CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 2, Episode 9

And Then There Were None (22 Nov. 2001)

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A casino was brutally but clumsily robbed by at least four trigger-happy fiends, the men of which wore female wigs. Painstaking identification efforts lead to ex-con serial killer Tammy ... See full summary »



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Officer William Spencer
Max Duncan
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A casino was brutally but clumsily robbed by at least four trigger-happy fiends, the men of which wore female wigs. Painstaking identification efforts lead to ex-con serial killer Tammy Felton and accomplices, but one by one is found murdered themselves. The solution comes only after links are found with the bizarre shooting of a desert hamlet's only store's clerk, discovered by state trooper William Spencer, who messed up the crime scene despite long experience. Written by KGF Vissers

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CSI:Crime Scene Investigation-And Then There Were None
10 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Silica dust found in a mine outside of Las Vegas could lead the CSI team to a killer who had attained stolen loot from a casino heist which was orchestrated by two criminals from a previous episode, Tammy Felton and her recently paroled ex-con boyfriend, Darin. A shooting in a convenience store using a potato as a silencer, fingerprints on a sign, shoe prints extracted from a counter, all could actually tie it to the casino heist which resulted in a member of the thieves catching a bullet in the back by one of his own team. This CSI episode ties up loose ends which left us dangling from a previous one, and we are privy to one unique development after another as other conspirators come out of the woodwork, with the forensic team having to solve one mystery only for another to emerge.

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