After Fin catches a serial killer who is targeting immigrant "anchor babies," his high-profile ACLU lawyer argues that he was brainwashed by a right-wing television personality.

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When two young girls are similarly murdered a little over a month apart, Detective Odafin Tutuola decides to investigate the gruesome crimes. After a third killing, Fin discovers that all three children were "anchor babies" of immigrant families, and reaches out to the Center of Immigrant Services. After sifting through the Center's hate mail, and witnessing a fight between immigration lawyer Randall Carver and Joe Thagard, a fanatical follower of a xenophobic talk show host, Fin begins to narrow in on the killer. Written by NBC Publicity

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Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: We gave out about a hundred flyers. TV news could reach thousands.
Olivia Benson: You know, when I was dating that guy at The Ledger, I got to know this woman on the crime desk. Her name was Nicole Gleason.
Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: One PP said no press.
Olivia Benson: She's cute. I could introduce you.
Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: I don't need help hooking up.
Olivia Benson: No, but you are going to need an alibi if somebody sees you having a drink with a journalist.
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26 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The point of this episode which has firmly eluded O'Reilly and others is this: If one blames the pundits for what idiots do in their name, the same idiots will escape responsibility for their actions. O'Reilly unconscionably accused Dick Wolf of cowardice. Wolfs program showed the bad side of liberalism when it goes to far. And by the by; Glenn Beck accuses everyone who corrects his history as being a nerd blogger in his underwear living in his Moms house. Beck IS as his image is depicted in this episode: an impotent little man who has to make noise and O'Reilly needs to man up if he does not want to fall into the same hole.


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