CSI: NY: Season 5, Episode 13

Rush to Judgement (21 Jan. 2009)

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While investigating the death and dismemberment of a high school wrestling coach, detective Flack gets in trouble when a suspect dies in his custody.

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While investigating the death and dismemberment of a high school wrestling coach, detective Flack gets in trouble when a suspect dies in his custody.

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At the beginning, Flack is seen performing CPR on the victim, until the victim is declared dead by Angell. Correct procedure would require them to continue CPR until EMTs or MDs arrive (EMTs are usually continuing CPR until they arrive at the hospital, as only MDs are qualified to legally declare a victim dead). See more »

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Danny Messer: [during an autopsy of a decapitated man] Mr. Potato Head! The live version.
Detective Lindsay Monroe: More like the bloody, dead version!
Dr. Sid Hammerback: I used to play with Mr. Potato Head as a boy. I would time myself, see how long it took to assemble him. Some would say I was... obsessed!
Danny Messer: You? Obsessed? Nooo!
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A Unique & 'Frightening' Scenario
1 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wow, this was another unique case, one that gets "Don Flack" (Eddie Cahill) involved, big-time, because a male teen suspect he brings in has convulsions and dies while being questioned by our CSI guy. Bruises indicate maybe Flack killed him with a punch or a shove, but you know that's not the case.

What's interesting is not getting Flack cleared because we know that will happen. What's interesting is who was killed in the first place leading the high school kid to be suspected, and why. Some bizarre stuff, is all I'll say....and a little frightening to all of us if people can get inside our computers.

Cahill, as always, is excellent in here. I think he's a very under-rated actor in this series.


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