The investigation into the murder of a senior citizen leads the squad to suspect that the killer is actually a serial killer who preys on elderly women.

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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
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The investigation into the murder of a senior citizen leads the squad to suspect that the killer is actually a serial killer who preys on elderly women.

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Forensics discover a serial killer
24 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

This episode belongs to Tamara Tunie. As medical examiner Melinda Warner she discover clear evidence of a serial killer in the unique choice of weapon.

The victim are old women who are in advanced stages of cancer. The connection is rather obvious to the physician treating these women. But that's far from the resolution. The perpetrator truly was one sick individual.

An amusing sideline highlight of this episode is Diane Neal going to Judge Philip Bosco's house to get a court order signed. Turns out she has her pick of judges as we see Bosco entertaining a lot of his colleagues that we see on other Law And Order franchise shows. Nice to see the judges away from courtroom.


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