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Genocide is the fourth episode of the seventh season of The Shield, and the seventy-ninth episode overall.
Starring: Michael Chiklis (Detective Vic Mackey), Catherine Dent (Officer Danielle "Danny" Sofer), Paula Garces (Officer Tina Hanlon), Walton Goggins (Detective Shane Vendrell), Michael Jace (Officer Julien Lowe), Jay Karnes (Detective Holland "Dutch" Wagenbach), David Marciano (Detective Steve Billings), Benito Martinez (Councilman David Aceveda), Cathy Cahlin Ryan (Corrine Mackey), David Rees Snell (Detective Ronnie Gardocki)
Guest Starring: Laurie Holden (Agent Olivia Murray), Ludwig Manukian (Ellis Rezian), F.J. Rio (Cruz Pezuela), Michael Bofshever (Robert Martin), Kyle Gallner (Lloyd Denton), Jose Pablo Cantillo (Amando Rios), Autumn Chiklis (Cassidy Mackey)
and Frances Fisher (Rita Denton)
Co-Starring: Melanie Myers (Paula)
Rezian demands a meeting with the Mexicans, but the conditions give Vic a lack of confidence in arranging it.
Dutch and Billings investigate a teen who shot a school mate after he broke into his house, but Dutch finds something off about the boy.
- For the meeting, Pezuela brings in a man named Amando Rios. There's nothing known on him, but Vic sets Agent Murray to find information on him and hopes that she can tie him to the cartels. Unfortunately, Vic and Aceveda learn she's in the blackmail box, which could blow back on them.
- Vic grants Rezian's second favour by arranging the meeting with the Mexicans. He later tells Shane that if he can get the box for the Mexicans, it will guarantee no retribution.
- To keep the Mexicans thinking the Rezian has the blackmail box, he uses info on Robert Martin into promising a memorial to commemorate the Armenian genocide. Penzeuala has Martin shot at the march.
- Dutch suspects Lloyd Denton is a potential serial killer and lured his school mate with the intent to kill him.
- Danny has a lawyer draw up a document for Vic to sign to waive his parental rights to her son.