CSI: Miami: Season 9, Episode 11

F-T-F (9 Jan. 2011)

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While CSI investigates a strange double homicide involving one bullet, they discover that the case is connected to a bizarre, deceptive online love triangle.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Diana Chandler
Larry Chandler
Linda Hill
Rachel Brooks
Ashley Chandler
Justin Carson


To the team's horror, the public street site of a double fatal shooting is flushed by a burst fire hydrant, so even the murder weapon washes down the drain. The male victim seems to have shot the female before committing suicide, but ballistics actually show he was shot first by a third person, the bullet exited his skull to kill her, an accidental by-passer. He successfully posed on Internet as inexistent marine war hero Sean (18), to seduce young girls, such as the daughter of Larry Chandler, a revolver from whose collection was used as murder weapon, but actually stolen. A trap is set, with surprising results. Written by KGF Vissers

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The Internet Can Be A Dangerous Place
31 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's sad that a lot of this sort of thing seems to go on the Internet - people posing as someone else and gullible folks - many times young girls - winding up suffering for it. In this case, BOTH parties are liars. Things really get messy when a third party intervenes. Man, if this isn't a good lesson to say away from the Internet and meet real people if you want to date, I don't know what is.

Anyway, the show starts off with a double murder and it turns out to be so strange that the medical examiner "Dr. Loomis," is amazed, himself. His correct conclusion is that a bullet that hit its intended victim, bounced around in the victim's head and then ricocheted out the point-of-entry and struck a woman in a nearby car, killing her, too!!!! As you can see by the above-two paragraphs, the title to this episode is aptly named: F-T-F, which means Face To Face.

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