Goren and Eames suspect a murderous nightclub owner of stabbing a wealthy father to death.

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John Hampton
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Hall Richmond
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When the wealthy father of a teenaged party girl is found stabbed to death, Detectives Goren and Eames suspect a mysterious nightclub owner whose unsavory reputation and connection to the mob aroused the victim's fears. However, the cop investigators are stymied when they bump up against an immovable object after they discover the surprising hidden identity of the slick club proprietor. Written by Anonymous

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Detective Robert Goren: You used her, John. She was weak and you used her. That really pisses me off.
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Remade as Paris enquêtes criminelles: La grande vie (2008) See more »

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Where no one wants it to go
9 July 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

There are a few cases that Bobby Goren really gets outraged about and this one is one of them. A prominent New York society person is stabbed to death. His daughter is Aleksa Palladino a Paris Hilton type who makes all kinds of headlines for the wrong reason. Currently she's involved with trendy club owner Adam Trese and that club is very mobbed up.

What Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe discover during the course of the investigation is that Trese is an FBI agent and the club is involved in an elaborate sting operation against a crime family. This is not any place where anyone wants this case to go.

It's interesting how many roadblocks the Feds throw up and how Goren and Eames dodge them. Trese is a coldblooded sort and somewhere during his undercover work he became worse than the people he was stinging.

Also interesting to see how Trese is tripped up. That's worth seeing this episode alone for.


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