When a serial rapist is found murdered, restrained in the same manner as his victims, the CSIs weigh a feeling of justice against their sense of duty to pursue the killer.

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Adam Ross (as AJ Buckley)
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Kate Price
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Garland Clarke
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Craig Tomlin
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When a serial rapist is found murdered, restrained in the same manner as his victims, the CSIs weigh a feeling of justice against their sense of duty to pursue the killer.

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Song played at beginning is "She's Long Gone" by The Black Keys. See more »

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If Clarke cut (with scissors) off a lock of his victims hair for a souvenir, there would be no root to test for DNA. See more »

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Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: [about the murder of a serial rapist] We're wasting a whole lot of man hours hunting a killer that should get a medal for doing the community a service.
Lindsay Monroe Messer: There's a body on a slab in Autopsy, Hawkes.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Yeah, and he beat and raped at least ten women. I'm surprised to hear you defending him.
Lindsay Monroe Messer: Why? Because I'm a woman, I should cheer his death? I'm a cop first. As much as I despise what he did, I don't advocate vigilante justice. Come on, Hawkes. You're a doctor. What would you do if Clarke came into ...
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Justice And-Or Retribution - What Is The Difference?
16 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Justice or retribution. Do those words mean the same thing? According to a couple of rape victims they do, but "Mac" tells them they are sadly wrong. It is not even close to being the same thing.

This is a story of notorious NYC rapist who the police couldn't catch but someone else could, someone who gave him payback, big-time. I'm purposely avoiding not saying singular or plural, male or female, in the perpetrator (s) of this crime....so as not to spoil anything.

There is a ton of emotion involved with this story, one I'm sure real-life victims could identity with. Some of the conversations Lyndsay and Mac have with suspects are really intense.


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