FBI agent Dana Lewis is the victim of a sexual assault, but Benson and Stabler's investigation could compromise her undercover operation involving a right-wing militia group.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. George Huang (credit only)
Dr. Melinda Warner (credit only)
Dion Graham ...
FBI Agent Dowley
Hashi Horowitz
Judge Taten


FBI Agent Dana Lewis is assaulted by a stranger and asks Detective Benson to have her rape kit tested. Before the cops can really help her, Lewis goes back undercover and refuses to talk about the assignment or the rape, for fear that she will be exposed and pulled off the case. She reluctantly allows Benson and Stabler to get involved in what looks like a protest against the construction of a mosque at Ground Zero, but they find themselves scrambling to put the pieces together of a much larger puzzle than they had anticipated Written by NBC Publicity

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10 November 2010 (USA)  »

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When Stabler, Benson and Agent Dana Lewis confront the rapist he stands them off with a nail gun. The nail gun was completely harmless. They all have a safety device on the tip that must be compressed before it could fire a nail to prevent accidents. It could only be fired in direct contact with a solid object. See more »


FBI Agent Dana Lewis: I need you to run this rape kit as a Jane Doe.
Detective Olivia Benson: Who's the victim?
FBI Agent Dana Lewis: Me.
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Ruined by Marcia Gay Harden
6 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

The IRL-premise for this episode is the so-called "Ground Zero Mosque" NYC developer/arbitrage scam from a few years back, specifically the reaction to the project from Bitter Clingers out of central casting, refracted through a complex infiltration fiasco with various alphabet groups tugging on the strings. It goes in the pile of vaguely similar L&O SVU episodes in which they try to aggrandize the city sex-crimes cops via teaming up with feds-- which can be enjoyable, when they're working/competing with a charismatic Fibbie, or DEA, or Coast Guard cadet or whatever; unfortunately this time they got a "feisty" agent played by Harden who attempts to be Gene Hackman while throwing pointless roadblocks into the detectives' way. The use of the story-arc with Benson's young ward is teased but not worked into the plot meaningfully. Substandard sequencing and even a bit tepid on the Urban Tragedy element (i.e. there's no one even remotely sympathetic in this story), noticeably for a series that is usually the most melodramatic of the Dick Wolf spin-offs anyway. Feels like a bad ABC/Disney pilot starring Kerry Washington or something you'd stumble across on basic cable, particularly the Turner channels.

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