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13th Nov '16 4:37:52 PM LongTallShorty64
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* In ''Film/{{Brute Force|1947}}'', Munsey wants to get extra information out of Louie before Joe and the gang try to escape, so he puts on loud classical music and proceeds to beat Louie with a drainpipe.

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* In ''Film/{{Brute Force|1947}}'', Munsey Captain Munsey, a guard from the penitentiary, wants to get extra information out of Louie before Joe and the gang try to escape, so he puts on loud classical music and proceeds to beat Louie with a drainpipe.
13th Nov '16 4:35:53 PM LongTallShorty64
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** In ''Film/{{Brute Force|1947}}'', Munsey wants to get extra information out of Louie before Joe and the gang try to escape, so he puts on loud classical music and proceeds to beat Louie with a drainpipe.

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** * In ''Film/{{Brute Force|1947}}'', Munsey wants to get extra information out of Louie before Joe and the gang try to escape, so he puts on loud classical music and proceeds to beat Louie with a drainpipe.
13th Nov '16 4:35:35 PM LongTallShorty64
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**In ''Film/{{Brute Force|1947}}'', Munsey wants to get extra information out of Louie before Joe and the gang try to escape, so he puts on loud classical music and proceeds to beat Louie with a drainpipe.
2nd Nov '16 9:58:30 AM SolidSonicTH
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* A rather curious application is used in ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''[='s=] pilot episode, "A Study in Pink". [[spoiler:Jeff Hope has been shot by John Watson and is bleeding out. Sherlock knows there's no saving the guy so he demands to know who hired him before he expires. Initially Hope refuses to give up his employer but then Sherlock reminds him that, while dying, he can still feel pain and proceeds to put pressure on the open wound. This coerces the already-dying man into revealing that he was hired by a man named "Moriarty"]].
2nd Nov '16 9:44:02 AM SolidSonicTH
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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away. In later episodes he does get away with such tactics, though (like walking a potential lead down to the riverside and threatening to murder him execution-style unless he gives up the location of a CopKiller).

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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away. In later episodes he does get away with such tactics, though (like walking a potential lead down to the riverside and threatening to murder him execution-style unless he gives up the location of a CopKiller).CopKiller), and he regularly shoves and slaps uncooperative subjects during interrogations.
2nd Nov '16 9:32:16 AM SolidSonicTH
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** Subverted in the episode where [[spoiler:Danny's wife is kidnapped in order to silence him from testifying]]. He asks for an isolated interrogation of the man he's testifying against, implying he will do something of the sort, but he merely reaffirms that he will not be intimidated and that, if anything does happen to his wife, he'll spread news around the prison that he received cooperation from the suspect and let them sort it out. He leaves the room without even laying a hand on the perp.

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** Subverted in the episode where [[spoiler:Danny's wife is kidnapped in order to silence him from testifying]]. testifying against a notorious drug baron]]. He asks for an isolated interrogation of the man he's testifying against, suspect, implying he will do something of the sort, but he merely reaffirms that he will not be intimidated and that, if anything [[spoiler:anything does happen to his wife, wife]], he'll spread news around the prison that he received cooperation from the suspect and let them sort it out. He leaves the room without even laying a hand on the perp.
2nd Nov '16 9:30:59 AM SolidSonicTH
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** Subverted in the episode where [[spoiler:Danny's wife is kidnapped in order to silence him from testifying]]. He asks for an isolated interrogation of the man he's testifying against, implying he will do something of the sort, but he merely reaffirms that he will not be intimidated and that, if anything does happen to his wife, he'll spread news around the prison that he received cooperation from the suspect and let them sort it out. He leaves the room without even laying a hand on the perp.
2nd Nov '16 9:22:09 AM SolidSonicTH
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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away. Later on he gets away with it, though (like walking a potential lead down to the riverside and threatening to murder him execution-style unless he gives up the location of a CopKiller).

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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away. Later on In later episodes he gets does get away with it, such tactics, though (like walking a potential lead down to the riverside and threatening to murder him execution-style unless he gives up the location of a CopKiller).
2nd Nov '16 9:21:18 AM SolidSonicTH
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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away. Later on he gets away with it, though (like walking a potential lead down to the riverside and threatens to murder him execution-style unless he gives up the location of a CopKiller).

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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away. Later on he gets away with it, though (like walking a potential lead down to the riverside and threatens threatening to murder him execution-style unless he gives up the location of a CopKiller).
2nd Nov '16 9:20:47 AM SolidSonicTH
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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away.

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* [[RealityEnsues Realistically]] {{subverted}} in the pilot of ''Series/BlueBloods''. Danny beats the living daylights out of a child predator to find a kidnapped girl. Said predator's lawyer successfully argues that the confession is inadmissible, forcing Danny to find other evidence to put him away. Later on he gets away with it, though (like walking a potential lead down to the riverside and threatens to murder him execution-style unless he gives up the location of a CopKiller).
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