The death by vicious beating of an airline supervisor seems to point toward the men she's complained to management for harassment.

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Keith Ramsey
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Walter Tate
Ron Ryan ...
Mr. Sullivan
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Desmond McCarthy
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Jenny Sullivan
Lynne Lipton ...
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The death by vicious beating of an airline supervisor seems to point toward the men she's complained to management for harassment.

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The plot revolves around credit card fraud. Keith Ramsey claims to be a vice president of Trans-Union Airlines. Trans Union is the name of one of the three US credit reporting agencies. See more »

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A ping pong ball would not fit down the filler neck of a gas tank for any car made before 1973. Before 1973, car gas tanks were wide upon from the filler cap to the tank. After that time the tanks were changed so they wouldn't accommodate the nozzle that was designed to pump regular (leaded) gasoline. The device at the top of the tank allows the unleaded nozzle but is too small for a ping pong ball to pass. To get something that big into a gas tank would take some major work that could not be accomplished in a parking lot. See more »

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Detective Alexandra Eames: Yeah I'll bet Jenny felt right at home in a titty bar, oh right that's the point, Walter, she didn't!
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Remade as Paris enquêtes criminelles: Trafics (2008) See more »

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Not "Liberal Man-Bashing" but based on a true story.
1 June 2009 | by (Freehold, NJ) – See all my reviews

"Baggage" contains an intricate, twisty plot. At first, the victim's murder seems to have been motivated by her filing a sexual harassment suit against her co-workers, until Goren & Eames find that the victim had discovered an identity fraud scheme. But the killer's true motive goes even deeper.

As for claims of "liberal man-bashing", this episode is based on the Susan Taraskiewicz case. Susan was a Northwest Airlines baggage supervisor who kept a diary detailing the sexual harassment she suffered at the hands of coworkers. She was last seen on September 13, 1992 when she left Logan International Airport. Thirty hours later, her body was found inside the trunk of her car outside an auto body shop in Revere, Massachusetts. After an FBI team declared that the murder required two or three people, the investigation focused upon Northwest Airlines workers who had sexually harassed and physically threatened Taraskiewicz, who was a ramp supervisor. The same workers were engaged in a credit card theft ring, and before her death, at least one worker had claimed to others that Taraskiewicz was a snitch. Her murder remains unsolved. It is not "liberal man-bashing", despite what some believe.


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