Frank leaves on a business trip to Utah, where he has been asked to create a profile of William Garry, a man who has murdered his wife and three children. Garry has already been convicted, and now the prosecutor needs Frank's profile to show he deserves the death penalty. Garry, who has put up no defense and says himself that he deserves death, describes the killings in perfect detail, claiming he acted out on a rage that had been building up inside him for years. As Frank investigates the crime scene, however, an image appears of a killing done with absolute calm. Some piece of the puzzle is missing, but few involved in the investigation want to look for it. Written by
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When Frank first arrives at the Garry house he meets Deputy Reilly, who states that he was sent to let Frank into the Garry house. Moments later we see Frank and Reilly driving away from the Garry house - indicating that they rode to the house together. If this was the case, Reilly would not have needed to introduce himself or explain his presence. See more