Law & Order (1990–2010)
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Green and his new partner, Joe Fontana, investigate the murder of an Iraq War veteran who has more incriminating Abu Ghraib prison photos. An Iraqi woman who is an American citizen is charged, but she claims to be a prisoner of war.

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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg (as Michael R. Bloomberg)
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Lustful lovers discover a woman's body in the abandoned office they use for their trysty getaway. The murdered woman is discovered to be a corporal in the US Army who served at Abu Garib prison. The detectives investigate the military and the woman's place of employment and eventually finger the wife of a man who works in the office building where the woman was found. The suspect's brother was abused at the Iraqi prison. Can McCoy sway the jury to dissuade the ignore the prisoner of war defense put up by Nadira and her lawyer? Written by FMJ_Joker

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22 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Dennis Farina's first appearance as Detective Joe Fontana. See more »

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[knock on Van Buren's door]
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Can I help you?
Det. Joe Fontana: I'm Fontana.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: Oh, hey, Anita Van Buren. This is your new partner.
Det. Ed Green: Hey, man. Ed Green.
Det. Joe Fontana: It's about time they gave me a partner with a little smooth.
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Guardians of freedom
11 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Two white collar were about to have sex in an empty office during lunch break. The girl noticed a dead body on the ground with a cross drawn in the chest with blood. The new detective Fontana remarked a number on victim's shoulder: it belonged to a military unit. She was deployed in Iraq as a reserve to raise some money; her parents and boyfriend saw her acting a little weird after coming back home. Some pictures found in her safe deposit box helped detectives realize she used to torture suspects. A woman of Iraqi descent, an American citizen married to an oil company engineer, was connected to the victim: her brother was tortured in Baghdad and then killed in an ambush. The prosecution become political because the Arab girl stated she was a war prisoner; that's what MCCoy tried to avoid, trying to convince public opinion it is all about personal payback rather than political.

There is no love at first sight among detective Fontana (Dennis Farina) and his new team. Neither Van Buren nor Green get along with him, but it's just the beginning.


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