CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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Two seemingly unrelated murder cases become connected when CSI discovers that both involve female sexual assault victims and men who were charged with those crimes but not convicted.

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Two seemingly unrelated murder cases become connected when CSI discovers that both involve female sexual assault victims and men who were charged with those crimes but not convicted.

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(at around 50 mins) Mac concludes that a hair could have mutated and therefore it would not have matched the suspect DNA on the scene. While theoretically possible, it is unlikely that a hair bud had undergone such mutations that its DNA would not be sufficiently similar to its owner's DNA. Such inconclusive result would require a more thorough comparison. See more »

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Detective Don Flack: [discussing Detective Jessica Angell's upbringing] Four older brothers and a detective sergeant for a father? Did your old man dust you for prints when you got home from a date?
Detective Jessica Angell: Well, if it was up to them, I wouldn't have known boys existed until I was twenty-one.
Detective Don Flack: I'm sure the boys knew you existed.
Detective Jessica Angell: Was that a line, Flack? Did you just bust out your game on me?
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The Most Arrogant Suspects I've Ever Seen On CSI
4 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Two rich big-shots are murdered within hours. Are they related? The first is a rapist-gone free by the courts guy (which is probably based on a famous case in New York City) who is stabbed like a matador would kill a bull. The only suspect is the woman the raped had raped six months earlier. She sure looks and acts guilty, a real vengeful woman.

The second is a woman shot on the steps of a museum around six o'clock in the morning. It appears she had a gun out ready to shoot someone when they turned the tables on her, killing her with her own gun.

The main problem is figuring out the entrance and exit wounds on the body. They seem to contradict themselves so the CSI guys can't quite figure out what angle in which the victim was shot. They seem to think that's the key to the case.

The one thing that stands out in this episode is the exaggerated arrogance of the suspect. An arrogant suspect is par for the course among CSI shows, but the ones in this episode are over-the-top. I doubt anyone would be this smug - anybody. It was almost laughable.....and there were three of them: two women and one man.

One disturbing note: "Mac" has to give "Stella" the facts of life about true justice. As a veteran law enforcement officer, it's pretty sad she apparently doesn't know right from wrong.


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