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Pledge master pleads not guilty
bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York
7 December 2012
Michael Ferreira's body is found in a toxic waste dump and said
pollutants take away a lot of the forensics. But one piece of evidence
where the sun doesn't shine is the remnants of a violin bow with horse
hairs and pernambuco wood is found. The placement of said evidence is
what brings the SVU squad in.
The investigation leads to a college fraternity has some truly savage
pledge rituals. And the victim had a wonderful sideline business of
having sex and taping the proceedings for his on line website. And the
fraternity actually kept a journal of the proceedings.
The guilty party pleads out, but Christopher Meloni and Mariska
Hargitay feel someone ought to pay from the fraternity bigshots and the
guy who kept the journal, Toby Moore is one prime candidate.
Inexplicably Gary Cole, father of the victim and bigshot attorney in
his own right defends Moore. To him the fraternity hazing is just a
rite of passage and only sissies can't take it. It's on Cole and his
performance that the episode hinges. He was good old frat man himself
back in the day. When he gets a wakeup call, Cole does the right thing.
But what that is, you have to see this pretty good SVU episode.
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