Goof: When Mr. Woll arrives in court to represent the three young males, he states, "We have three juveniles, two 14-year-olds and a 16-year-old without records." In New York state, all 16-year-olds are considered to be adults and are always tried as such for any crime, including misdemeanors.
Michael Cutter: A firefight over a couple of songs, unbelievable.
Connie Rubirosa: As if these cartels need a pretext to kill.
Connie Rubirosa: These guys are folk heroes.
Jack McCoy: Not to mention pushers and murderers.
Connie Rubirosa: Well, you'd have to know Mexico's colonial history. Banditos fought the power. Banditos like my ancestor, Juan Cortina. People revered them.
Jack McCoy: Your ancestor, maybe I should keep a closer eye on you. So the Vela cartel targeted Nina Wilshire because she was in a song that extolled the virtues of a rival cartel.
Kevin Bernard: Yeah, well, it's called talking smack with a semi-automatic.
Jack McCoy: A Mexican drug cartel is relying on children to carry out their murders?
Michael Cutter: These children are trained assassins.
Cyrus Lupo: Skunk weed. Forget interiors, our gal was designing drug deals.
Kevin Bernard: That's a hazardous occupation.
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: August 18, 2011 on Sky 1/Sky 1 HD
Special billing was given to Ernie Hudson (and) for this episode.
This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the ongoing armed conflict between Mexico and drug cartels, along with its casualties across the border.
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