Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 2, Episode 16

Runaway (2 Mar. 2001)

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A police captains daughter runs away and the squad uses the help of a internet journalist to track her down.

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A police captains daughter runs away and the squad uses the help of a internet journalist to track her down.

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Det. Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: This is a democracy, and the majority of us don't like what's going on here.
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Little choice
26 June 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Those eternal villains in cop shows the Internal Affairs Bureau are examining how the SVU might have screwed up a missing persons case where a police informant was killed. But as we see the flashback as the various folks from SVU give their testimony we see they had little choice in their course of action.

The missing teenage girl was the daughter of a cop friend of Dann Florek. Dan Ziskie blew his career holding a bunch of people at gunpoint looking for information in the Lower East Side drug scene. Sean Foster who is a journalist of sorts among the underground types volunteers to help.

Ice-T is particularly good in this episode in a story that takes him back to his days in narcotics. The chief villain in this story a bottom feeding pimp Reg Flowers incriminates himself very nicely on all levels.

It's stories like this that make cops hate Internal Affairs.


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