The murder of a prominent Japanese model visiting New York City may have been a Yakuza-related murder for hire.

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When a female Japanese tourist is killed, her husband who survives, claims that they were attacked by some black men. An investigation ensues into the possibility that the man wanted to kill his wife to collect the insurance. But when the man goes back to Japan and extradition is impossible, Branch decides to make false statements to trick the man into returning. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Chris Chalk (Thomas Walker) also plays a character by the same name (Corporal Thomas Walker) in the Showtime series, "Homeland". See more »

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The trial judge's name changes throughout the episode. When we first meet him, the caption identifies him as "Harrison Taylor". Later, we see that the name on his office door is "Thomas Sommers". In the final scenes, as the verdict is being read, the name plate on his bench reads "Thomas Everton". See more »

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Ed Green: We're pulling files on similar M.O.s with that general description.
Anita Van Buren: What about that red van? Any make or model?
Lennie Briscoe: No specifics.
Anita Van Buren: And there were no other witnesses?
Ed Green: It's a commercial district downtown on a Sunday. The place ain't exactly hopping.
Anita Van Buren: Makes you wonder what the perp was doing there.
Lennie Briscoe: Why? You thinking he followed them?
Anita Van Buren: Innocent tourists gunned down in the street. It's shades of Miami in the '90s.
Ed Green: I remember that. What, like, uh... twelve tourists got killed in a single year?
Lennie Briscoe: Yeah, let's ...
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Things get racially charged here
27 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Van Buren has reservations about Branch's tactics of inventing a tale of a suspect in custody to lure a Ginza nightclub owner back to New York after the Japanese government is unwilling to extradite him to face charges of conspiracy and murder in the death of his wife on a New York City vacation.

During jury selection, the defense attorney excludes every black person. This is because the defendant initially blamed an unidentified black man for his wife's murder. McCoy challenges the one Asian juror, but for reasons unrelated to race. At trial, things go pretty well, but it's hard to tell which way the jury is leaning.

Watch and find out.


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