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Detective Mac Taylor is a fictional character and the co-protagonist of the CBS crime drama CSI: NY.Portrayed by Gary Sinise, Mac is the Director of the NYPD Crime Lab and the Supervisor of the NYPD CSI team. In a taped interview, an elderly Holocaust survivor recounts how Mac's father, then a young Private, restored his dignity and even offered him a candy bar.
’ “My partner fires one round, and the guy grabs his shoulder. I run up and am standing right over him, and he starts to lift his hand up, and I shoot him right in the head. For that battle, and the three other men he killed when they tried to murder him in the line of duty, Friedman gave himself something else, a tattoo on his right trigger finger that reads: “Justified 4X.” Friedman , now 66, is the most decorated detective in the history of the NYPD.
The cops sprinted after Castro along John Street, the killer firing at Friedman as he fled. “Fort Apache ’70-’75,” it reads, using the precinct station’s old nickname, popularized by the 1981 film “Fort Apache, The Bronx.” Another tattoo on his back reads, “The rush was worth the risk.” Friedman once cut short a double date with his brother Stu, a decorated transit cop, because he suspected youths outside a deli were up to no good.
He collected 219 NYPD awards and 36 civilian honors, while piling up more than 2,000 arrests, 105 off duty.
Music video titled Ledge Of Love (fan video) directed by Jon Huertas and song by him.
It was inspired by the journey of Castle & Beckett -- "Caskett", the television series Castle which Huertas co-star on. Many of his TV and movie credits are of characters with active or past Marine background: Ramirez, a Marine Recon Sniper Spotter in JAG, Recon Marine Sergeant Espera in Generation Kill, Homicide NYPD Detective Javier Esposito in Castle, retired Marine Sergeant Jack Kale in NCIS.
However, when his father begged him to pull the plug, Mac couldn’t do it.
They married not long before Mac's father died, presumably during the late 1980s and the couple had no children, though Claire had a child named Reed Garrett from a previous relationship, whom she had since put up for adoption.
A month after the incident, Friedman received a tip from a reliable confidential informant (CI) who overheard men in a Bronx watering hole celebrating the bombing. The case was assigned to the legendary cop Joe Coffey, and investigators were still sniffing for a break.
His mole, Rafael Fernandez, was certain they were involved. Armed with the informant’s intel, they hatched a plan for Friedman to wear a wire and accompany Fernandez to a wedding where the suspects would be partying. When the bombing suspects arrived at the venue, Fernandez would finger them and Friedman would alert Coffey, whose crew would swoop in and arrest the thugs.
“I enjoyed police work; actually, I survived on adrenaline rush,” said Friedman, who chronicles his gritty tenure in the new, action-packed book “Street Warrior” (St. Many cases were violent and memorable for Friedman, who toiled in the plainclothes anti-crime unit, but it’s the one he never solved that still eats away at him — a deadly terrorist attack, for which no one was ever punished.
In 1975, the historic Fraunces Tavern in lower Manhattan was bombed by Puerto Rican terrorist group FALN, killing four and injuring 43.
Mac once described Claire as 5'6", athletic, with light brown hair and big blue eyes.