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Season 9 Episode 19: Good Son

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    ChrisGreen1751

    [1]May 18, 2013
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    1. Did Michael kill Adam in Self-Defense or Accident?


    2. Since Michael got arrested at End of Episode, is it because of Obstruction of Justice?


    3. Since Michael got arrested at End of Episode, is it because Michael should've told NCIS that (He Killed Adam in Self-Defense) or (He Accidentally Killed Adam)?


    4. At Beginning of this Episode, if Michael told NCIS the Truth, then would they Actually release Michael?


    5. Since Michael got Arrested in the Ending, is it because Michael confessed to Gambling?


    6. After Adam knocked over atleast 1 Table, did Michael still accept Money for Recruiting Players?


    7. If Michael accepted Money for Recruiting Players or If Michael refused to accept that Particular Money, then did Any of the Players win Money in Gambling?

    Edited on 06/17/2013 10:48am
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    lynna12000

    [2]Jun 22, 2013
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    Michael was arrested because he killed Adam; his defense attorney would probably argue self-defense. Obstruction charges would be filed in addition to the murder charges. If he had confessed to the self defense at the start, there would not any question of Obstruction of Justice charges. It is not up to NCIS who they can or cannot release. Their job is to find and arrest the perpetrator of the crime. Gambling contributed to the crime, it did not excuse it.

    Whether the players were compensated by money or favors, they still participated. Adam knocking over the tables had nothing to do with the recruiting. Michael wanted the easy money.
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