Quincy investigates the murder of an Auschwitz survivor. He also tries to help a friend fight a law suit claiming the Holocaust never happened.
Did You Know?
The Auschwitz Holocaust survivor's tattoo number B-87693 does not conform with how the numbers were done by the Nazi's. The leading letter of "B" indicates a number assigned beginning in May 1944.The Nazi's though only assigned numbers for each alphabet letter up to the maximum of 20,000, so the number of 87693 could not have been assigned. This was likely done intentionally as the show did not wish to show an actual Holocaust victim's tattoo number out of consideration to any then-surviving family members of the victims. See more
The boom microphone is visible in the court room scene (00:38:24 to 00:38:40) See more