Logan and Wheeler investigate the cyber-kidnapping of a popular female video blogger--something that many people suspect to be a hoax.

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Logan and Wheeler investigate the cyber-kidnapping of a popular female video blogger--something that many people suspect to be a hoax.

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This episode is based on the Lonelygirl15 (2006) hoax. Beginning in the spring of 2006, video blogs from a user known as lonelygirl15 (weepingwillow17 in the episode), who claimed to be a lonely, home-schooled teenager, began showing up on YouTube (YouLenz in the episode), a popular on-line website that hosts videos. The user was eventually revealed to be a 19-year-old actress named Jessica Rose who was working on getting her acting career started. See more »

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Willow's kidnapping is seen through her webcam. However, the view changes positions and even zooms in for close ups, something that her static webcam wouldn't be able to do. See more »

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Captain Danny Ross: Cyber-Rashoman.
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Murder in cyber space
5 December 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

By popular demand literally the NYPD is forced to assign to detectives from Major Case to a murder committed on the internet. Michelle Trachtenberg is doing her blog with boyfriend Michael Godere when a couple of masked intruders break in and a kidnapping occurs. Other broadcasts for ransom follow.

Before it's all over there is a real death that occurs in all these events for Chris Noth and Julianne Nicholson to solve. Trachtenberg turns a great performance and there's a real interesting ending for this episode involving her.

My favorite however is when Logan and Wheeler go up to Elmira, New York to interview her parents when they figure out her real identity. Kate Weiman and Chet Carlin in their scene with the Major Case detectives prove how absolutely clueless they are about their daughter. Of course they're not part of the computer age either.


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