Whitechapel (2009–2013)
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Episode #3.2 

After another family is killed, the custody officer admits that Salter terrified him into releasing him. Salter was owed money by the victims, as he was by his brother, and he is eventually... See full summary »

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John Strickland
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rupert Penry-Jones ... DI Joseph Chandler
Phil Davis ... DS Ray Miles
Steve Pemberton ... Edward Buchan
Sam Stockman Sam Stockman ... DC Emerson Kent
Ben Bishop ... DC Finley Mansell
Hannah Walters Hannah Walters ... DC Megan Riley
Claire Rushbrook ... Dr. Caroline Llewellyn
Nate Fallows Nate Fallows ... Tom Knight (as Nate Fellows)
Christina Chong ... Lizzie Pepper
Simon Manyonda ... DO Sean Pinchin
Fiona Roberts Fiona Roberts ... Lola Emery
David Schneider ... Marcus Salter
Hannah John-Kamen ... Roxy (as Hannah John Kamen)
Maddy Hill ... Lara Lawrence
James Dreyfus ... Charlie Cross
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After another family is killed, the custody officer admits that Salter terrified him into releasing him. Salter was owed money by the victims, as he was by his brother, and he is eventually cornered in a cinema and recaptured. However he is exonerated following the slaughter of another household, the link to each slaying being that in each case a selfish young woman is spared. Buchan's research leads to a man who was familiar with the murder sites and had a grievance against an arrogant female driver. Have the police got their man this time? Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 February 2012 (UK) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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! Wrong Title for this Episode
12 February 2012 | by tikitracySee all my reviews

Who ever created this entry under this title is wrong in that this is not story two of season three for Whitechapel. It clearly states on the BBC website that they will have three (3) two-hour (2-hr) stories for this season. Story one (1) involves the data contained in this write-up and the original entry for itself. In other words, they are duplex episodes. Story two (2) has yet to be broadcast, and the details aren't readily available to date.

That said, this second-part of story one is great and further develops the characters and storyline of both the Whitechapel police force and the utilization of multiple criminology techniques to help solve the crimes.


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