History Headscratchers / ColdCase

24th Mar '18 4:26:55 PM nombretomado
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9th Mar '18 3:08:50 AM HighfalutinQuelea
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* In "The Red and the Blue", why didn't Edie [[spoiler:report on Dusty murdering Truck? Was she afraid of Dusty taking revenge on her? Was she unwilling to be mentioned in Truck's murder?]]
6th Feb '18 6:53:03 AM HighfalutinQuelea
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** Not to mention one episode where in dealing with the death of a newborn, they discovered that the father was having an affair and then turned it around and told him that ''his daughter was dead because he had the affair''. What the Hell? Then later on when they thought her brother accidentally killed her, they moved in to arrest him ''even though he was about 8 years old at the time'' thus legally not responsible for her death.
*** They was just going to talk to him. Over all, this series focuses more on finding out the whole story than it is about the legality of the case. They are starting to be better now, showing the murderer signing his confession and what not.
*** In addition, their cruelty is typically a tool used to coax information out of people who'd otherwise clam up. They've even been shown to outright lie to suspects, all to make them start talking and dish the dirt.

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** Not to mention one episode where in dealing with the death of a newborn, they discovered that the father was having an affair and then turned it around and told him that ''his daughter was dead because he had the affair''. What the Hell? Then later on when they thought her brother accidentally killed her, they moved in to arrest him ''even though he was about 8 years old at the time'' thus legally not responsible for her death.
*** They was just going to talk to him. Over all, this series focuses more on finding out the whole story than it is about the legality of the case. They are starting to be better now, showing the murderer signing his confession and what not.
*** In addition, their
Their cruelty is typically a tool used to coax information out of people who'd otherwise clam up. They've even been shown to outright lie to suspects, all to make them start talking and dish the dirt.
6th Feb '18 6:49:20 AM HighfalutinQuelea
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* In the beginning of "Andy In C Minor", why are the kids dancing to the music if they are deaf?

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* In the beginning of "Andy In C Minor", why how are the kids dancing to the music if they are deaf?
20th Jan '18 5:59:05 PM HighfalutinQuelea
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* In the beginning of "Andy In C Minor", why are the kids dancing to the music if they are deaf?
5th Jan '18 5:05:45 AM HighfalutinQuelea
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* In "Andy In C Minor" how did [[spoiler:Carlos hide Andy's body? Did he physically drag the body or hijack a car and drive off]]?
27th Nov '17 7:57:15 AM samitv
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*In s01e04 Churchgoing People, who made the second call from Judy's house?



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12th Feb '16 10:13:23 PM loracarol
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* Wait, so in ''The Boy in the Box'', who left the suitcase? Is the implication supposed to be that Sister Vivian left it? Or did they say who (...and I just missed it)?
8th Sep '15 5:11:21 PM DrOO7
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** In another episode, just before his interrogation begins, a suspect (ultimately proven innocent) makes it clear that he knows he can walk out at any time and that he'll do so if he wants to.
2nd Apr '13 6:21:00 PM Metaisho
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