An abused, schizophrenic 16-year-old is a suspect in the brutal murder of his close friend. But why is Fin's son protecting the suspect from the police? And did his psychiatrist misdiagnose him for selfish reasons?

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An abused, schizophrenic 16-year-old is a suspect in the brutal murder of his close friend. But why is Fin's son protecting the suspect from the police? And did his psychiatrist misdiagnose him for selfish reasons?

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A strange story
30 April 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode had to be one of the strangest stories SVU ever did. This starts out with a young gay hustler found beaten to death in an alley behind a swank hotel. Minutes before he'd been with a client whom he met at a wedding reception which the victim crashed. But the squad has two mysteries to solve because as it turns out the victim had fake ID which put him younger than he was.

So who is the person whose ID he has. It turns out that he's a psychiatric patient whose doctor Ally Walker has kept him on meds that have made him dependent on her. Why, because her own sex life has been so lousy that she's kept him psychologically dependent on her as a sex slave.

The kid played by Joseph Magaro does have issues, but this is one interesting cure. B.D. Wong is the one most distressed by this turn of events. In fact his own knowledge of pharmaceuticals helps bring her down.

Weird, just plain weird.


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