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In the final courtroom scene, the guy in the screenshot below sneaks over and triggers a fire alarm in the courthouse. Who is he?

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I tried to attack this from the backside, but was unsuccessful. I've seen the actor before, but cannot place him on IMDB within the complete cast listing. –  Paulster2 Sep 17 '13 at 11:03
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What I turn up is that it's listed as being Detective "Dolly" Alapopskalius played actor David Ferry. However, it's hard to find pictures of him that look like this screenshot. I can't be certain. But according to the internets that's who it is. –  Ben Plont Sep 18 '13 at 2:11
    
@BenPlont That seems plausible and he does look a little like him, I suppose. The Wikia link also states that he helped the Saints kill Papa Joe. Please convert your comment into an answer. Thanks :) –  coleopterist Sep 18 '13 at 5:39
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The answer to this question is: Detective "Dolly" Alapopskalius.

He is the character that I found to be credited with pulling the fire-alarm in the script to the sequel (of Boondock Saints): All Saints Day.

This character is portrayed by actor David Ferry in both films.

While the copy of the original script I found has the fire alarm being pulled, it makes no mention of the character that pulls it. Further research of All Saints Day (Boondock Saints 2), reveals that this script has an important clue in the opening sequence of the script (on page 7):

Dolly, dressed as a civilian, pulls the fire alarm.

This sequence recaps the end courtroom scene from the first movie.

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This is why I use a copy editor for any important work. I spell like Andrew "It is a damn poor mind indeed which can't think of at least two ways to spell any word" Jackson. Thanks for the edit. –  Ben Plont Sep 18 '13 at 8:42
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