SVU clashes with the Marines over jurisdiction in a case involving the murder in New York of a pregnant soldier who claims she was raped in Iraq. During the investigation, Benson has traumatic flashbacks of her sexual assault.

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Kim Greylek
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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
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SVU clashes with the Marines over jurisdiction in a case involving the murder in New York of a pregnant soldier who claims she was raped in Iraq. During the investigation, Benson has traumatic flashbacks of her sexual assault.

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When ADA Greylek is negotiating with Jag Officer Marcus, the scenes are filmed at the Fort Hamilton base located in Brooklyn, NY. See more »

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The rape and murder of an active duty Marine Corps officer would be investigated by NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) not the JAG office or even the NYPD, especially if the rapist/killer is also a Marine. See more »

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Donald Cragen: Pruitt's about to ship out again. You think he raped any others?
Odafin Tutuola: There's no record of sexual assault.
Detective Olivia Benson: That means nothing. When women refuse to serve with the men who rape them, they get court-martialed for desertion, dereliction, conduct unbecoming. I mean, their files get red flagged and the men who raped them get a weekend pass.
Donald Cragen: He passed a polygraph, Olivia.
Detective Olivia Benson: Any psycho can do that.
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Olivia working through her own issues
12 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

The report of an AWOL female marine by her counselor has Olivia on the hunt and when she finds her dead in an impound yard in the trunk of her own car she's on the case with Tutuola. This episode belongs to a Mariska Hargitay as she has to deal with her own issues in addition to solving a crime.

The Navy's JAG unit wants to poach the case from SVU so there are jurisdictional issues to deal with. They're putting their claim in because the victim was raped while on active duty in Iraq. But the murder happened here.

Five marines from her unit are in the USA and two are here. One of them is Master Sergeant Ryan Kwanten, another is Lieutenant Dominick Fumusa who is married to the voluptuous Amy Spanger. They're all in Mariska's sites.

Mariska Hargitay gives an incredible portrayal of a woman suffering Post Traumatic Stress. She was in counseling for her own sexual assault which occurred in a previous episode. And this episode really belongs to Mariska.


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