Three teenage boys are suspected of foul play a when high school girl disappears after a night of partying with them. When Jason, one of the boys, agrees to testify against the other two boys, but when he disappears, Judge Donnelly has no choice but to dismiss the case. The suspicion aroused by the fact that without Jason's testimony there's no case is overshadowed by Casey's feeling of guilt, because she promised Jason he would be fine. Written by
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Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola
[looking at footage from toll booth videos
All the exhaust and filth dirtying up the camera lens, how do these faces and plates come out so clear?
Detective John Munch
How does a spy satellite see you taking a crap from 22,000 miles in space?
References The Godfather