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Carrie and Al's latest case - the murder of an Afghani cab driver - has the potential to turn into a matter of national security when it's discovered that the victim was a government informant.

Director:

Matt Earl Beesley

Writers:

Ed Redlich (developed by), John Bellucci (developed by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Poppy Montgomery ... Carrie Wells
Dylan Walsh ... Al Burns
Dallas Roberts ... Eliot Delson
James Hiroyuki Liao ... Jay Lee
Tawny Cypress ... Cherie Rollins-Murray
Jane Curtin ... Joanne Webster
Brian J. Smith ... John Curtis
Opal Alladin ... Major Perkins
Marjan Neshat ... Mrs. Sajadi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lorenzo Beronilla Lorenzo Beronilla ... Sushi Chef
Rick Bolander ... M.C.S. Tech
Tyrone Marshall Brown ... Richie (as Tyrone Brown)
Sam Carrell ... Juror
Brian Delate ... Stanley Lewis
Maria Eberline ... Bridesmaid
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Carrie and Al's latest case - the murder of an Afghani cab driver - has the potential to turn into a matter of national security when it's discovered that the victim was a government informant.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 August 2013 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Goofs

Stanley Lewis, a veteran of the Vietnam War, reports two weapons missing from his home: "an M16 rifle, and a 9 millimeter" in his own words. He goes on to say that both were his military service weapons that he kept after he "mustered out in '69". However the US military did not adopt 9mm ammunition until 1985, and issued the first 9mm sidearm, the M9, in 1990, far too late for service in 1969. Furthermore, the US Army did not give away serviceable weapons during the Vietnam War, so they would have to have been stolen. It would not have been possible for someone in possession of illicit firearms to have registered them in New York City as depicted. See more »

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