Law & Order: UK (2009–2014)
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Jake and Kate argue over the morality of prosecuting a mentally ill man like Tyler and indeed over most things but declare a truce over a broken coffee machine whilst Ronnie catches up with... See full summary »

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Mat King

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Dick Wolf (original series created by), Emilia di Girolamo (teleplay by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bradley Walsh ... Ronnie Brooks
Paul Nicholls ... Sam Casey
Paterson Joseph ... Wes Leyton
Dominic Rowan ... Jacob Thorne
Georgia Taylor ... Kate Barker
Peter Davison ... Henry Sharpe
Aidan McArdle ... Finn Tyler
Alexander Perkins ... S.O.C.O. Pete
Adam Nagaitis ... William Braxton
David Ajala ... Gavin Dale
Adjoa Andoh ... Lilly
Jessica Gunning Jessica Gunning ... Angela
Ebony Gilbert ... Cathy
Joe Reynolds Joe Reynolds ... Ben
Alexandra Guelff ... Emma
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Jake and Kate argue over the morality of prosecuting a mentally ill man like Tyler and indeed over most things but declare a truce over a broken coffee machine whilst Ronnie catches up with estranged daughter Emma. As the last person to apparently have seen Tyler alive Sam is suspended from duty pending a full investigation. He has a day out with his little boy, to his ex-wife's disapproval. Convinced of Sam's innocence Ronnie does some sleuthing of his own, discovering that CCTV footage of Tyler in his cell has gone missing. This in turn leads him to discover a pact made by the bereaved relatives of the train victims and to the real killer. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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14 August 2013 (USA) See more »

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Remake of Law & Order: Aftershock (1996) See more »

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I'm sorry I've let you down. And I'd really like to try again. Honest
30 October 2017 | by CeccacciPaolo1977See all my reviews

Following the last episode, the murderer (Aidan McArdle) presumably committed suicide by hanging in the cell, much to the relief of victims' relatives (they even set up a support group). Anyway there is no chance a cord could be taken to prison without anyone noticed. Someone with proper cover had to take it from outside. CCTV set Casey up, because he was the last person who get in the cell and he had motive, due to the anger felt against the killer. But he's not the only one with access to the joint and somebody could have tampered CCTV footage.

Most of the episode focused on main character personal lives: Thorne has just lost his mother (from brain cancer) but he's not willing to go to the funeral because he hate her; Casey is still freak out for the train accident and he struggles to deal with his son's custody, leading him to drink heavily; Brooks hasn't understood yet family is more important than job in his daily life.


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