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A promising young boxer who was just released from prison after participating in a dog-fighting ring is put back under the microscope when a member of his old crew is found dead.

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Zack Nichols
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Serena Stevens
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Zoe Callas
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Sal
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Danny Ford
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Austin Darvis
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Little Ron (as Nicoye Rene Banks)
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Trina Smith
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Louis Marciano
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A promising young boxer who was just released from prison after participating in a dog-fighting ring is put back under the microscope when a member of his old crew is found dead.

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Gone to the dogs
12 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

A really grisly death of a man mauled and bitten by fighting dogs brings Major Case with Jeff Goldblum and Saffron Burrows catching it. The victim was connected with a promising fighter played by Michael B. Jordan who did a two year hiatus in prison after being ratted out by the victim for Jordan's part in a dog fighting ring.

Jordan is back on track under the tutelage of Dan Lauria for title shot. Another of Jordan's Homies from the hood who also did a bit in the prison system is also murdered in the same manner.

Forensics tell the tale here, some peculiar non-consistent injuries are what the victims sustain that don't match up to dog attacks.

In the end our detectives get a confession from a man who has satisfied his life ambition.

Jordan and Lauria are outstanding here.


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