Eric Speicher: It's a book!
Ed Green: A book you just said your father saved from the Nazis!
Arthur Branch: Talk about family values, it took a shredded Bible to bring this bunch together.
Jack McCoy: And a lie.
Jack McCoy: The next time somebody desecrates a mosque --
Arthur Branch: To make a political statement or because of a dispute with a family member?
Jack McCoy: It doesn't matter WHY you yell "Fire!" in a crowded theatre. You can't use religion as a provocation.
Arthur Branch: Religious fervor.
Jack McCoy: The nitroglycerin of the 21st century.
The book that was desecrated, the Chumash, is the bound version of the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament.
Rabbi Geller: When that neo-Nazi shot the Jewish schoolchildren in California ...
He's probably referring to Buford Furrow, who had ties to the Aryan Nations and shot five people at a Jewish Community Center in Los Angeles in August 1999. Three of the victims were children. They all survived, but Furrow killed an Asian postal worker later that day. He pled guilty to avoid the death penalty and is serving life without parole.