Law & Order (1990–2010)
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The murder of a prominent Japanese model visiting New York City may have been a Yakuza-related murder for hire.

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When a female Japanese tourist is killed, her husband who survives, claims that they were attacked by some black men. An investigation ensues into the possibility that the man wanted to kill his wife to collect the insurance. But when the man goes back to Japan and extradition is impossible, Branch decides to make false statements to trick the man into returning. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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28 April 2004 (USA)  »

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Chris Chalk (Thomas Walker) also plays a character by the same name (Corporal Thomas Walker) in the Showtime series, "Homeland". See more »

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The trial judge's name changes throughout the episode. When we first meet him, the caption identifies him as "Harrison Taylor". Later, we see that the name on his office door is "Thomas Sommers". In the final scenes, as the verdict is being read, the name plate on his bench reads "Thomas Everton". See more »

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Arthur Branch: I guess you won't be joining us for the bar association gala tonight.
Jack McCoy: I'm hoping for a verdict.
Arthur Branch: You said that two days ago.
Jack McCoy: Olson called. They're willing to plead to murder two.
Arthur Branch: Yeah, well, tell him he's got a better chance of catching a bat in a fly trap.
Jack McCoy: We might have a hung jury, Arthur.
Arthur Branch: The man made a cynical and heartless decision to murder his wife for money. And the fact that he tried to exploit racial divisions makes it even more heinous.
Jack McCoy: I agree.
Arthur Branch: I have faith in this jury. And the good...
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You ever wonder how many people see the front page story and miss the follow-up correction?
8 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

An operator in her first day of work at 911 received the first call: a foreigner stated he and his wife had been shot and they were both wounded. The wife died shortly after reaching the hospital; they were Japanese national on holiday to see Ground Zero. The husband (Will Yun Lee), a businessman who owned a nightclub in Tokyo, was not life- threatening and he recognized the killer as a black man wearing a stocking cap who left the scene with a red van. A delivery service in the neighborhood used red van to make deliveries but all the laborers had their own alibi. Anyway, one delivery man noticed a Lexus leaving the crime scene at the time of the murder. It was driven by a Jacuza member who confessed right away the murder: he was hired by the husband to collect insurance money (he had a lot of gambling debts). Racial issues emerged at trial and some jurors were replaced.

An episode in which we see how sometimes Justice System could take advantage of press to reach the target. A dispute against Japanese consulate emerged, but thanks to reporters there were no need of extradition.


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