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Anchor e-mail hacking on 'Law & Order'

Wait. A news anchor hacks into the e-mail account of a co-worker. THAT couldn't happen. But it's part of the plot on Wednesday night's episode.

Anchor e-mail hacking on 'Law & Order'

David Rasche.  (via MSN.com)
David Rasche. (via MSN.com)

A news anchor hacks into the e-mail account of a co-worker. Now that's fiction. And one of the anchor's colleagues is named Dawn? It's part of the plot on Wednesday night's episode of the NBC series Law & Order (10 p.m.).

From the log line: "While investigating the murder of television reporter Dawn Prescott (guest star Audra Blaser), detectives Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and Bernard (Anthony Anderson) discover that she was involved in a love triangle involving another reporter at the station. This leads them to another suspect, veteran anchor Joe Delaney (guest star David Rasche), who was threatened by the success of his younger co-workers and may have hacked into their email to gain an advantage. As they search for the killer, the detectives uncover that Dawn was working on a major story surrounding a huge hedge fund fraud and there may be a connection with the recent murder of Fred Decker, a whistle-blower who filed an SEC suit against hedge fund owner, Fredric Matson (guest star Edward Hermann) and his wife Irene (guest star Jill Eikenberry).

(Post corrected.)

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