Law & Order: Season 20, Episode 10

Shotgun (20 Nov. 2009)

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A small businessman in Spanish Harlem becomes a hero after shooting three armed robbers. However, the investigation later discovers that there are holes in his story and that it may not have been a case of self-defense.

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When an elderly man defends his shop from an armed robbery, Detectives Kevin Bernard and Cyrus Lupo suspect that this incident could have been an inside job. After further investigation, the detectives discover that the mugging might have been a scare tactic for a shakedown. Written by NBC Publicity

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The prosecutor claims that one blood stain is covered by another to show that one person was shot before another. In real life, as the two people shot were hit within seconds of each other, their blood stains would mix together. This would make it impossible to determine who was shot first from just the blood stains. See more »

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