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Sixty-seven year old Sylvia Brody is found strangled to death in her bed. It looks as if she was raped before being killed. The initial suspect is Bernard Stokes, a young man whose car was seen parked outside Sylvia's home. The two would have known each other as Bernard works in the care facility where Sylvia's now deceased husband lived before his death from Alzheimer's. The detectives learn that Bernard loves women - all women - and is rumored to be sleeping with several of the facility's residents. As Terry and Holl follow up on the leads on Bernard, Amy is certain that Bernard is not the killer. This case is almost identical to one which she investigated while she worked in sex crimes. The victim in that case, a young woman named Marilyn O'Connor, survived her rape. Based on evidence, Marilyn and Amy were certain that her attacker was one of her professors, Kirk Mitchell, but Amy couldn't produce enough evidence to charge him. As Amy and Ben question Mitchell, he in turn threatens to file harassment charges as he feels his life was ruined by the previous allegations meaning that Amy and Ben will have to tread lightly. Amy believes the key to nailing Mitchell for both Sylvia's murder and Marilyn's rape is Mitchell's seemingly scared wife, Annie Mitchell. As Amy seems to be taking this case personally, Ben tries to find out why. And Ben admits to Ryan that his blackouts are becoming more frequent, however Ben seems unwilling to deal with or discover whatever the underlying causes.
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