While investigating a school shooting that claimed the lives of two students, the squad realizes that an alleged surviving victim is instead a possible suspect, and the side effects of a medication may have caused his actions.

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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
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Joe Blaine
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George Waddell
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Dr. Carl Medwin
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Nancy Bell ...
Dr. Petrus
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Hector Recincto (as Jose Ramon Rosario)
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While investigating a school shooting that claimed the lives of two students, the squad realizes that an alleged surviving victim is instead a possible suspect, and the side effects of a medication may have caused his actions.

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Detective Olivia Benson: Joe, why did you shoot Luke and Tyrell?
[sets out pictures of the victims on the table]
Joe Blaine: [looking at pictures] I don't know them.
Detective Olivia Benson: You don't know them? You told us that you went to school with them.
Joe Blaine: No, I didn't.
Detective Olivia Benson: Joe. Joe, look at me.
[Joe looks up and then looks back down]
Detective Olivia Benson: You're in serious trouble here, and you need to help yourself.
Joe Blaine: I don't want to.
Detective Elliot Stabler: [laying a drawing on the table] Did you draw this?
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"Somebody has to pay"
14 May 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A school shooting at a Junior High School of two popular jock athletes brings the SVU squad in. But just who is to blame is the question and as DA Fred Dalton Thompson says to Stephanie March, 'someone has to pay'.

March is not inclined after John Cullum gives a spirited defense of young Rory Culkin the guilty party. True the kid was picked on and an incredibly stupid janitor actually gave this kid a gun. But as it turns out young Mr. Culkin was taking psychotropic drugs that really messed with his young mind.

When I was his age this was something unheard of and in a way I feel unable to comment. I knew someone who lived in a group home who was given it and from what I know of his history that wasn't the way to go either.

As it turns out Culkin and mother Mare Winningham were part of a new marketing technique by a pharmaceutical company the details of which I won't go into, but corporate greed is not unknown in that industry.

Mother and son Winningham and Culkin stand out and the issue is still with us.


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