Law & Order: Organised Crime 26 April 2022: ‘The Man With No Identity’ on Nine
The Man With No Identity – After taking down Wheatley’s drug empire and discovering his wife’s killer, Det. Stabler must infiltrate a notorious crime family aiming to take over New York City’s cocaine trade. Sgt. Bell is forced to work with a rival colleague when their investigations collide.
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