Terri Schlichenmeyer: ‘Law & Disorder’ is a real-life whodunit
Somebody’s going to pay.
Someone needs to atone for that which was done to you. It was unfair, unlawful, illegal, immoral, downright wrong, and you want revenge.
You want to see someone suffer like you did. You want atonement, an apology.
You want justice.
Heads will roll. Someone’s going to pay for a crime today, although — as you’ll see in the new book “Law & Disorder” by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker — the punishment might not fit the crime at all.
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