On Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 3, Stone struggles to prove a Muslim man is is guilty of murder when he claims the murder victim was a terrorist.

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Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 1 focuses on the brutal murder of a Muslim PhD student. Danny was strangled, brutalized and beaten after he was already dead.

A white classmate, Dylan, is on trial for the murder but he professes his innocence and eventually a Muslim woman comes forward and admits she was with him on the night of the killing. The investigation then turns to Jaffar, Danny's roommate. Jaffar claims Danny did not allow him to live with him after he broke up with his girlfriend, but the girlfriend says the relationship lasted a month and Jaffar was very paranoid about Danny stealing his work.

Jaffar is arrested at school and is put on trial for murder. Both attorneys choose people who are considered patriots and likely anti-Muslim for the jury.

When a Muslim eyewitness testifies, O'Boyle tries to make her remove her head covering. Failing that, he attacks her for her religious wearing of the covering. Shortly after, he puts Jaffar on the stand -- and Jaffar says that he killed Danny to prevent him from committing a terrorist act!

To find out whether the jury buys Jaffar's story, watching Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 3 online.

Episode Details

On Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 3, when Muslim a student is killed, another Muslim student claims he committed the murder to prevent a terrorist attack.

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Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 3 Quotes

Laura: His brother was killed in Kabul. There's our motive.
Antonio: You've seen one Muslim...
Laura: I'm not saying that I agree with those assholes out there, but we do seem to go out of our way to make them comfortable.

Mother: Danny was a scholar. He was studying for his PhD in physics.
Stone: I know how difficult this has to be for you.
Mother: Usually we walked him to the bus stop. But I was too tired -
Father: They know this already.
Mother: And you had your game.
[Byron comes over]
Byron: Mr. and Mrs. Moseri, I'm so sorry about what happened to Danny.
Father: Get away from me!
Byron: Dude! I'm just trying to tell you, I didn't kill your son.