Lou is the only witness to a neighborhood murder and is mystified by the way the police handle the case, thereby discovering a touchy area of crime. At the same time, a fatal fire in a gay bar poses a tough question for Lou: should the newspaper publish the names of the victims, knowing people will be hurt by the story. Lou is also puzzled to see a uniformed cop working a homicide case and sends Rossi to find out why, with disturbing results. Written by
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So just how much backup do you think I could get if all the other officers knew I was gay?
Are you gonna tell me that today the...
Look, Lou, today's cops hate gays and gays hate cops and the public isn't crazy about cops or gays.