Justice: Season 1, Episode 6

Crucified (23 Oct. 2006)

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The team tries desperately to exonerate a boy accused of crucifying a tormentor.

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Jack Clark
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Colin Clark
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Diane DiLascio ...
Deb Cole
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David Eckstein
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Betsy Harrison
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Donald Payne
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When schoolboy William Dodson is found dead, knocked on the head and then crucified, a schoolmate whom he bullied brutally, Colin Clark, is the prime suspect. His Catholic dad Jack, who would do anything for his brat, hires the firm. A search proves Colin's room was a Gothic shrine full of crucifixion images and crime fiction, so the kid is arrested and charged. Evidence seems so stack up, all the wrong kind, including a bloody hammer which dad took from Colin's room before the search but afterward makes Tom Nicholson test, who most disclose if it's the murder weapon. Tom only truly believes his client when the trial is on... Written by KGF Vissers

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los angeles california

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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TV-14
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At the beginning of the episode, the ticker at the bottom mentions an orphaned child getting money from Pagonon Industries right before it disappears, referring to the previous episode. See more »

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The Internet Protocol address shown in the episode was 1259.1775.1575. A real IP address contains four numbers with a maximum of three digits each, such as 123.123.123.123. The mentioned address would not work. This was probably done so people would not try to reach the address. See more »

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24 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A teenage boy is accused of crucifying another boy, that was a past enemy of him. All signs point to him because he has paintings, dresses, & has books in his room that seem Gothic . He also has a website where he even claims to killing the boy . But, he still pleads not guilty, and the defending lawyers believe him . Even if it takes a while to see it, he is indeed innocent . But, even if he could not have hung him because of his broken left arm, the jury still claims him guilty .

In the end, they reveal that the boy was the one tagging a devil sign, & the man who owns the place he did it strikes him with a hammer, but tries to cover it up by making it seem like he didn't do it.

I love this episode, it shows a relationship between parents that don't see eye to eye, but get it together in the end .


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