A murder is discovered on a social networking web site, and sorting out all the suspects and those who have moral responsibility complicates convicting the killer.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Attorney Stuart
Douglas Preston
Brianna Steinhilber ...
Molly Preston
Richard Elam
Walt Gaines (as Kevin Michael Collins)
Jason Rundberg
Gregg Robinson


An internet posting of a slashed soccer mom provocatively dressed provokes a slew of 911 calls which leads Detectives Ed Green and Nina Cassady to the crime scene. But something is amiss; the clothes and the shoes don't fit the victim. In what appears to be an open-and-shut case, the suspect - a schizophrenic - is arraigned by A.D. As Jack McCoy and Connie Rubirosa but further investigation into a popular online social networking site leads to the real culprit. Written by Alex

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29 September 2006 (USA)  »

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When Richard Elam is being arraigned, the court clerk misreads Elam's first name as "Robert". See more »


Jack McCoy: You can't yell "fire!" in a crowded chatroom.
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There's meaning in his ravings
16 October 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

I guess there's a moral to this particular Law And Order episode about just who to get friendly with on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace or any of the other social media that have sprung up over the past decade or so.

Teen Brianna Steinhilber gets a lot more than she bargained for befriending paranoid/schizophrenic Devin Rattray especially when he kills her mother and then kidnaps here. There's quite the hunt for the two of them as they flee New York City with Jesse Martin and Milena Govich leading all kinds of law enforcement agencies in pursuit.

But that's far from the end. As crazy Rattray is led away his babbling ravings throw a whole different light on the case.

Poor Rattray, his crazy act will keep your attention.

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