Boyd and his team find themselves in a race against time as they pursue racist skinhead Jim Brown and his young hostage in order to find out who murdered Sam seventeen years earlier.

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Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd
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Dr. Grace Foley
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DC Stella Goodman
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Jim Brown
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Natalie Brown
Cyril Nri ...
Raymond Ayanike
John Dougall ...
Terry Wilson
Johnny Palmiero ...
George / Sam
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Marie Waters
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Rashid Said
Russell Boulter ...
Martin Armstrong
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Selim Said
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Charlie Ayanike
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Boyd and his team now know that George Andrews was in fact Sam Cohen who was also gay, though they have no idea why a he would be involved with Nazi skinheads. The man Boyd really wants to get is Martin Armstrong, a racist politician representing the so-called Democratic National Party who he is convinced was involved in Cohen's murder. Their immediate priority is to find Rashid Said who has been kidnapped by Jim Brown and his cronies. The resolution to the mystery lies in determining the connection between Sam, the skinheads and a wheelchair bound AIDS patient who was burned alive is a hospice fire not long before Sam was killed. Boyd also wonders why Brown and three other of the skinheads all have AIDS even though they are in a low risk group. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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6 May 2008 (UK)  »

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16:9 HD
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The Hebrew word "srof" means "burn!" (Imperative, as in: "burn that man!"), and not what the crew thought ("burn in hell"). See more »

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Dr. Eve Lockhart: [Speaking about the bomb she has analyzed ] Yeah, it was very basic, made from over-the counter ingredients.
DI Spencer Jordan: Schoolboy bomb?
Dr. Eve Lockhart: Depends on what school you went to.
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