A very large man is beaten to death by a smaller man with enormous strength. During interrogation, the suspect jumps on Grissom and is subdued by police officers in the room. He ends up dead, not from being beaten, but from cardiac arrest. The findings in his stuffed car, which includes a waitress uniform, leads Grissom to investigate the dead man's motel. The result shocks the team when a skeleton of a woman is found buried in his property. Written by
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The beating victim is visibly breathing during Dr. Robbins explanation of the injuries to Grissom. See more
During the facial reconstruction, the large plasma screen used has a 16:9 format, while the actual computer screen running the software is a standard 4:3 format. The image on the plasma screen is clearly the 4:3 image, stretched (and thus distorted) to fill the 16:9 screen. A real crime lab would obviously *not* distort the image (and thus change the proportions of the face shown) - the whole point of the facial reconstruction is to find the correct proportions of how the face looked like. See more
Captain Jim Brass
[checking the beaten Vic's driver's license
Tony Sciarra from Philadelphia.
So much for brotherly love.
Written by Simon J. Hunter
Performed by Simon J. Hunter See more