Cold Case Proves No Case is Unsolvable

teresa

DTVUSA Member
#1
I love this show. Not only do they do a pretty good job of matching actors with their age differences but it proves that virtually no case is unsolvable. 10, 20 ,30 years and if you get a good investigative team who can spend the time searching, one more case can be closed. What do you think?
 

Jason Fritz

Administrator
Staff member
#2
I love the show too, but the season finale in May where about left little to be desired...the case of a woman who's eight month-old son was killed in a bulding fire.

Usually the show is pretty good about bringing surprises and twists, but this episode was too predictable.
 

teresa

DTVUSA Member
#3
Well, let's hope that the new season, which sarts on the28th, will be more worthy. Recap says it involves the murder of a football player. Quite appropriate, this show during football seson.
 
#4
I love this show as well, it has good and interesting storylines. And it is interesting to see how cases that have been unsolved for such a long time get re-opened, and finally solved. Sometimes the ending isn't what you really expect, unpredictable endings.
 
#5
I do love the fact that the people in the show are that persistent. I have no doubt that there are law enforcement officials who are that persistent, too. I think back to my youth in the San Francisco area when the Zodiac killer was running loose. The police investigator who was assigned the case, Dave Toschi, has long since retired from SFPD, but the case still plagues him.
 
#6
I do love the fact that the people in the show are that persistent. I have no doubt that there are law enforcement officials who are that persistent, too. I think back to my youth in the San Francisco area when the Zodiac killer was running loose. The police investigator who was assigned the case, Dave Toschi, has long since retired from SFPD, but the case still plagues him.
With all of today's technology, I am suprised that the FBI has not been able to track down that guy!
 
#7
With all of today's technology, I am suprised that the FBI has not been able to track down that guy!
I agree but the guy was so elusive when he was running around committing his crime spree. My guess is that the Zodiac killer is probably dead and the public will never know his real identity.
 

teresa

DTVUSA Member
#8
While true that if the Zodiac Killer is dead, well, good ridence. But what if he isn't dead? Perhaps a great team like the cold case team can still find him. It's better to know dead or not.
 

perry

DTVUSA Jr. Member
#9
I love this show. Not only do they do a pretty good job of matching actors with their age differences but it proves that virtually no case is unsolvable. 10, 20 ,30 years and if you get a good investigative team who can spend the time searching, one more case can be closed. What do you think?
well yeah i believe so especially if each staff is dedicated to their work..to summed it up its perfectly a good show to watch and will give us some lesson in life..very realistic..
 

Similar threads

Top