The death of three unidentified teenagers lead the CSIs inside the world of rap music.

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The death of three unidentified teenagers lead the CSIs inside the world of rap music.

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During the opening scene with the poster taggers, the camera view is shown as inside the gun's barrel. We then see an explosion and a bullet coming out and hitting one of the taggers. But even though we see the spiral lands and grooves inside the barrel that are supposed to spin the bullet as it is fired, the bullet the camera follows never spins. See more »

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Gil Grissom: [Looking at the blood stained staple gun] If this is a gang war, these kids were outgunned
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Written by Simon J. Hunter
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These Rappers Deserve A Rap.....In The Mouth!
18 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, we see the Rap Culture in all its glory.

We have a drive-by shooting in which three young adults were killed while putting up posters. One of the killers was "stapled" by one of the victims and sent into a lockjaw medical condition for several days, so he can't talk. And, since drive-by shootings are hit fast and get out fast, why would one of the guys get out of the car? None of the victims had any ID on them, nor weapons.

Why they were killed and how many people were involved are the questions the CSI must solve. Along the way, they meet up with a number of bad-attitude punks, all connected to the "rap" business. To listen to these "artists" and others for a good share of program made it a long episode to endure. It does present a good example of how degrading that influence is on the culture. I am sorry the CSI people, along with "Jim Brass" weren't so wimpy in dealing with these thugs.


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