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Sangre por Sangre 

A Puerto Rican gang leader that Mac helped put in prison many years ago is released, and suddenly the new leaders of the gang begin turning up dead.

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Rick Devarro
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Hazel Ortega
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Lisa Brigosa
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Luther Devarro
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Panthro Torres (as Eddie Fernandez)
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Fernando Flores
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When the leader of a powerful New York gang, El Puño, is found murdered, the CSIs must find the killer before a street war with a rival gang breaks out. Mac asks the co-founder of El Puño, Luther Devarro, a man he put behind bars years before, for help. Written by CBS Publicity

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"Sangre por sangre" is Spanish for "blood for blood". See more »

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When Ross is examining the liquor bottle in the lab, the fluid level in the bottle keeps varying. See more »

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Dr. Sid Hammerback: They say there are six million ways to die. Panthro Torres chose three. Official C.O.D. is cerebral hemorrhaging from a cracked skull due to his head hitting the awning. Had he survived that, he certainly would have succumbed to exsanguination from impalement. Not a bad way to go, considering option number three: a ruptured vena cava, courtesy of a fragmented .45.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Somehow, "ouch" doesn't quite cover it.
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Good To See EJO Again
21 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It was interesting to see Edward James Olmos again. It's been awhile since Ihave seen the man who was the boss on the TV hit show "Miami Vice." Prior to that, Olmos was in films such as "Blade Runner," "Stand And Deliver," and "Wolfen. In recent years, he's been a regular on several TV shows I haven' watched, or can't get.

The only thing that looked different about him today from when I remember him from the 1980's was that he's put on a little weight....but who doesn't when they get older? His acting was superb in here, better than I ever remember it. In this episode, he plays a former gang member "Luther Navarro" in the Puerto Rican section of the New York City who has just been released from years in jail. Series star "Mac Taylor" had been the one who had arrested him. However, there are no bitter feelings from "Navarro." He says Taylor "is a fair man."

The story, meanwhile, centers around some gang hits and Taylor's concern is that all-out gang war will start because of it. The CSI team tries to find out who is behind the killings before an all-out war starts.

In the end, they discover a surprising murderer and Taylor has a very suspenseful shootout with him (and a third party)/


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