Law & Order: Season 20, Episode 13

Steel-Eyed Death (1 Mar. 2010)

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A family of four is brutally murdered. The investigation leads detectives to "horrorcore" culture, an accomplice who claims to have suffered from amnesia, and an accused killer with an unlikely post-traumatic stress disorder defense.

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A family of four is brutally murdered. The investigation leads detectives to "horrorcore" culture, an accomplice who claims to have suffered from amnesia, and an accused killer with an unlikely post-traumatic stress disorder defense.

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Who the death penalty is meant for
23 August 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

I've never been a reflexive opponent of the death penalty in and of itself because it's for criminals like these that it was meant for. They did it, they admit they did it, no remorse other than being caught and for a defense mental illness excuses that are exposed for what they are by mental health professionals. In this case Dr. Emil Skoda played by J.K. Simmons.

A couple of sociopaths Mitchell Oberholtzer and Emily Meade are caught and mount separate psychiatric defenses. Meade says she was suffering from amnesia and Oberholtzer was traumatized by the World Trade Center attack and the incessant coverage on television. Good thing Linus Roache and Alana DeLa Garza are up to it.

The one ace the defense has is that one of the lawyers on the defense knows of a psychiatric breakdown that Jeremy Sisto had several years ago at a particularly bloody and nauseating crime scene such as the one he and Anthony Anderson come across at the opening of the show. That too is handled well, especially by Sisto on the stand.

Two of the more loathsome criminals Law And Order ever had.


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