While Brenda returns early after her mother's death to help Major Crimes solve the murder of a security guard, Raydor uncovers the leak in the department from Brenda's Turell Baylor case.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
DDA Claire Baldwin (as Amanda Mason Warren)
Kira Sternbach ...
Jenna Bateman


Brenda returns to work early to investigate the shooting death of a security guard outside an abandoned home. Her efforts are slowed by DDA Baldwin's interference in the case. Already pushed to the limit, Brenda must also cope with the news that Raydor and Pope have discovered the leak in the department. Written by skillwithaquill

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Crime | Drama | Mystery






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6 August 2012 (USA)  »

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A strong entry
8 August 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, this series is certainly going out strong. The storyline in this one is strong but sad (well, it is about murder). A decorated Iraq and Afghanistan veteran now working as a private security guard is found dead of a shotgun blast to the head. The investigation itself is interesting and the young actress who plays the 16 year old vamp is excellent. The scene where she is being interrogated is almost frightening for the total lack of moral sensibility the girl exhibits. The side story of identifying the culprit who leaked sensitive departmental information is also very well done. Ditto for the scene where the person apologizes to his colleagues. All accept the apology but one. As to be expected, the best scene is the final one where Brenda is highly distraught and is agonizing over what her mother wanted to talk to her about. This could have been maudlin but was in fact heartbreaking. This was such a human "woulda, coulda, shoulda" response to pain and tragedy, one to which most of us can probably relate.

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