Detective Elliot Stabler: Baby has severe oral candidiasis and a temp of 105. I'd say based on her size, she's about five months.
Detective Elliot Stabler: You lost me at candidiasis.
Dr. Raye Massey: It's a fungal infection commonly known as thrush.
Detective Olivia Benson: That's not an STD, Dr. Massey.
Dr. Raye Massey: Yeah, well, she wasn't sexually abused.
Detective Elliot Stabler: So why did you call us? ACS handles abandoned kids.
Dr. Raye Massey: What's happened to her is a crime. Kids only get this sick when they don't get treated.
Detective Olivia Benson: Treated for what?
Dr. Raye Massey: HIV.
Detective Elliot Stabler: She has AIDS.
Dr. Raye Massey: Advanced and her parents didn't do a damn thing about it. If that's not a crime, what is?
Joanne Suarez: Why are you here? Is Antonia okay?
Detective Olivia Benson: Well, she's in the hospital with AIDS which means you're HIV-positive.
Joanne Suarez: But I quit using when I was pregnant. I did everything I could to keep her clean.
Detective Olivia Benson: Except taking antiretrovirals before she was born which could have prevented this from happening.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: It's time we put Dr. Do-Nothing out of business.
Donald Cragen: Ms. Greylek is doing the propagating, Counselor. Your beef is with the D. A.'s office.
Donna Emmett: No, it's with your detectives. They interrogated Dr. Hutton in his office without me present.
Detective Elliot Stabler: That was a friendly chat. When we interrogate Dr. Hutton, he'll know it.
Dr. Gideon Hutton: You're scaring my patients.
Detective Elliot Stabler: They should be scared.
Dr. Melinda Warner: [going after Hutton on court steps] City Health Department Study says New Yorkers contract H.I.V. three times the national rate. That a lie too?
Dr. Gideon Hutton: [turns to her] Wake up, Doctor. We have immunized people against every viral disease for two centuries. We know that people produce antibodies to H.I.V. So why is there no anti-AIDS vaccine and why hasn't one AIDS patient ever been cured?
Dr. Melinda Warner: You son-of-a-bitch. We all want a cure for AIDS. You're killing people with your outrageous beliefs.
Dr. Gideon Hutton: My beliefs are scientific fact.
Dr. Melinda Warner: They're junk science. You're a murderer and a false prophet.
Dr. Gideon Hutton: That's what they called Jesus Christ.
[gives her a small smile and descends the stairs and Greylek comes into view to talk to Warner]
Dr. Melinda Warner: Hope the jury doesn't think he's the son of God.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Jurors love conspiracy theories. I'm afraid they might buy the garbage Dr. Strangelove's selling.
Dr. Melinda Warner: [turns to Greylek] If we lose this case, it gives him credibility and more people will die.
Dr. Gideon Hutton: [about treating Antonia Suarez for AIDS] I also instructed the Marongs to give her yogurt.
Detective Olivia Benson: Yogurt for AIDS? Are you out of your mind?
John Munch: According to Hutton, AIDS is a global conspiracy funded by pharmaceutical companies to make big bucks.
Odafin Tutuola: And commit genocide. My parents believed the government created HIV in a lab, and the CIA spread it in the prisons to kill blacks and gays.
John Munch: Couple hundred people say that Hutton is the greatest doctor since Albert Schweitzer.
Dr. Melinda Warner: Two-thirds of the world's HIV-positive kids get infected during pregnancy or at birth from the mother. The rest acquire it during breastfeeding.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Okay, so Susan could have passed the virus to Lisa either way.
Dr. Melinda Warner: It's a shame. HIV-positive women in this country have a 98% chance of having a healthy baby if they take antiretrovirals during pregnancy and put the child on meds after birth.
Susan Ross: You dug up my daughter? How could you do such a horrible thing?
Detective Olivia Benson: How could you kill her?
Russell Hunter: My client had an absolute right to breastfeed her child.
Detective Olivia Benson: But she didn't have the right to infect her with HIV and to withhold medication.
Donna Emmett: [to Dr Warner] True or false, Doctor: every disease allegedly caused by AIDS can also appear in people who don't have HIV.
Dr. Melinda Warner: True.
Donna Emmett: Was there HIV in Lisa Ross' blood?
Dr. Melinda Warner: No, but she...
Donna Emmett: Then isn't it possible that her PCP pneumonia was caused by something other than HIV? Yes or no?
Dr. Melinda Warner: It's not that simple.
Donna Emmett: Do you have a hearing problem, Doctor?
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Your Honor, is she going to let her finish a sentence?
Judge Walter Bradley: Ms. Emmett, that's enough.
Dr. Gideon Hutton: There are millions of people being wrongly treated, wrongly diagnosed.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Like you misdiagnosed Lisa Ross.
Dr. Gideon Hutton: She died of an allergic reaction to antibiotics.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: No. She died of AIDS.
Dr. Gideon Hutton: According to your pet medical examiner and we all know what bias she has. Come on. Ask her how many of her friends or family members have died of AIDS either here or in Africa.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Because she's black? How dare you?
Susan Ross: [about Dr. Hutton] Why would he lie to me?
Detective Olivia Benson: Susan, because if he admits the truth, then he has to take responsibility for what happened to your little girl.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: [to Stabler] Competence in this case means Tommy understands the consequences of his decision.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Well, obviously, he doesn't. So what's the next move?
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Punt. Tommy's not charged with a crime so we don't have legal standing to challenge the restraining order.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Then get ACS to fight it.
Dr. Raye Massey: [to Stabler] Detective? Your eighth and ninth right lateral ribs are broken.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Yeah.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Busted ribs. This is perfect.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Excuse me?
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: We can put them to good use.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: [about Tommy] Your Honor, we move the defendant be remanded without bail.
Donna Emmett: What?
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: He assaulted a police officer and he's a known flight risk.
Donna Emmett: This is vindictive.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: [when Stabler approaches her] One moment, Your Honor.
Detective Elliot Stabler: What are you doing?
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: Treating Tommy like the adult he wants to be.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Look, his only crime was being born to the wrong mother. We're not sending a kid to jail.
A.D.A. Kim Greylek: You pressed the charges.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Because I wanted to force Tommy to get tested. Look, we lost. It's over.