Conrad Ecklie has to worry personally how bad it will look for the LVPD when veteran white beat cop Danny Finn, who is nearing pension age, is accused by bystanders in a derelict neighborhood of willfully shooting, even again once he's down, a colored man. The plain clothes victim is identified from his wallet as sergeant Scott Johnson from the other side of the city, on drugs undercover assignment. Alle evidence seems to point at a hate crime against the only rookie who ever filed a complaint against the respected mentor, fairly recently. That starts to change after the shooting of gang pledge Anthony Lopez during his initiation crime phase proves to tie in. Written by
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In the scene where Dr. Langston is explaining people's reaction time to stressful and unexpected situations, the cast's reaction (especially Marg Helgenberger) of almost jumping out of their seats when Lawrence Fishburne slammed his fist against the vending machine was genuine, since Fishburne improvised hitting the vending machine to prove his character's point in the scene. See more
When Sara and Ecklie are in the hallway talking about notifying the dead man's family, Ecklie has one arm in his coat but in the next shot, he has both arms in the coat and is buttoning the front of it. See more