Deputy Chief Johnson and her team investigate the latest in what appears to be a gang related killing with two rival gangs on the verge of a major war. At the site, she is approached by D.B. Walker, a retired Marine Corps Colonel, who tells her he knows the identity of the killer: his own son. He thought the young man, also an ex-marine, had taken his own life after his wife was killed by a stray bullet in a gang-related shooting. Walker is now convinced that his son is seeking revenge against the gang-bangers involved in the shooting. Brenda agrees to work with him, but it soon becomes apparent that he has his own agenda; and, after a while, she isn't so sure just who the shooter is.
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The subtext of the episode captures the tension between multi-generational Africa-Americans in Los Angeles and new immigrant groups, particularly from Asia and Central/South America, who reside or own businesses in traditionally black neighborhoods. The scene between Jesus (the Catorce Brenda questions) and Gabriel reflects this growing tension, particularly as Jesus taunts Gabriel with "we're taking over." See more
When the Colonel is using a rifle scope to survey the area, he is holding the scope extremely close to his eye. A rifle scope requires 3' - 4" of distance from the eye (eye relief to avoid damage to the eye during the recoil of the rifle) to be usable. The scope, as used by the Colonel, would be useless. See more
Agent Fritz Howard
Is this official?
Brenda Leigh Johnson
Oh, of course. Yeah. I'm just a little behind on my paperwork, that's all.
References Gone with the Wind