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television review

'In Justice' is guilty of simplistic plots

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / December 30, 2005

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You can run, my homicidal-maniacal friends, but you can't hide. According to most TV crime dramas, and there are a boatload of them right now, no one gets away with murder. The world may be extremely unsafe, what with back-alley stabbings and white-collar shootings and (my favorite) ritualistic eviscerations, but justice will prevail in the end. Even decades after a ... (Full article: 545 words)

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