Copper “In the Hands of an Angry God” Review

Now that all the significant characters have been reasonably established, this week’s episode ofCopper, "In the Hands of an Angry God," was able to narrow its focus to two main story lines and keep the flow of the episode moving at a nice pace.

The crime-of-the-week portion of this episode centered on the murder of an Irishman who had been stabbed in the neck and hung after his death. Because the murdered man, Dermott O’Connor, had been seen threatening to burn down the orphanage, the Reverend Garland was picked up as the primary suspect in the murder.

Using his scientific and medical analysis, Matthew Freeman was able to convince Corcoran that there was not sufficient evidence to allow the Reverend to hang for this crime. While the angry mob might have just been looking for anyone to pay for the crime, Corcoran didn’t want to see another innocent man pay for a crime he didn’t commit. Read More...

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