McCoy takes on a cyber investigating company after information it sells to a convicted rapist is used in the murder of his therapist.

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Lennie Briscoe
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Ed Green
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Anita Van Buren
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Jack McCoy
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Serena Southerlyn
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Nora Lewin
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John McDowell
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Marc Bransom
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Dr. Emil Skoda
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Robert Kitson
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Mrs. Conley
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Kenneth Conley
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Craig Gerring
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Jasmine Kosovich
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Monique Thomas (as Yaani King)
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When a psychologist is murdered, an investigation reveals that she was treating paroled convicts. It's eventually discovered that one of these men killed her because he learned that she was not impartial. It is later discovered that an information brokerage firm gave him the information about her and the tools to spy on her. When the man receives only a short sentence because of a few oversights made during the investigation, McCoy decides to go after the firm for providing him with the information that set him off. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Tracy Conley was murdered on December 19, 2001. See more »

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Information doesn't kill people. People kill people.
15 November 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

Two maintenance men were discussing about recycling paper trash when one of them noticed a dead body among the garbage. Detectives realize the victim, a female psychologist who followed his dad footsteps at Princeton, watched the same night a movie at a local art-house cinema. She was together with a troubled black girl (Yaani King Mondschein) she was mentoring who dated a Cuban lowlife; the teenager was also involved with another black guy in a robbery scam for few dimes. Anyway the investigation takes another pattern when Briscoe and Green figure out files in the victim's laptop has been modified after the murder took place. A rapist inmate just paroled kept on downloading porn movies on the net and he became aware the therapist on charge (the murdered girl) had already known about that, so he decided to kill her. But how did he get that kind of information?

The episode plot involved mostly to what extent people can steal private information to sell them in the market. This topic was much debated when the episode was shooting (after the 11/9 attack) but it's still meaningful right now: privacy plays a crucial role to avoid dictatorial tendencies.


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