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Some Buried Bones 

A personal shoplifter supposedly turns murderer when a loss-prevention officer gets to close to her operation. Mac and Hawkes take a closer look at the death of a college student who was recently inducted into a secret fraternity.

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A personal shoplifter supposedly turns murderer when a loss-prevention officer gets to close to her operation. Mac and Hawkes take a closer look at the death of a college student who was recently inducted into a secret fraternity.

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The CSI unit is investigating the death of a college student who was writing an expose on a secret "Skull and Bones" type society at his college. 'Harper Hill', who plays Dr. Hawkes on the show, appeared in the movie The Skulls (2000) as a college journalist writing an expose on the secret "Skulls" society at his college. See more »

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An RFID reader cannot in fact remotely read information off the magnetic strips on credit cards or IDs. See more »

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Dr. Sid Hammerback: [Pulling something out from inside the victim's neck] A prize in every box.
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All Good Things (Come To An End)
Written by Nelly Furtado, Tim Mosley, Chris Martin, and Nate Hills
Performed by Nelly Furtado
Geffen Records
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Unsatsifying Endings To A 'Ghost Thief' And A 'Secret Sociiety'
19 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A high-tech shoplifter turns killer when a security guy gets near her in a dressing room. She has thought of everything, even how to make herself "invisible" to the security cameras. Danny and Stella try to figure out how to catch this "ghost." She appears to be, as Stella puts it, "a personal shoplifter" for someone (as in someone's personal bodyguard).

Case number two has Sheldon, Mac and Flack investigating a murder at a "hedge maze," one of those hedge puzzle-designs where you can easily lost once inside them. The victim, a college student, was in this public place after hours, so Mac thinks he was lured there and then murdered. It appears later that it might be the work of some "secret society" on campus.

Neither of these two cases wound up with satisfying endings. One is another lets-feel-sorry- for-the-poor criminal who had bad things happen to her earlier in her life. These things excuse the current criminal activities, at least to the people who write these Antony Zuicker/Ann Donahue-created CSI TV shows.


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