO time did a bullet or expended shell EVER get ejected, which shows that not only was the pistol totally empty, but that the magazine must have also been empty. If not empty, at least one or more shells/bullets would have been ejected from the pistol. Even stunt guns would have had empty shells to eject upon pulling the slide back and releasing it. The sounds were authentic, and if a bullet or empty shell had been ejected, it would have been more realistic. Also any experienced SEAL would have actually LOOKED at the magazine upon removing it to assess how many bullets were remaining in the magazine. See more
While Harm, Mac and the Chief are walking out of the courthouse after the verdict the Chief is carrying an officer's cover. When the get outside he puts on a Chief's cover. See more
Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
[after Bud finds the witness in Harm's case
Bud, if you were a woman, I'd kiss you.