crime-buster

crime-buster

n
slang a law officer who specializes in fighting large-scale organized crime
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Katitu, a popular former crime-buster, said the state has failed to prove he killed Mwangi.
The verbal tussle heated up as Duterte said he would slap Roxas after dismissing the crime-buster image of the tough-talking mayor as a myth.
Will the charismatic crime-buster kill the antagonist (like we thought he had done in a shopping mall a while ago); will he let his nemesis go, or will there be another fiendish twist?
David Caruso, and following North Sea Hijack and The Wild Geese, he - or rather his cool-asliquid nitrogen crime-buster Horatio Caine - will be entering the disturbing world of children's beauty pageants.
Well, aside from Simon Baker, who's easily the best-dressed crime-buster since Jason King in the 1970s, there's plenty of eye candy for both sexes.
Well, aside from Simon Baker, who's easily the best dressed crime-buster since Jason King in the 1970s, there's plenty of eye candy for both sexes, including Wales' own Owain Yeoman as Rigsby, Amanda Righetti as Van Pelt, and Robin Tunney as Lisbon.
A US crime-buster spent weeks "clearing his head" at his family's farm in Ireland before returning to take on George Bush's government.
Stott won huge acclaim as Detective Inspector Pat Chappel in The Vice, but in 2001, he appeared as another tenacious crime-buster in Messiah.
Headed by one-eyed crime-buster Nick Fury, the comics tapped into the same love for espionage and acronyms that dominated 1960s offerings such as James Bond and The Man from UNCLE.
Although Anthony Horowitz's popular drama was axed in 2007 after five years on air, fans were so outraged by the loss of Michael Kitchen's wartime crime-buster, they made their feelings felt, which led to this eighth series being given a green light.
But this US cop show is nothing to do with Radio Norwich's finest, focussing instead on Patrick Jane, the charismatic crime-buster who prefers to crack cases with a cuppa and a cosy chat rather than a display of macho heroics.
The Glasgow-born crime-buster, who is the real-life equivalent of Amanda Burton from BBC's series Silent Witness, has worked as a consultant to Taggart and watches every TV programme on forensic pathology.