There is the old-line one in which the law only serves as guidelines. Yes, traditional trickery during interrogation and brutality are okay.
The other is one that attempts to play by the book. That mindset is trying to get the upper hand.
Well, in Wednesday's night episode many viewers probably were cheering for the law as guidelines approach. The plot line involved re-homing. Of children. No, not animals.
In Illinois it is legal to re-home children. The elite squad stumbled upon the abuse of that when shutting down a drug den. In a shed nearby were two dead children and one still alive and calling for help.
Essentially, too many of the children surrendered by their parents wound up trafficked by a bad guy. On a website he auctioned off the children. Among the bidders, of course, were sex perverts.
When he was caught, the voice of the new generation of police work had to talk down the old order from killing him. During interrogation he asked for a lawyer. No dice. The old order wanted the names and locations of other children who had been sold.
Mission accomplished. Some but not all the trafficked children were rescued.
But the process was illegal. This raw series pushes complex issues. At the top of them is: Should evil be halted or the letter of the law observed?
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