Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 4, Episode 11

Damaged (10 Jan. 2003)

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A six-year-old girl critically injured (and subsequently dies) in an apparent robbery gone bad tests positive for a sexually transmitted disease, putting the detectives on the trail of the ... See full summary »

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A six-year-old girl critically injured (and subsequently dies) in an apparent robbery gone bad tests positive for a sexually transmitted disease, putting the detectives on the trail of the family, then the store clerk, and the son of a prominent attorney who had appeared to foil the crime. When evidence turns up that the little girl's older sister was dating the alleged sexual predator, Cabot has to work some legal magic to eradicate the deal made with the older sister for testimony. Written by Anonymous

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One amoral sociopath
28 June 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Ari Gaynor stands out in this SVU episode about an amoral teenage sociopath who orchestrates a hit on her 6 year old sister. Part of her problem is that she was a foster child whom parents Dan Lauri and Glynis O'Connor adopted while the little girl was their natural child. But that's only part of the issue.

The hit-man in this case was young Christopher Denham a mixed up and horny teen who was the clerk behind a video store counter. He was going out with Gaynor while she was also going out with another guy who was a street kid whom she set up to kill the little girl making it look like she got into the crossfire. Forensics totally discredits that story.

And Stephanie March initially backs the wrong horse charging Denham with the crime with poor Denham taking the full weight of the crime. And if you think that that is the end of Gaynor's depravity you would be wrong. This girl is as evil as Jane Greer from Out Of The Past.

Erik Palladino makes the first of two appearances as David Duethorn, a homicide detective who works this with the SVU squad. Why are they in this in the first place. That's part of Gaynor's depravity.


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