When a man is attacked sexually and branded he claims that he doesn't know why it happened. When another man is attacked who also claims that he doesn't know why it happened and also claims not to know the other man. So they follow them and eventually they meet with another man who claims that their relationship is a confidential matter. Benson and Stabler wait for the perp and they discover it's a woman who appears to be catatonic. Eventually they learn that she and the three men "met" nearly 15 years ago and something happened. But it isn't long when the A.D.A. decides to prosecute her and Benson thinks it's wrong. Written by
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The line "I'm nobody who are you/Are you nobody too?" is from the poem "I'm Nobody! Who are you?" by Emily Dickinson
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When Fin is recording the first two victims with Alexander, the setting on his phone is clearly switched to the still pictures option, not the video option. See more
So tell me, Camille. Who are you?
I'm nobody. Who are you? Are you nobody too?