Law & Order (1990–2010)
Season
6
Episode
19

Slave (21 Apr. 1996)

TV Episode   |  TV-14   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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A woman is killed after stray bullets travel through her apartment window. Briscoe and Curtis learn that an abused 13-year-old who was forced to work for a drug dealer by his drug-addicted mother was the shooter.


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Director:

Jace Alexander

Writers:

Dick Wolf (created by), Rene Balcer, Elaine Loeser

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5 November 2017 | bkoganbing
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| Growing up without love
One of the saddest episodes in the history of Law And Order is this one where when all is said and done will a juvenile perpetrator ever get his head straight. The consequences of growing up without love can be devastating.

Young Adam Zolotin was on an apartment rooftop trying to shoot the even younger George Gore,II and with one bullet he fires it goes through an apartment window and kills a woman who is a complete stranger.

The problem that Sam Waterston has is getting young Zolotin to forget about the code of the streets and roll on the drug dealer he works for. Agustin Fernandez is said drug dealer and a nastier piece of work and bigger lowlife you won't find.

But depending on your version of the pecking order Zolotin's mother is higher or lower. Karen Young is Zolotin's mother and all she lives for is the almighty crack cigarette. She gave her kid over to Fernandez for his own use as a drug mule and God knows what else. What to do with them God also only knows.

When all is said and done young Zolotin just wants a little love in his life. Maybe the saddest thing going in this old world is how too many are denied same.

This will break your heart.

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