Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate the death of a Nigerian woman, Kelani Amoda, who died soon after her arrival in New York City. She was a drug mule and had ingested packets of heroin but one obviously burst killing her and her unborn child. Her husband was already in New York and she had arranged a job with a Nigerian oil company's US offices. Her visa was sponsored by her tribal chief Ola-Gimja Nwaka who also holds diplomatic status in the United States. ADA Stone has every intention prosecuting Nwaka and receives some cooperation from the Nigerian Embassy's lawyer, Sir Idris Balewa. Stone's case is shaky however but Sir Idris has a solution for that.- Written by garykmcd
A pregnant woman from Nigeria arrives and goes into labor in the cab she's on. She dies while giving birth. Briscoe and Logan are called in because the ME says she had ingested some drugs that were in latex bags that burst open. They learn that a tribal chief paid for her to come. So they assume that someone close close to the chief or the chief himself is smuggling drugs. When they think they have enough to arrest him they do. And when he appears before the D.A. he claims that he has diplomatic immunity. So with a Nigerian official they try to find enough evidence that can have his immunity be waived.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
The death of a pregnant drug mule leads to the discovery of a Nigerian heroin smuggling ring that leads all the way to a diplomat who is also a Nigerian tribal chief.- Written by email@example.com
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