Members of the radical deaf community are suspects in the murder of a doctor who provides cochlear implants. But the investigation proves troublesome when members refuse to cooperate because of their contempt for the hearing public.

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Bill O'Brien ...
Det, Peter Lyons
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Malia Gallo
Garrett Zuercher ...
Tommy Kellerman
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ADA Claudia Shankly
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Dean Price
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Dr. Strauss
Darren Frazier ...
Larry Forseca
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Antonio
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DeeDee
Josh Heine ...
Jared
Howard W. Overshown ...
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Orlando (as Darren Matthias)
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Members of the radical deaf community are suspects in the murder of a doctor who provides cochlear implants. But the investigation proves troublesome when members refuse to cooperate because of their contempt for the hearing public.

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While kneeling over the body, Goren states that the doctor was shot in the hand. He then lifts the doctors arm and we see a bullet hole in his palm. But then Goren turns the doctors hand over and there is no corresponding hole in the back of the hand. See more »

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Hard to listen too.
7 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This isn't a bad episode. It's just a topic that pushes my buttons. This isn't the first episode in the Law & Order franchise to deal with this subject. And every time I come across one of these it reminds me how much I dislike that part of this so-call community. Celebrating yet another group misbehaving and looking for even more special treatment is something that's just not needed. I'm an RN and I've been around this kind of deaf radicals myself. And I find it just a primitive and inexcusable as any bigotry. In my opinion stories like this serve as recruitment tools. Tools that help poison minds. All through this episode, the police have to deal with the same kind of lack of cooperation seen from street gangs. The story was difficult to sit through. Not because of the regular players. They did their usual good jobs. It was the subject matter that was the problem here. Radical deaf people that a grateful for children being born deaf is despicable in my view.


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