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Identity Crisis 

Det. Josephine "Jo" Danville's adopted daughter, Ellie becomes a key witness in a murder investigation.

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Det. Josephine "Jo" Danville's adopted daughter, Ellie becomes a key witness in a murder investigation. Written by CBS Publicity

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FBI Agent Russ Josephson: Quincy Willis was a master of disguise, proficient at identity theft, forgery, counterfeiting. One of the most notorious con artists on the Eastern seaboard. Old school.
Detective Mac Taylor: [showing Russ a picture of their victim] This face look familiar to you?
FBI Agent Russ Josephson: Got to be Quincy's daughter, Sabrina Willis. He taught her everything he knew.
Lindsay Monroe Messer: So why isn't she in any crime database?
FBI Agent Russ Josephson: Took fifteen years for us to catch Quincy. He doesn't make the kind of mistakes that made it easy, you know.
Jo Danville: And you're thinking like ...
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One Con Job Too Many For Young Woman/Old Man
16 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a fascinating story about a con-man who was terrific at his business. The twist - and we find this out very early - is that the old man/con man is really a young woman! This woman has a fabulous disguise as an older man who uses a cane and shuffles around looking for sympathetic Good Samaritans. She then bilks them for big bucks. She also runs another con by a being a sexy lady who takes advantage a young man attracted to her....and scams them, big-time, too.

Well, one day a former victim spots her in her old-man disguise and she winds up getting stabbed to death just outside a crowded subway stop.

Also on that subway train, in the same car as the killer and victim, is "Ellie" (Sydney Park), the adopted daughter of "Jo Danville" (Sela Ward). That turns into being a mini-soap opera sub-plot and I don't need to go into details.

Mac and the crew have to figure out who this victim is and what she was all about, as well as find the killer, who used an unusual knife.

Good story.


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