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Veteran's Day 

An angry veteran whose son died in Iraq claims extreme emotional disturbance after he is charged with killing a young Iraq War protester he thought was provoking him.

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Kenneth Silva
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A young man is found strangled. They discover that he was a war protester. They learn that he butted heads with the father of a soldier who died in Afganistan when he disrupted the father's attempt to get his son honored. The father is arrested and tried and his lawyer mounts a defense centered on the fact that the father is also a veteran and that he suffers from PTSD. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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18 February 2004 (USA)  »

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Anita Van Buren: Tell me we have an ID.
Ed Green: Mm-hmm. The vic's name is Brian Teague. VCI had his prints on file.
Anita Van Buren: I love it when their fingers do the talking.
Ed Green: Well, in Teague's case, they couldn't shut up. Four collars for disturbing the peace, one for assault, another one for resisting arrest.
Anita Van Buren: Well, maybe he just mouthed off once too often.
Lennie Briscoe: It doesn't feel like a street fight to me. He didn't have any other injuries.
Ed Green: His wallet's missing. Somebody could have jumped him.
Lennie Briscoe: Hey, the lab's examining that button. They ...
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Blood floods the brain, the capillaries start exploding like popcorn.
6 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Two friends were taking a stroll in a chilly and snowy night. They noticed a guy on the sidewalk and they thought he felt asleep: he was actually strangled to death. The guy was a college student very active as an anti-war protester; forensics stated the killer must have skills that come from military training by the way the strangulation occurred. Detectives realized he was a chain-smoker and they questioned at first the owner of the neighborhood tobacco store. The same day the victim, who had a bad temper, had an argument with a mailman and with a policeman. Someone stashed his tyres and scratched his car door and later on he confronted a war veteran (Paul Calderon) at a local pub, located nearby the crime scene. It wasn't the first time the two had a fight: months earlier they argued at community board over the decision to name a road after the veteran's son, a soldier killed in action. At trial all becomes a matter of poor or rich backgrounds.

This episode show us how the public opinion is torn between who is pro and who is against war. Anyway in every war only poor guys face the battlefield.


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