Detectives Munch and Tutuola become increasingly frustrated as they follow a brutal pair of kidnappers who rape and murder their victims; and even when they get their men, they end up in a legal dispute with the Canadian authorities.
Did You Know?
Like Daryl Kern, Charles Ng was arrested in Canada for shoplifting, and also fought extradition on the grounds that he would be executed in the America. U.S. authorities. Ng finally lost his case, and was extradited to the United States. Unlike the Law & Order story, it was the dominant personality - Leonard Lake - who was arrested first. Lake committed suicide with a cyanide capsule. In 1998, Ng was convicted in California of 11 counts of murder and sentenced to death. He remains on death row awaiting execution. See more
An army colonel would never refer to incarceration as 'the brig'; that is strictly a naval/marine term See more
So why'd you leave narcotics?
My partner took a bullet that was meant for me, kinda took all the fun out of it.
References The Andy Griffith Show