A blind man is the police's only witness in a kidnapping case, but he winds up pointing the finger at a familiar face who was supposedly in prison at the time of the abduction.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Ben Wilcox
Todd Peterson
Dominic Giordano
Claire Peterson
Lindsey Peterson
April Carrigan


Blind Ben Wilcox witnesses a rape in a public bathroom but is merely slapped as the culprit considers him harmless while the girl is kidnapped. Model citizen Ben however hastily alerts the police and proves to Horatio's team non-visual clues can tell a keen observer more then most seeing witnesses. They soon identify the victim and find the trail of Kyle's vile prison cellmate Joe LeBrock. Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

17 October 2010 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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When the voice digitizer is transcribing the telephone conversation between the girl's father and the kidnapper, the digitizer stops displaying at "rear view." The kidnapper's dialogue continues with "mirror, your daughter dies." See more »

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A Blind Sherlock Holmes And A Returning Tough-Guy Villain
8 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't pretend to know exactly what it's like to be blind and exactly to what effect it affects your other senses, but the young blind man in here seems to be a little too accurate as a "witness" to be credible.....I mean the guy is better than Sherlock Holmes. However, that's the story here as "Ben Wilcox" (Jonathan Keltz) is in a bathroom at the beach and overhears a woman being murdered. The killer then realizes someone is in the room, finds the blind witnesses, calls his useless and hits him in the face.

The cool part of this story was that the man who we can all see is responsible for the crime seems to have an air-tight alibi. He was in prison! How he could be "out" and commit this murder? The answer is very interesting.

Once again, John Sharian is really good as the thug "Joe LeBrock." The latter had been part of a two-part story back in 2007. He's a scary dude, to say the least.

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