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The Brotherhood 

A prison guard is charged with killing a released member of a white supremacist prison gang. The guard says the victim threatened him and his family. The gang also threatens the judge presiding over the trial.

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Joe Fontana
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Ed Green
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Anita Van Buren
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Jack McCoy
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Serena Southerlyn
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Arthur Branch
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Rodney Fallon
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Officer John Patrick Worley
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Kyle Marsden
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Feo Ruiz
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Supt. Cooper
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Bob Palmer
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Judge Amanda Anderlee
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Lieutenant Snyder
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A prison guard is charged with killing a released member of a white supremacist prison gang. The guard says the victim threatened him and his family. The gang also threatens the judge presiding over the trial.

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Truly scary people
14 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

Some truly scary people are the real villains in this Law And Order episode and one of them is found shot execution style in the East Village.

The victim is a newly released prisoner from Sing Sing who was a member of the Aryan brotherhood. The gangs are well organized there, the Latin Kings, the black gangs and this white supremacist crowd. This particular individual is having it out with correction officer Gary Basaraba and the gang may have framed Basaraba's son on a drug rap. He's got plenty of reason to do what he did.

But murder is murder and Sam Waterston has to prosecute. The scariest one of all is the Aryan Brotherhood leader in Sing Sing Chance Kelly.

In the end the Aryan Brotherhood isn't finished with Basaraba.


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