While en route to the Downtown Courthouse, a Lebanese prisoner is found killed in the back of the prisoner transport. Greevey and Logan suspect a Cuban inmate and the leader of an IRA organization. It also leads to government resistance as Stone and Robinette try to prosecute the case. Written by
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Based on the Joe Doherty case. Doherty, a former volunteer in the Belfast Brigade of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), escaped during his 1981 trial for killing a member of the Special Air Service (SAS) in 1980. He was arrested in the United States in 1983, and became a cause celebrity while fighting an ultimately unsuccessful nine-year legal battle against extradition and deportation, with a street corner in New York City being named after him. See more
The position of Mustafa's corpse's head changes between shots. When the van door is first opened, his head is leaning to the left and resting on O'Connell's shoulder. When CSIs are taking photographs, his head is straight, yet in the very next shot, without anyone touching the body, his head is leaning to the left again. See more
May I ask you a question, sir? How, with the map of Donegal on your mug, did you ever end up with a name like Stone?
Happenstance, sir. Same way you ended up with the name of a real Irish patriot.,