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2 Fast 2 Furious

2 Fast 2 Furious

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Brian O'Connor, now a disgraced cop, fell victim to speed and now he's paying the price. As far as his former bosses and FBI brass are concerned, the hothead undercover officer threw one of their largest investigations ever. His loyalties tested while infiltrating the fly-by-night, high-speed world of Los Angeles import street racing, O'Connor blew his own cover and let the ring leader of a big-rig hijacking operation walk, precisely, motor off in his own custom performance racer. O'Connor's decision allowed him to keep his honor, but lost him his badge and any chance of redemption in the process. Now, it's a different city, a different time and one last chance for O'Connor. Seems the Feds in Miami have had one helluva time collaring Carter Verone, a flashy businessman using his import/export business as a cover for an international money laundering cartel. Customs have had Verone under intense surveillance for more than a year with nothing more to show for it than the kingpin's link to illegal street racing. Their backs against the wall and time running out, officials put out a call for O'Connor to do what he does best, talk the talk and push the metal.

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