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When a teenage girl is found dead in the park, the detectives uncover a group of teen racists and the adult who encouraged them. The prosecution's case sparks a debate about hate speech and the First Amendment.

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... Lennie Briscoe
... Rey Curtis
... Anita Van Buren
... Jack McCoy
... Abbie Carmichael
... Adam Schiff
... Tom Willis
Jonathan Hogan ... Mr. Latimer
Lawrence Nathanson ... Mr. Osborne
... Ms. Caldwell
... Peter Stymons
... Derek Harland
... Jessica Buehl
Ted Kazanoff ... Judge Daniel Scarletti
... Detective Morris LaMotte
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When a teenage girl is found dead in the park, the detectives uncover a group of teen racists and the adult who encouraged them. The prosecution's case sparks a debate about hate speech and the First Amendment.

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6 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Felix Solis has portrayed four different characters throughout the course of the series: See more »

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Despite finding modified weapons (semiautomatic to fully auto) weapons the case isn't prosecuted as a federal offense. They could have turned Willis and cohort over to the Feds and then held onto him while they built a murder case. No one even discusses this even though it would have a simple way to make their case. See more »

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D.A. Adam Schiff: U.S. Attorney called, asked if there's a civil rights prosecution here.
Jack McCoy: Far as we can tell, this wasn't a bias crime. The victim was one of their own.
D.A. Adam Schiff: What's the matter, they run out of people to hate?
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Dedicated to United States Attorney Charles Rose. He made the world a safer place. See more »

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Betcha Bannon Hates This One
9 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

A group of teen Nazis lynch a naive girl who was going to expose them, and the DA not only goes after them but the white supremacist who inspired them. Guarantee you a number of the "fine people" who were at Charlottesville have a problem with the portrayal of their movement in this episode.

Good episode with a fine story-line. Also, props to future TV forensic detective Anna Belknap, playing a fifteen-year-old when she was already in her late twenties, and turning in one hell of a performance for only her second on-screen role.


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