Cold Squad

Season 6 Episode 9

Kill Me Twice

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Aired Unknown Nov 30, 2002 on CTV
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Kill Me Twice
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Years ago, Pierre Martin was convincted of murdering Randall Bettinger, but suddenly Bettinger turns up alive and well, making Len, who had busted the case, look very bad. Within 48 hours though, Bettinger is found dead for real, and Casey brings in both Nicco and Len to work the case, and each uses their snitches to help prove who murdered Bettinger. Mickey gets pulled in when the murder of 6-yr-old Jeannie Yan is reopened after nearly ten years, because the girl was the first dead child she ever saw. She asks Ali to investigate, and when Ali begs off, Mickey begins doing some detective work of her own.moreless

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    Tamara Craig Thomas

    Tamara Craig Thomas

    Det. Mickey Kollander (1999-2003; eps. 27-85)

    Matthew Bennett

    Matthew Bennett

    Sgt. Len Harper (2001-2005; eps. 60-98)

    Garry Chalk

    Garry Chalk

    Insp. Andrew Pawlachuk (2000-2005; eps. 40-98) [as Garry Chalk]

    Joely Collins

    Joely Collins

    Christine Wren (2000-2005; eps. 40-98)

    Julie Stewart

    Julie Stewart

    Sgt. Ali McCormick (1998-2005; eps. 1-98)

    Gregory Calpakis

    Gregory Calpakis

    Det. Nicco Sevallis (1999-2003; eps. 27-85)

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      • Pierre Martin's definition of double jeopardy (can't charge a person twice with the same crime) is the typical misunderstanding of the double jeopardy rule. For example, if Mr. X is convicted of murding Mrs. X in 1985 but she turns up alive and well and he kills her in 1995, he cannot be recharged with the 1985 murder, but he can be charged with the 1995 murder. This false belief of the definition of the double jeopardy law is perpetuated by films such as Double Jeopardy starring Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones, where the character of Travis states that Libby cannot be charged for killing the husband she was convicted of seven years earlier. This can be found in part 11(h,i) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the fifth amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Pierre Martin: See you in court, Serpico.

        Serpico is a well-known name in detective television circles. Pierre calls Len that after informing him he will sue him for wrongful arrest for the years-earlier murder of Randy Bettinger, which it turns out never happened.

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