A hit on a key witness in an upcoming mob trial against Frankie Nasso, last son of dying Mafia Capo Mark Margolis brings Major Case on the scene. It's so ordered by Courtney B. Vance because the DA's office and the police are at loggerheads as to who's to blame for the witness being killed.
The confusion is part of a well organized scheme to have everyone feuding. Once again the only other detective besides Robert Goren I think could have figured it out is Adrian Monk.
The genius behind all this is this young would be crime boss Leo Fitzpatrick. He's quite a testament to people growing up truly unloved. Fitzpatrick is one twisted human being.
In the end Vincent D'Onofrio gets Fitzpatrick by getting Nasso and Fitzpatrick's sidekick Austin Basis to turn on each other. Once the suspicion is rather cleverly planted by D'Onofrio the Omerta, the code of silence is broken and the three of them talk like crazy. It's one of the best endings Criminal Intent ever had.
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