Shameless yet rather popular "cool" high-school bully Barry Shickle is found shot in the boys' bathroom. Shy Dennis Fram, a favorite daily victim, was at his wits' end. The school ... See full summary »

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Shameless yet rather popular "cool" high-school bully Barry Shickle is found shot in the boys' bathroom. Shy Dennis Fram, a favorite daily victim, was at his wits' end. The school authorities couldn't help, but his sassy sister expected her lover, the coach, to pull Barry in line. Destitute veteran Lt. William "Moses" Cartson's corpse is found dumped in a woodland. He was considered a bothersome beggar, especially by a bouncer. Written by KGF Vissers

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18 October 2001 (USA)  »

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O'Riley says that the victim, William Cartson was a Second LT. However, in the photograph, Cartsen is wearing the US Army (Class B) uniform of an enlisted man. See more »

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Catherine Willows: So what were you in high school, Nick?
Nick Stokes: Me? I was... dependable.
Catherine Willows: Dependable?
Warrick Brown: He's trying to say he was unpopular.
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Hey Man, Nice Shot
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Written by Richard Patrick
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CSI:Crime Scene Investigation-Bully for You
5 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A despicable bully(voted class clown by his peers while those picked on longed for his demise)gets shot by a .44 Caliber gun in the men's bathroom at school and it's believed that one of his victims is the murderer. Traces of gun residue on a shirt, perfume vapor molecules, and a fingerprint in spray paint on a locker all could point to the one responsible. This particular episode focuses on bullying and those infected by someone who uses his size and intimidation to inflict harm on those weaker than he is. I loathe bullies as I was, due to my smaller stature, a victim, although I tolerated only so much and did defend myself to the best of my abilities(which did, truth be told, stop those who picked on me from continuing to harass)and can understand the anger and rage which led to the act of violence which resulted in murder. I pride myself in the fact that as a teenager I treated those around me with kindness and respect, it's too bad there are so many others who instead cause anguish, torment, and pain because of bullying. Tess Harper guest stars as a guidance counselor who feels responsible because she's unable to help those who come to her, bullied and mistreated, seeking answers. The true killer's identity is indeed a shocker.

Meanwhile Sara and Nick are working on the case of the two month old decomposed remains of a war veteran found in a gym bag with a coin inside..the treatment of certain individuals as if they were trash due to their being a nuisance near a casino(because of mental illness contributed by the war)is addressed.


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