Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 4, Episode 25

Soulless (16 May 2003)

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A young woman is taken to hospital unconscious, and apparently the victim of rape. However, by the time that Benson gets to speak to her, she says that she wasn't raped. Shortly after, the ... See full summary »

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A young woman is taken to hospital unconscious, and apparently the victim of rape. However, by the time that Benson gets to speak to her, she says that she wasn't raped. Shortly after, the victim is abducted from the hospital. SVU's search for her leads them through New York's club-land and the children of wealthy families. Written by beardouk

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Olivia Benson: Oh, what is it with you people, what is wrong with you? Do you have a conscience? You RAPED and KILLED a LITTLE GIRL!
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They lack fear as well as a conscience
16 October 2012 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Logan Marshall-Green's performance of a totally amoral psychotic killer dominates this particular episode of SVU. The only one coming close is that of Ann Dowd, mother in denial.

Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay are led one merry chase in this episode where a juvenile victim with a fake ID is gang raped in the bathroom of a club she had no business being in at the age of 15. While Hargitay is interviewing the victim she gets called away and the ringleader of the group comes back and gets her out of the hospital and kills her, leaving the body on the Coney Island beach. Amoral people like that also tend to lack fear as well as a conscience.

Though this was a gang rape it was Marshall-Green who did a great job in at first rolling on his friends. Turns out he's been conning them along for a while himself. Someone turns up who links him to other crimes.

In the end it's his mother Ann Dowd who gets shaken from her denial and finally realizes she's raised a monster. There are folks like that, there's no psychological or sociological explanation for their evil, they're just evil. Look at Jim Jones or Charles Manson for reference.

Still it's Logan Marshall-Green who dominates this episode, you won't forget this evil young man after viewing this SVU show.


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