CSI: NY: Season 5, Episode 22

Yahrzeit (29 Apr. 2009)

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A murder leads CSI to a group of white supremacists, the discovery of precious items stolen from Holocaust survivors, and perhaps the uncovering of a former Nazi guard.



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Adam Ross (as AJ Buckley)
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George Savar
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A murder leads CSI to a group of white supremacists, the discovery of precious items stolen from Holocaust survivors, and perhaps the uncovering of a former Nazi guard.

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The episode title "Yahrzeit" refers to the Hebrew practice of memorializing a loved one on the anniversary of their death. A yahrzeit candle, similar to the one featured in the final scene, is used in the ceremony. See more »


In one scene Mac Taylor states that jacketed bullets are designed to penetrate armor. Jacketed bullets are not designed to penetrate armor. See more »


Michael Elgers: I told you, I'm done talking.
Detective Mac Taylor: Then shut up.
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Just awful demagoguery
31 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

This episode's story was quite ridiculous in the light of the latest facts on the Holocaust but it just seems that the big brainwashing show must go on. Is anybody dumb enough to believe that a real Nazi would have taken in a Jewish boy and could play a role of a Jewish father for more than 40 years without blowing his cover? So shame on those who wrote this script and got money for this nonsense but the real "crime" was committed by the one who paid for this trash which just humiliates the victims. Well let's just hope that after this sickening demagoguery there comes a realistic story as well (for example an innocent Palestinian who was killed by the "brave" IDF forces in the Gaza Strip UN school while listening a lecture on human rights)...

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