In Norfolk, Emily's childless husband, USNavy lieutenant and PR manager Justin Moss, reporter of the US Navy Herald, is stabbed, fatally but still able to stagger down from the hills and be run over by a teenager clique's car. He had an interview meeting with prostitute Charlotte Cook, officially missing since 8 months. Justin met Cook repeatedly in a bar, each time withdrawing $1,000, without having sex. DiNozzo teams up with civilian homicide detective Philip McCadden, a fellow film buff, as their are three previous Norfolk murders with the same MO. Gibbs consults Cook's former DC madam, Holly Snow, and reinstates her so Tony can 'book' Cook trough her. The trap has surprising results. Written by
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While Holly is being held captive in one shot her blouse is off her left shoulder. In the following wider shot it is on her shoulder. See more
Special Agent Timothy McGee
Ms Snow's been back in business for one hour, we've receive 16 calls, and none of them were Charolette.
You know, you would think that United States Senators would use blocked numbers.
References Battleship Potemkin