While investigating the murder of a diver, Goren and Eames learn that he is part of a treasure hunting team that stumbled onto a wealthy family's dark secret.

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Simon Harper II
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Dana Stipe
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While investigating the murder of a diver, Goren and Eames learn that he is part of a treasure hunting team that stumbled onto a wealthy family's dark secret.

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Kelli Giddish (Dana( plays Detective Rollins on the other Law & Order spin off, SVU. See more »

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Lifting a 5 gallon bucket of gold coins: Approx. mass of water (pounds per gallon @ 62°F) = 8.33. 5 Gallons of water would be 41.65 pounds. Gold is 19.3 times the density of water. 5 Gallons of gold would be 803.85 pounds. See more »

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Robert Goren: Who decided he was Middle Eastern? Take a look around, half of our CSU guys look like him.
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The times we live in
26 June 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Future SVU regular Kelli Giddish is playing all the men in this Criminal Intent story. It's about a treasure hunt and some buried gold and pieces of eight off Coney Island.

Because the first dead man is a Moslem the FBI is called in and it's labeled originally terrorism. Not nice at all, but these are the times we live in. But as Bobby Goren points out we've got that Patriot Act in play and it allows the Major Case team to cut through a lot of civil liberties red tape.

When Goren and Eames find a beachcomber with an old gold coin they know what they are dealing with. It comes back to a wealthy family whose heir Frederick Weller finances these treasure hunts as a hobby. Of course there are laws in place, state and federal, about what to do with treasures and taxes do apply.

It's the avoidance of these laws and taxes that is at the heart of the matter here. Weller and Giddish give a pair of nice performances in this story.


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