A young woman in witness protection finds herself in a long game involving a mafia family and her biological parents.

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Maureen Curtis
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Rachel Coburn / Burnett
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Nina Lipton
Bruce McCarty ...
Buffalo District Attorney Etting
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Camille Coburn (as Lizbeth Mackay)
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Trevor Lipton
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Dennis Coburn / Meisner
Daisy Seda ...
Dotty Marinko
Jean Arbeiter ...
Irene
Michael Jannetta ...
Detective Gaydos
Ray DeMattis ...
Harry
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A young woman in witness protection finds herself in a long game involving a mafia family and her biological parents.

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3 April 2005 (USA)  »

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Trevor Lipton: [to Detective Goren] My, my - a human polygraph.
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A single red rose, love and fidelity
14 September 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

A couple of con artists are bounded by the only things that matters to them in their pity life: money. He's a two-bit reporter (John Shea) and she's a former member of USA Olympic team (Melissa Leo); they are both broke, every little business in which they call the shot goes to bankruptcy. Anyway, there's a daughter they left years before without papers who could change their lives for the best. So a perfect scam is set up and planned in every single detail, but it's hard when you bump into a detective like Goren, whose portrayal of the murder scene looks like Disneyworld. He also faked to be a fan of Edwin Moses.

This episode shows that witness protection sometimes is not reliable, but in this case it's not police fault.


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