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Vaya Con Dios 

The DA's office prosecutes a Chilean colonel for the murder of a New Yorker working with the Communists during the Pinochet military coup. But has the office overstepped its jurisdiction?


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ed Green
Anita Van Buren
Jack McCoy
Abbie Carmichael
Adam Schiff
Mrs. Whitman
George Morfogen ...
Mr. Reyes
Kevin Morse
Judge Busey
Paul Wheeler
Alicia Renee Washington ...
State Department Attorney (as Alicia Washington)
Detective Morris LaMotte


Briscoe and Green are investigating the death of an elderly man who appears to have fallen down the stairs. But the ME thinks he was pushed. They learn that the man was ranting about how his son who was an activist who was killed during the Chilean coup in 1973. And they learn he was not crazy. It appears he was looking for an American military man who may have been involved with what happened to his son. They learn that the man at the apartment where he died was the son of the officer he was looking for. The man told the man looking for his father that he was dead but didn't believe him and that's when they fought and he fell down the stairs. He also confirms what the man claims that his father was involved with what happened to the man's son. After pleading the man out, McCoy decides to look into what happened to the man's son. And it turns out that the Chilean man who may have been involved with what happened to the man's son, is now a high ranking government official and is in New... Written by

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24 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The defenant's attorney is called Mr Chiles, also the name of the lawyer in the sitcom Seinfeld. See more »


In Jack McCoy's office (Thursday, March 11) Det. Green tells Jack about the confession, and begins shaking Jack's hand. In the next shot, Jack should be seen finishing the handshake, but, he is not. See more »


Leon Chiles: Many of these prisoners were tortured?
Colonel Emilio Pantoya: Ah, well, they... hey were interrogated, let's say, vigorously. I mean, these people were very dangerous people. I mean, many of them belonged to armed groups financed by Cuba and by the Soviet Union.
Leon Chiles: Some of them were executed?
Colonel Emilio Pantoya: Only the ones, uh, that were found guilty of treason by a military tribunal.
Leon Chiles: How do you explain Jason Whitman's death?
Colonel Emilio Pantoya: A mistake. A regrettable mistake, during time of crisis. It was not sanctioned by me or by anyone under my ...
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