Mary's new witness, Mia Cusato, comes to WITSEC with abundant evidence about the crime family of which she was a part. She confides in Mary, however, that she is dying of cancer and likely has only weeks or months to live - which may compromise her value as a protected witness. Marshall also struggles with the personal problems of one of his witnesses - a closeted gay man who has secretly brought his lover along into his new life in witness protection. Meanwhile, Mary's mother finally meets with Mary's and Brandy's half-brother Scott, one of the children from the new family their missing father had after he dropped out of their lives. Written by
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I can count the witnesses I've admired on a hand and a half. The ones I liked, fewer still. When it comes to those I was truly friends with, I can't put a number on it. I don't need to. It's just Mia. Someone who wouldn't be around for very long. I know somewhere a therapist's couch beckons. Mia lived forty-two years. All she wanted, in the end, was to have made a difference in one life. She did. She absolutely did. I know what she'd say if she heard all this: "Oh, shut up." Her ...
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