Grissom studies Ananda's Vegas Buddhist monastery where all the other Thai monks where fatally shot in the forehead, the only other survivor being the just-fired cook. Forensics also show the presence of hostile restaurant owner Peter Hutchins Sr. and his son, Pete Jr.. Eventually, possible theft is considered. Catherine's mentor Jimmy Tadero falsifies evidence concerning the case of violent repeat-offender Dwight Kelso, who maintains his innocence on his death-bed. Written by
Did You Know?
The case profiled in the episode was based largely on a real incident in 1991, involving the murder of a group of monks at their Buddhist temple in Wadell, Arizona. The perpetrators also ransacked the temple and stole equipment and $2,600 in cash. The only major difference between the real incident and the one portrayed in this episode was that in the real-life case, it was two youths who committed the murders, and not one of the temple employees. See more
When the satellite image zooms in to capture the reflection of the plate on Peter Hutchins' SUV, there is no trailer hitch in the reflection, yet when they cut to the actual SUV, it suddenly has a trailer hitch sticking up in the middle of the plate. See more
"Wherever you live is your temple, if you treat it like one."
State your source.
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