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In Defense of Madeline Scott, Part 1 

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Easy takes on an immigration case to help a young DREAMer, Hector Costa, who was convicted of murder. Madeline, Bodie, Wren, Levi and Violet double down on their investigation into who ... See full summary »

Director:

Jennifer Phang

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David Elliot (created by), Stacy A. Littlejohn | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rachelle Lefevre ... Madeline Scott
Russell Hornsby ... Ezekiel 'Easy' Boudreau
Vincent Kartheiser ... Bodie Quick
Nikki M. James ... Violet Bell
Riley Smith ... Levi Scott (credit only)
Clare O'Connor ... Young Madeline Scott (credit only)
Kelsey Grammer ... Gore Bellows
Caitlin Mehner ... Heather Husband
Tiffany Dupont ... Nikki Castro
Jeffrey Nordling ... Rick Zahn
Candice Coke ... Wren
Adam Busch ... Noah Weiss
Catherine Lidstone ... Isabel Sanchez
Josue Aguirre ... Hector Costa
Patrick Mulvey ... ASA Gerald Warren
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Easy takes on an immigration case to help a young DREAMer, Hector Costa, who was convicted of murder. Madeline, Bodie, Wren, Levi and Violet double down on their investigation into who killed Rosemary. Meanwhile, the showdown between Madeline and Bellows begins.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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English

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3 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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Color

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16:9 HD
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The production code was 1LBT12. See more »

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References The Shawshank Redemption (1994) See more »

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My Rope
Written by Paul Christopher Otten
Performed by Paul Otten
Courtesy of Black Toast Music
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Writers intentionally misinform
23 May 2019 | by dshell102See all my reviews

"It's not policy" is an outright lie.

The immigration system isn't set up to separate families. But thanks to the Clinton era Flores agreement, children must be set free after a short period of time while criminal parents are still held -- and most of the time it's not even their parents they are with. (some children have been used multiple times by traffickers and other criminals).

The "agreement" was even upheld when Obama tried to violate it - so this is a long standing policy upheld by the courts.

The new policy was to hold criminals entering illegally. That's it. Yes, they took steps to determine if the kids were with family or being trafficked -- Obama just released them with the human traffickers. Catch and release. Thanks Obama.

The show is packed with lies. So glad this trash was cancelled.


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