A woman claims rape by a wealthy scientist, but upon further investigations she's not as much as a victim as it appears.
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This story is loosely based off of Roald Dahl's "My Uncle Oswald". See more
In Pallister's first interview with his lawyer present with Stabler and Benson, the lawyer refers to April as "the defendant." At that point, April had not yet been charged with any crime and was the one alleging his client of rape. The word he should have said was "complainant." See more
Dr. George Huang
Why should you get a break?
I'm too beautiful for prison.