Grissom and Catherine find a man caught from the waist down in cement, besides a woman who was stabbed to death. Even after a long search it only makes sense after he tells his story, confirming his bitter uttering his whole life is incredibly unlucky. Nick and Worrick discover the first of three corpses in a firm where electrocution is used for the killing and processing of poultry for human consumption; the firm had been the target of animal rights actions which damaged it badly, and some of an obsessive scale model makers works are found at three crime-scenes. Written by
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The name of one of the victims, Alyona Ivanovna, coincides with the name of the old pawnbroker whom Raskolnikov, the main character, kills in Fyodor Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment." See more
[Catherine is trying not to laugh at a man waist-deep in concrete
Catherine, do you need a moment?