Raines "discusses" the murder of a young Mexican man with the victim, who at first appears as his corpse did -- bloated and half-eaten by fish. Once he is identified, the dead man turns out to be in the US illegally, with his wife and young son. He was searching for a successful Latino politician opposed to illegal immigration, and it seems to Raines that the dead man was a hit man who may have got what he deserved. Meanwhile Raines is forced to meet with a counselor when his co-workers worry about his habit of talking to himself. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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[Based on the photo of a disfigured corpse, sketch artist Stan has attempted to draw what the Mexican victim originally looked like
Looks familiar... like I've seen him before.
You have seen him before, on TV. You drew Erik Estrada. Is he the only Latino you know? Nice, uh, cultural sensitivity there, Stan.
I'm woking off a Polaroid of a floater with a half-eaten face.
You drew Ponch!