Members of the radical deaf community are suspects in the murder of a doctor who provides cochlear implants. But the investigation proves troublesome when members refuse to cooperate because of their contempt for the hearing public.
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In New York state, the following are considered forgery in the second degree, a class D felony, which can carry a prison sentence of 1-1/3 to 7 years: writing an illegitimate prescription with either a stolen prescription pad or a forged prescription pad; altering the dosage, drug strength, drug quantity, refill quantity, or dispense date of a legitimately written prescription: An alleged suspect will face an additional charge of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree, also a class D felony if the following occurs: a forged prescription passes, the pharmacy fills it, the prescription was for a controlled substance. An alleged suspect could face a charge of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, a class B felony with a sentence of 3 to 5 years (with no prior record) and a maximum sentence of 25 years (with priors) for the following: the suspect intended to sell the controlled substance obtained with a forged prescription. See more
While kneeling over the body, Goren states that the doctor was shot in the hand. He then lifts the doctors arm and we see a bullet hole in his palm. But then Goren turns the doctors hand over and there is no corresponding hole in the back of the hand. See more
Det. Peter Lyons
Look, Alexandra, most of what I do is outreach. I'm more comfortable interpreting for the community than interrogating it.
You helped us at the rink.
Det. Peter Lyons
Well, there your partner was right. That's a public place. This is completely different.
Shankly was out of line, but there is still a murderer out there targeting people who educate and care for the deaf. Are you comfortable with that?