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 danny gonzalez
Detectives Greevy and Logan are waiting for a prisoner to be transferred to them from Federal authorities. When the van arrives, one of the three men in the van is dead and the other two say they saw nothing. When a second man from the van is found hanging in his cell, that leaves Ian O'Connell as the only suspect. The case is politically sensitive however as O'Connell is a member of Sinn Fein, the political wing of the Irish Political Army. O'Connell claims to have nothing to do with the fighting. He's been in jail for 5 years without being charged and he's about to be deported so the Feds want O'Connell to keep a low profile something that a murder trial will not accomplish. For ADA Stone murder is murder and politics doesn't enter into it.- Written by garykmcd
Detectives and prosecutors face resistance from federal authorities as they pursue murder charges against an suspected IRA member serving time in federal prison, after he is suspected of killing another federal prisoner.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
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