As Cutter and Rubirosa prosecute a mentally disturbed woman for the deaths of two British researchers, they begin to suspect that the defendant's brother may have orchestrated the entire episode for personal gain.

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As Cutter and Rubirosa prosecute a mentally disturbed woman for the deaths of two British researchers, they begin to suspect that the defendant's brother may have orchestrated the entire episode for personal gain.

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Unseemly haste
8 June 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A British couple are murdered and it doesn't take long for the police to arrest Gretchen Hall for the crime. As Hall is not wrapped too tight it looks like a slam dunk for Linus Roache and Alana DeLa Garza.

But it also seems like an unseemly haste that Hall's much older brother David Lansbury is in to get his sister pled out and locked up. It gets Roache and DeLa Garza to start their own investigation of him.

Lansbury does have some really rational interest in all of this and it looks like he might have played manipulator in this whole affair. On the witness stand he gives quite the performance, he should as he is a high school dramatics teacher.

To see what he did and why and whether he's brought to justice is what you see the episode for. I will say that ADA Cutter does a little manipulating of his own in this story.


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