A judge asks an odd request for a plaintiff who is seeking a restraining order: he asks detectives to interview a convicted serial killer concerning his son's kidnapping, which took place 30 years ago.

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A judge asks an odd request for a plaintiff who is seeking a restraining order: he asks detectives to interview a convicted serial killer concerning his son's kidnapping, which took place 30 years ago.

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Four months after this episode aired a similar incident occurred in which a man named Jebidiah James Stipe posed as his ex girlfriend on craigslist and arranged for her assault. He was sentenced to 60 years in prison. See more »

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Tyler Brunson: [the defendants bail was revoked and he was place in remand] You can't do that. I... I have rights.
A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot: You can have a toothbrush.
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12 June 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode where a computer expert has been stalking a former girlfriend takes an unexpected turn. Jon Patrick Walker has been arrested for setting up his girlfriend to be raped by another man. How he did it is for you to see the story, but when the SVU squad finally arrests Walker and he's arraigned in court, the trial judge Alan Dale recognizes something in a remark Walker makes that sets him and the story in a whole different direction.

Dale is considered a model judge of integrity, rectitude, and probity. What he does after is completely out of character, but it goes back to a personal tragedy in his own life.

Usually I'm not liking when stories go off on a tangent and a lot of SVU plots do that. But in this case it's a good story and leaves with a lot of questions and possibly the conclusion that many perpetrators started out as victims.


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