History Recap / LawAndOrderS4E9BornBad

3rd Nov '10 7:35:17 PM GliderGuy
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Van Buren talks to Andy, and discusses Flo Bishop. Briscoe comes in and says that Pollit blamed Bishop for the break ins. According to Briscoe, Bishop fenced the sound equipment that Jon, Chris, and Andy stole from Mohr. Pollit also says Bishop killed Jon to stop him from ratting her out. Andy quickly says that Pollit must be lying, and that he's the one who killed Pollit.

Logan interrogates Andy, who says that Jon wanted money so that his mother could afford a place to live. Pollit was supposed to fence the equipment for money, but he spent all the money on clothes before giving it to the others. On the night of the murder, the three fled after they heard Delia, and then Pollit went nuts and kicked Jon to death. Andy says that Pollit scared him worse than his own abusive father.

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Van Buren talks to Andy, and discusses Flo Bishop. Briscoe comes in and says that Pollit blamed Bishop for the break ins. According to Briscoe, Bishop fenced the sound equipment that Jon, Chris, and Andy stole from Mohr. Pollit also says Bishop killed Jon to stop him from ratting her out. Andy quickly says that Pollit must be lying, and that he's the one who killed Pollit.

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Logan interrogates Andy, who says that Jon wanted money so that his mother could afford a place to live. Pollit was supposed to fence the equipment for money, but he spent all the money on clothes before instead of giving it to the others. On the night of the murder, the three returned to the house to steal more stuff. They fled after they heard Delia, and then Pollit went nuts and kicked Jon to death. Andy says that Pollit scared him worse than his own abusive father.



Stone objects that the scientific evidence is not generally accepted by the scientific community, but Brolin says all scientists accept gene theory. Kershan brings up a precedent where this was tried, the Richard Speck case, but Brolin points out that Speck didn't have the chromosome, so it's a different situation. Kershan decides to allow the defense.

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Stone objects that the scientific evidence is not generally accepted by the scientific community, but Brolin says all scientists accept gene theory. Kershan brings up a precedent where this was tried, attempted and didn't work, the Richard Speck case, but Brolin points out that Speck didn't actually have the chromosome, so it's a different situation. Kershan decides to allow the defense.
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