Nichols and Eames are after a German radical responsible for the death of a vilified Wall Street CEO.

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Axel Kaspers
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Nichols and Eames are after a German radical responsible for the death of a vilified Wall Street CEO.

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Nichols holds a German newspaper in his hands about the killing of a banker. In the headline it says "... Beider Meinhoff" which should be "Baader-Meinhoff". Near the end he shows the same newspaper again and they corrected it. See more »

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Detective Alexandra Eames: [about a book Kaspers bought for a child] "The Wretched of the Earth." Was the bookstore out of "Charlotte's Web"?
Axel Kaspers: [earnestly] Do you know the book? Can anyone know that book without being moved to take pity - to take action?
Detective Alexandra Eames: Yeah, I never step on spiders any more.
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You Say You Want a Revolution
5 July 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The banking crisis of the last decade is the background for this particular CI episode. At that time and even up to today bankers were not held in high esteem. But few are ready to go as far as Stephen Lang is.

Lang is a former member of the old Baader-Meinhoff gang of revolutionaries who plagued what was then West Germany from the 60s to the 80s. Kidnappings and bombings of "capitalist" targets were their specialty with an occasional sideline into robbing those capitalist institutions to finance the "revolution". I'm sure then as now these folks were kind of fuzzy as to exactly what replaces capitalism and how it works.

A little cross teaming is involved in this episode as Jeff Goldblum is working with Kathryn Erbe. Lang is traveling to with a young female protégé of sorts whom he's schooled in the propaganda language and the techniques of bomb making. She's played by Tania Raymonde and she's in for a few surprises herself.

Lang is something to see though. He's one coldblooded piece of work and one of the most dangerous foes that CI ever dealt with. But he does have his weaknesses as we find out.

This one is to watch for Lang and for Raymonde and the secrets shared and kept.


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