Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 11, Episode 9

Perverted (18 Nov. 2009)

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Detective Benson claims that she is being framed for the brutal murder and mutilation of a biker, but how can she explain away the discovery of her DNA on the murder weapon?



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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
Brady Harrison
Joseph Soltice
Georgia Lyman ...
Officer Whitney Bowman


While in the park, a family stumbles upon the sexually mutilated body of Clyde Vandyne, a member of a biker gang known for prostitution and contract killing. To everyone's surprise, incriminating DNA evidence points to Detective Benson as the prime suspect. Munch and Fin investigate the murder, while Stabler fights to prove his partner's innocence. The detectives must find the missing link to both Vandyne's murder and Benson's involvement. Written by NBC Publicity

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Detective Elliot Stabler: Are you okay?
Detective Olivia Benson: Yeah... I think I'm finally getting over this flu.
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Ending not so realistic
26 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews


The whole case hinges on DNA evidence of Olivia's that was found on a murder weapon.

It turns out that a DNA specialist had taken Olivia's saliva that was left on restaurant cutlery, amplified it, and then mixed it with someone else's red blood cells (taken from whole blood with the white cells - with the DNA - removed). That way it looks like a sample of blood from Olivia.

OH NO! New technology has made it possible to frame someone with planted "fake" DNA! The End is Near - the Sky is Falling - law enforcement has lost a huge tool in the identification of bad guys!!!!! The thing is, though, is that it was detectable, and should have been detectable not with hugely expensive and lengthy lab tests - it would be as simple as typing the blood. Besides A, B, O and AB (and the Rh factor), there are dozens of other sub-types that could be used to identify, and blood-typing is a test that ANY hospital can do. Hell, my high school had the ability in its biology lab.

ALSO - the blood sample that was planted would also be identifiable as fake since it would only contain red blood cells - no white cells (they'd been separated, remember?) That would only take a simple microscopic observation to find. Any kid with a toy microscope could tell.

So no, it's not the end of using DNA evidence in court. Silly, silly, silly.

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