Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A jockey's murder leads detectives to a businessman who is accused of stealing from his company's pension fund to purchase personal luxury items.



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Airs Sun. Feb. 26, 11:00 AM on TNT


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Defense Attorney Hammond
Murphy Guyer ...
Cass Holliman
Burton Fenster
Mrs. Varick
Edgar Varick
David Little ...
Barbara Spiegel ...


Fontana and Falco are investigating the murder of a man who might be a foreigner. They think he could be a jockey. So they go to the racetrack and find out they're right. They learn that the man was trying to get the owner of potential winning horse to let him ride the horse. They later learn that the owner lied about how much the horse is. So they wonder how he paid for the horse and they learn that he's been stealing from his company's employees pension fund. Written by

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4 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Jesse L. Martin was absent from the last four episodes of the fifteenth season. He left the show temporarily to work on Rent (2005). His character, Det. Green, was shot in the line of duty. For those four episodes, Martin was replaced by Michael Imperioli as Det. Falco. See more »

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1 August 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The murder of a jockey is the case that Dennis Farina and Michael Imperioli catch in this Law And Order episode. No doubt that your minds are running in the direction of fixed races, but that's only part of the story.

The race horse that the murdered jockey wanted to ride is one of many adult toys that the owner has. Reg Rogers the owner is arrested for the jockey's murder. As it turns out this and many other of his expensive toys were bought by pilfered pension funds from the company Rogers's father left him.

Rogers is the kind of rich guy you just love to hate. Kind of like Donald Trump without the blowhard personality. But he does not like the attention the way The Donald does. In the end that's what does him in.

I can see Trump doing just this kind of thing.

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