A murdered television news reporter was investigating allegations that a billionaire Wall Street investment adviser was a fraud, but figuring out who killed her proves to be difficult

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Frederic Matson
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Joe Delaney
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Sue Martin
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A murdered television news reporter was investigating allegations that a billionaire Wall Street investment adviser was a fraud, but figuring out who killed her proves to be difficult

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Frederic Matson and his family are obviously based on Bernie Madof and his. See more »

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A news crawl about the Matson hedge fund mentions a suspension of "withdrawls". The correct spelling is "withdrawals". See more »

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Evil exudes
13 October 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The evil just pours out of this episode from the victim Jennifer Mudge who was an ambitious TV news reporter who didn't care how she rose in her profession to a Columbian drug lord, a snake of Wall Street and the victim's jealous colleagues in the business.

Mudge is killed at her home with a single shot to the head and whomever was there took her computer and all her written notes. Mudge was officially on puff pieces at her job, courtesy of the station's news anchor David Rasche. But Anthony Anderson and Jeremy Sisto with a piece of evidence that falls in their laps find who the culprit is. Good forensic unassailable evidence.

But it doesn't mean it can't get assailed. The story that Mudge was working on was Wall Street baron Edward Herrmann's Ponzi like empire which crashed when the story did break. Herrmann is dead bang on fraud, but his family especially Jill Eikenberry rally to his defense.

There's also drug lord Felix Solis in the picture as well. He's invested his drug profits in Herrmann's firm and he's got ways of getting at people he doesn't like.

All in all quite a rogue's gallery. In the end the most innocent one of the lot comes in for some suffering.

This is one nicely done episode.


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