Detective Logan investigates the polonium poisoning of an old journalist friend, and accidentally stumbles onto a story about an American martyr in Palestine that Logan suspects the Israeli government doesn't want released.

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Detective Logan investigates the polonium poisoning of an old journalist friend, and accidentally stumbles onto a story about an American martyr in Palestine that Logan suspects the Israeli government doesn't want released.

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The title, -30-, is an old reporters' shorthand which means end of story. It is also the title of a 1959 'Jack Webb' movie about a day in the life of a Los Angeles newspaper. It is always written with hyphens fore and aft. Its origin has been attributed to the early days of telegraphy, when XXX (which is 30 in Roman numerals) signified "end of message." Whatever its origin, the use was established around the time of the Civil War. Since it was originally intended as an instruction to typesetters, its appearance has declined since the advent of computerized typesetting. See more »

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Sweeping it clean
16 May 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This one gets good and personal for Chris Noth. The victim here is Lee Tergesen who has been given radiation poisoning similar to what killed a Russian dissident in real life. Tergesen is a reporter who took Detective Mike Logan's part way back when on Law And Order prime Logan punched out a city councilman and got exiled to Staten Island.

Poor Tergesen. They find out that he was collateral damage that the real target was another reporter played by Rebecca Shor whom he had a long relationship with that was pretty romantically intense for a while.

All I can say on that end is two things. First the NYPD is running into all kinds of interference from the Feds who are invoking national security all over the place. Captain Eric Bogosian gets into the investigation with some personal contact of his own with Ned Eisenberg departing from his usual role on SVU as an oily defense attorney.

Secondly though it leads to nothing in the end because the folks behind it really know how to sweep clean.


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