A prestigious swim coach claims to have shot and killed a Hispanic intruder in his house, but Major Crimes soon discovers a shocking connection between the two men as well as a number of other more disturbing crimes.



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Robert Gossett ...
Rebecca Slater
Charles Frey
Albert Torres
Mary Torres


The media suspects racial motives after a young Latino intruder is killed in the home of a renown Olympic swim coach. As the Major Crimes team delves deeper into the slain young man's past, some dark and painful secrets come to light. Flynn remains frustrated about the circumstances of his daughter's upcoming wedding and receives support from someone he least expects. Written by skillwithaquill/edited by statmanjeff

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Crime | Drama | Mystery



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29 July 2013 (USA)  »

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Assistant Chief Taylor: Unbelievable! There's no crime we can charge this guy with.
Detective Julio Sanchez: So we're just gonna let him walk?
Assistant Chief Taylor: Well, we can't go around asking people if Frey did horrible things to their kids. We come up short with that, Frey could sue us for destroying his reputation.
Captain Sharon Raydor: So, let's protect him. Let's put out a press release saying the rumors of molestation are groundless.
Assistant Chief Taylor: Wait, wait, hold on. What rumors? There are no rumors.
Captain Sharon Raydor: You want our media friends to have an alternative to the story about race, right?
Assistant Chief Taylor: Would ...
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Bad Episode
30 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Way wrong on the law, plus trite totally predictable ending....

If a drama that claims to be authentic is going to tackle a subject matter of this nature then for god's sake at least get the law correct.

This episode has one of the most over-worked over-used predictable endings that has been used in so many crime dramas that those of us watching all declared in unison what the ending would be well before it took place. They really phoned in this one, frankly it is a re-worked story that was done on SVU a few times (and at least SVU got the law right) The ending all makes LAPD look stupid; because they would never have let what happened play out as it did.

Nothing to be proud about on this one; one of the worst episodes ever.


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