A Colombian drug cartel assassin is accused in the murder of a Colombian couple in a restaurant. While trying to make the case against the accused, Ceretta is shot by a black-market gun dealer whom the prosecution needs as a witness.

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A man with ties to Columbian drug cartels and his wife are murdered inside a crowded restaurant. Cerreta is shot when he goes undercover to sting a gun seller. Prosecutors debate whether to offer a deal to the gun dealer who shot Cerreta to convict the killer. Written by Anonymous

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According to this episode the events of the show take place in the 33rd Precinct. However, future episodes "moved" the show to the 27th Precinct where it is today. See more »

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Adam Schiff: Twenty people in that restaurant. No ID. We say he's Gaitan, they say Esteban. Without fingerprints, they can say he's Peter Pan.
A.D.A. Paul Robinette: The State Department buys dictators over breakfast, they can't get prints from the Colombians?
Adam Schiff: Billions of dollars, the cartel is an underground nation. They kill judges down there for sport!
Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone: Adam, is there an agenda here?
Adam Schiff: The US Attorney's office did call. They say that Gaitan can make federal cases into the next century.
A.D.A. Paul Robinette: He'll get six months, testify in three cases...
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Leave no witnesses
1 August 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Chris Noth and Paul Sorvino catch a heartbreaker of a case. A Colombian national and his wife gunned down in a fancy restaurant with their child looking on. As it turns out the man was heavily involved in the drug trade and was no solid citizen. Still, in front of his child?

The doer was also heavily involved in that trade and this group believes in leaving no witnesses. He is also a well known contract assassin for the Colombian cartel.

One truly shocking event happens courtesy of Michael Margolis one strung out druggie who will really frighten you with what you see. Sad for him he did this thing under police surveillance.

There's not much left for Michael Moriarty and Richard Brooks to prosecute when this is all over.


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