Carrie and Al's latest case - the murder of an Afghani cab driver - has the potential to turn into a matter of national security when it's discovered that the victim was a government informant.

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Carrie and Al's latest case - the murder of an Afghani cab driver - has the potential to turn into a matter of national security when it's discovered that the victim was a government informant.

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Stanley Lewis, a veteran of the Vietnam War, reports two weapons missing from his home: "an M16 rifle, and a 9 millimeter" in his own words. He goes on to say that both were his military service weapons that he kept after he "mustered out in '69". However the US military did not adopt 9mm ammunition until 1985, and issued the first 9mm sidearm, the M9, in 1990, far too late for service in 1969. Furthermore, the US Army did not give away serviceable weapons during the Vietnam War, so they would have to have been stolen. It would not have been possible for someone in possession of illicit firearms to have registered them in New York City as depicted. See more »

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2.5 is ***
26 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The story starts out real well when an Afghani cab driver is shot to death by a passenger who speaks the same language. As the driver was helping federal authorities to infiltrate a terrorist cell, I really thought we had something really fascinating going on here.

Instead, in a way, the story is downgraded a lot when it's determined that a post-traumatic veteran pulled the trigger because when the driver answered his cell phone, it brought back memories of his buddy being killed in a similar way while serving the country.

Naturally, it didn't take too long to determine who the guilty party was. I guess the guy was innocent by reason of insanity. While post- traumatic service shock is a major problem, I thought it could have been handled a lot better.


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