Telemarketer Roland Kesta accidentally hears a struggle in the home of petty officer Dion Lambert, which is trashed and has traces of his blood, but no corpse. Tony discovers the lease was shared with George Mansur, a free lance computer geek who earns six figures. Various evidence shows Lambert's apparent murder was carefully staged. McGee and Abby discover Lambert doctored the Navy medical computer system to steal prescription drugs. The local police tips off Dion's buyer, dealer Aaron Alan Wright, who talks after Lambert's corps is found in a ravine, shot... Written by
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The sign on the wall in the Bethesda computer lab recites an old mathematics joke: "There are 10 types of people in the world; those that understand BINARY and those that do not". "10" is the binary representation for the number "2". See more
At the end of this story Gibbs speaks of a case involving the FBI in Sicily and mentioned that this was the first case to convict using DNA evidence. The first case to convict (and actually also find someone innocent) was actually in Narborough, England. Gibbs was maybe talking about the first US case, rather than the first worldwide case. (Read "The Blooding" by Joseph Wambaugh for the facts.) See more
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