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Discussion in 'Past Marvel Series' started by Mike Murdock, Aug 2, 2018.
You are correct. He wouldn't make it to trial.
Think Karen Page in the first episode of Daredevil.
Anyways, I liked the finale. It was solid, though the ending with O'Reilly crawling out of the shadows like a zombie was horrific enough. The season was overall solid, though some characters that were advertised as leads ended up as superfluous. Remember Tandy's partner in crime? He was important the first two episodes, but disappeared until the next to last episode. Also the preacher in Tyrone's school? Also unimportant, but there were pictures of him that make him seem important.
Fair enough. I just think with Connors gone, he has less to fear. Not nothing to fear, sure, but less.
One cop dead which he is officially wanted for and now the main accuser missing after the prime suspect escaped. Ty is close to a shoot him on sight situation as you can get.
Justified or not, isn't Tyrone basically a cop killed now?
I guess that comes down to a theological discussion of if a commandment reads thou shall not "kill" or "murder" when translated into modern English.
Colloquially a "cop killer" would be a murderer. Then again legally in New Orleans only Tandy knows it was a justified self defensive act so if Ty was suspected in the disappearance and possible death of Detective Connors he would be treated as a cop killer/murderer.