A hot-dogging Channel 3 TV anchor goes with a story of corruption in the vice squad at the Police Department. The problem is, all Larry has is the lurid story, and he names the cops being investigate by internal affairs. Unfortunately, he doesn't have proof, and neither does internal affairs. His disclosure has tipped off the officers, who are now a covering up any possible evidence, intimidating witnesses, and have filed a lawsuit against Channel 3. The station drops Larry from the air in an effort to protect themselves, and Larry's career looks as dead as the investigation. Blake, who was pursuing the same story, but holding for more proof, digs into the case, trying to see if Larry's angle offers any missing clues, In the process, she learns more about Lt. Guyla Cook's private affairs than she'd like. But she also uncovers a link that might be something - if she can get to it before the bad cops can bury it. Meanwhile, Andy has to deals with the parole of a gangster who swore at ...
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