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Law and Order - Season 8, Episode 13: EpertThe most recent victims of an apparent serial killer are a woman who worked with underprivileged children and a sportscaster. Upon investigating the background of one of the victims, it is discovered that a fondness for kinky sex may have been the motivation for the murder. The captured killer tries to get off on the 'Kojak' defense, claiming that his mind was 'twisted' by watching too much television. The strategy used by McCoy (Sam Waterston) to attack this argument could well have been Law & Order producer Dick Wolf's own personal response to those who think that purging TV of violence is the solution to violence in real life.
Creators of "Law and Order - Season 8"Dick WolfBirthdate: 20 December 1946, New York City, New York, USA
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