Greevey and Logan investigate the murder of a wealthy factory owner named Jarmin in the Upper East Side, who was presumably shot by his two sons. As the investigation continues, the detectives learn that he owner was in debt to the Russian mafia which could be one the possible motives to his murder. Written by
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Based on the Menendez brothers case. In August 20, 1989, the two brothers murdered their parents then went to the movies to give themselves an alibi. Lyle and Erik Menendez were later convicted in a highly publicized trial for the shotgun murders of Jose and Kitty Menendez which The brothers claimed they were driven to by a lifetime of abuse from their parents, including sexual abuse from their father. Despite the excellent defense for Erik by Leslie Abramson and a competent defense for Lyle by his attorney, the past criminal records of the brothers stood in contrast to their "escape from parental abuse" theory. Under the terms of the sentences for their multiple crimes, the brothers are expected to spend the remainder of their lives in prison. See more
When the detectives first see the male victim's body there is tape on the floor in the usual 'body outline' manner. Unfortunately the blood from the body is on top of the tape instead of under it. See more
References Siskel & Ebert