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A senile elderly lady is found wondering inside in a home that she was familiar with as a child. Detectives realize that she has been suffering abuse, when cigarette burns are discovered all over her frail body. Following the trail from her greedy, neglectful son, to the expensive nursing home he pulled her out of, they discover the man they believe was abusing her. During the course of their investigation, however, Benson and Stabler stumble across an even more sinister criminal committing even more heinous, previously undetected crimes against the elderly. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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Detective John Munch: Uncle Ted was arrested in '53 on five counts of rape, but not for Bess. He was killed in prison in '57.
Donald Cragen: Well, somebody tortured her again last night and I'm pretty sure it wasn't the dead uncle.
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Helpless elderly
8 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Jane Powell was wonderful as an elderly woman in a nursing home being both robbed by her son Jay and abused by an orderly in the establishment who is a friend of her grandson Ryan Patrick Bachand.

When one is old and loses ones faculties it's tragic because sometimes no one really cares. But have a few assets like Jane does and people will start caring about all the wrong things.

Andy Powers plays the orderly with some real issues. But as a climax to the whole show we get the head of the nursing home Mary Kay Place and that woman really has some issues.

It's a good episode about the problems of the old and the helpless.


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