CSI: Miami: Season 4, Episode 6

Under Suspicion (24 Oct. 2005)

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A killer who has it out for Horatio surfaces in Miami, and frames him for a murder.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Wilson
Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
Detective Matt Phillips
Johnny (as Jeremiah W. Birkett)


Dragging up a sports car driven from a bridge by two drunk floozies who are alright, the team find the two days old corps of attorney Rachel Turner, which Horatio was probably the last to see, having me in court and accepted a home dinner invitation from her. He insists to turn in his badge and weapon to MPD Detective Frank Tripp during the investigation. Traces at the dinner table, including Horatio's blood, indicate an expert staging after an earlier killing and cleaning. The car drove trough a spike strip, but it's gone, no accident, and the size for a CSI Hummer, traceable from tarmac to airport rental. Horatio's suspicion is confirmed when carpet fiber lures him to a nearby construction site, where never convicted New York serial killer Walter Resden, who locked up children while he tortured their parents to death, planted Horatio's fingerprint on the knife used to kill Rachel, enough for IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler. A forensic duel ensues, the key being a recent Orlando crime by ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Bad Times For Horatio
21 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While retrieving a car with two young girls in it which went flying over a bridge into the water, a third body is found. Unlike the two passengers, this woman is dead. It's determined she's been dead for about 24 hours. On the scene, Horatio discovers he knows this woman and was with her just two nights ago. "Frank," he tell the police detective and friend, Frank Tripp, "you better make it quick because right now I am the only suspect."

Frank reluctantly questions Horatio as he would any suspect. As things turn out, Horatio is being framed for the murder. It all stems back from a case 10 years ago in New York City. As the evidence against Caine mounts, the CSI team works to clear his name and get the real killer.

We find out fairly soon who the real killer is, "Walter Resden" (Damian Young) but he's so clever, so smart, he is hard to nab. This is a suspenseful episode that leaves the door open for future stories involving this maniac.

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