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The Ring 

A ring found on a skeleton in Hell's Kitchen indicates that the victim is a woman who was reportedly killed in the World Trade Center on 9-11. A member of a powerful political New York family is charged with her murder.

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Lennie Briscoe
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Ed Green
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Anita Van Buren
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Jack McCoy
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Arthur Branch
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Donald Housman (as Thomas McCarthy)
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Kevin Hobart
Stevie Ray Dallimore ...
Bradley Hagen
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Caitlin Birch
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Molly
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Leah Stanton
William Wise ...
McCann
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Myra Camp
Vince Pacimeo ...
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When a skeleton is discovered with an unusual ring, it seems related to a victim of the WTC tragedy that had been involved with a member of a politically powerful NYC family. The Law and Order team must sort out the case without stepping on toes or giving into pressure. Written by CineTiger

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6 November 2002 (USA)  »

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The closing card of this episode was dedicated to the memory of psychologist Dr. Paul Chernuchin who passed away 27 July 2002, father of writer Michael S. Chernuchin. See more »

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A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn: People ask that the suspect be remanded without bail, Your Honor.
Judge Janice Goldberg: What are we having today, a special on chutzpah? Bail is set at $500,000. Do you have that on you, Mr. Hagen, or do you need a few minutes?
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References The Yogi Bear Show (1961) See more »

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Smoking handbag
15 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

Some references to the new District Attorney and his quest for re- election are more than present when the son of a powerful family whose father and brothers have run and won political office is arrested for a murder that was covered up by the World Trade Center attack. Stevie Ray Dallimore is the man charged and he can bring a lot of bad things down on Fred Dalton Thompson.

Two kids who lift some smokes out of a convenience store and then discover a skeleton in a vacant lot start the whole thing off. It's a woman with all the bones present except for one hand severed off. That hand was found in the rubble of the Trade Center and used to identify the victim as someone killed in the attack. Looks like it was conveniently left there to cover up a different crime.

Dallimore and the deceased were having an affair as well and that's beyond doubt.

Elizabeth Rohm is the one who discovers the real truth. And it all has to do with the handbag that had the deceased's ID in it which was discovered with said hand.

She really embarrasses both cops and DA's office with this one.


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