A high school boy is accused of the violent murder of a sheriff's deputy. Mulder believes he is innocent. The agents find that someone with super-human speed may be the culprit.
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Due to the violent events (the table scene in particular) Fox's Standards and Practices Department had an issue with showing the impact between the table and the teacher. In order to comply, the producers removed the impact, but the rest of the scene stayed intact. See more
(at around 2 mins) As the Officer looks at Anthony Reed's driver's license you can clearly read that he was born on 03/01/1983 and the license was issued on 12/13/94 with an expiration date of 03/31/99.
That would mean that the Commonwealth of Virginia DMV issued a driver's license to an 11 year old that would expire 30 days after he just turned 16, which was the minimum legal age for a driver's license in Virginia at the time. See more
Max could tell them. You know why you collapsed don't you, Max?
Yeah, too much teen spirit.
You think? Smells like murder to me.
Referenced in The X-Files: Requiem