When Potter has one of his demonstrations, the police send some cops to make sure nothing gets out of hand. And among them is Jamie. He tries to prevent an accident but Potter cries brutality and a video released shows that Jamie acted with malice but Jamie claims the video was edited. Potter would be joined by Gerry Guererro, a lawyer who also has an ax to grind with the police department and Frank. Frank wants things done by the book which means an IAB investigation with the cooperation of the D.A. But Jamie ends up on modified duty and he doesn't think it's fair. Erin wants to prosecute a man who wrote a rap song which talks about a murder, because it sounds very much like an actual murder. Erin is approached by a couple who say they are the man's parents who tell Erin their son didn't commit the murder depicted in the song. They say he's a kid who grew up in the suburbs who claims he's from the ghetto. Erin then assumes that if he didn't commit the murder he knows who did. She ...
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You know, most guys, I think, "Gee, he's got a thin skin when it comes to matters surrounding his family". I get that. But I don't think that's what's going on here. I think that you move your human traits around to what plays best for each given situation.
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