A rape victim claims that she has been raped 4 times and harassed across the country by the same man, and the investigation reveals that she may not be his only victim.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Munch (credit only)
Dr. George Huang (credit only)
Dr. Melinda Warner (credit only)
Vicki Sayers
Detroit Detective


A rape victim, Vicki, is brought into the hospital initially claiming she has been attacked multiple times by the same man. Detectives Benson and Stabler are determined to help her, but she lives in such terror that she then denies she has been raped at all and refuses to submit to a rape kit. As Benson looks for a way to help, she is horrified to learn that there are police precincts and evidence labs across the country that never test their rape kits at all. The investigation soon leads her to Los Angeles where she meets Detective Rex Winters, who has information that could finally help Vicki get justice. Written by NBC Publicity

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29 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Vicki Sayers was raped for the second time on November 14, 1998. See more »


When Benson and Stabler are filling Captain Cragen in on the assaults across the country the victim's photos are displayed on the map behind them. After Benson tells Cragen that the women have been terrorized for over 20 years the camera cuts over to Stabler and the photos are no longer displayed. See more »


[first lines]
Preacher: Bless you. The Lord said what goes into a man's mouth cannot make him unclean. For it moves through his stomach and out his body. What comes out of a man's mouth is unclean for it comes from the heart. Where evil lurks. Immorality. Adultery. Lust.
Bus Driver: [turns around] Hey. Why don't you take that act somewhere else, preacher man?
Preacher: Ah, uh, definitely got a -a soul back here that needs saving.
[heads to Vicki]
Preacher: And the Lord said "everyone who lives in sin is a slave to sin." Whoa to the young ...
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References Law & Order: LA (2010) See more »

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Love Hewitt is terrific
27 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Actually, the title of this review is all I wished to say. I often get tired of the arrogant bullying of Stabler, or the odd investigative omissions of Benson, but in this episode it all came together wonderfully as a result of all other actors being in submission to the eye-opening performance of Jennifer Love Hewitt.

I had no idea she is such a wonderful actress.

Unquestionably, this season is one of the most engrossing they've had for awhile. There have been interesting "guest stars," expositions of police procedures, greater roles for the side-cast (the other detectives) and good judges (even though some of these top actors are slighted in the number of lines given).

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