Dade student Kathy Meyers is blinded and tortured to death with starter cables. Her steady boyfriend has a criminal record. The OM recalls a case detective, Reggie Mastell, failed to make a case stick against optician Max Paulson. Mastell claims it's his work again and grossly disrespects procedure. Jessica Davi, who survived a similar attack, accuses him of dismissing her report, her fiancé Dennis Chilton is violently protective. Shortly after addict Rachel Calvado is killed the same way, but sloppily. How do the cases really link? Written by
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It is highly unlikely to be electrocuted by jumper cables and a 12 volt battery as human skin can resist such low voltages. Also car battery voltage is DC direct current. 12 Volt DC is too low to cause harm. A much higher voltage (over 400 V DC) is needed.
House voltage could electrocute, 110 volts AC alternating current. The jump leads shown would need to be connected to a domestic electricity outlet. This is never shown as we never know the locations. Car battery electrocution is a common script writer device. See more
So, Max Paulson was innocent. I knew it was him. At least I thought I did. I betrayed the oath, Horatio. Killed a woman. You don't come back from that. Here I am thinking I'm doing the right thing, taking a murderer off the street, and I become the thing I despise the most.