R | | Crime, Drama
A former neo-nazi skinhead tries to prevent his younger brother from going down the same wrong path that he did.
Seth wears a shirt during the basketball game featuring the number 88. This is a Nazi skinhead code for HH, or "Heil Hitler," H being the 8th letter of the alphabet. It also refers to a set of 88 precepts written by the neo-nazi leader David Lane. ... ...
Stacey: Jesus, Danny! Fuckin' perv.
Derek Vinyard: Jesus, Danny. What the fuck are you thinking?
Danny Vinyard: Derek, there's a black guy out there breaking into your car.
Derek Vinyard: How many Danny? How many?
Danny Vinyard: One I think.
Derek Vinyard: Is he strapped?
Danny Vinyard: Huh?
Derek Vinyard: Does he have a fucking gun Danny?
Danny Vinyard: Man, I ...
Derek Vinyard would have been found guilty of the supermarket robbery once his fingerprints were in the system for the murder. Derek wore no gloves when he threw the register through the window. He clearly gave them a good palm print with fingertips.
(added) This may be true, perhaps in a TV crime/drama series. While it is possible latent hand and finger prints may be lifted from the cash register, it is not guaranteed. That is to say the texture of the register may not allow usable latent prints, or a lifted print would be of high enough quality for an electronic comparison. Most latent finger and hand prints are not conclusive, in any case.
$1,340,166 (USA) (22 November 1998)
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