When a young girl is found dead with a doll that is believed to have been left as a totem, detectives Benson and Stabler team up with Captain Jackson, a psychiatrist who assisted them with a recent case, to investigate her murder. Jackson joins the detectives as they retrace the girl's last steps and go to meet with her piano teacher June Frye. Jackson's skills prove to be invaluable in deciphering the meaning of the totem and ultimately finding her killer. Written by
Did You Know?
Fin is interviewing a suspect named Shane, who claims that he has "...a constitutional right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
Those words do not appear in the US Constitution. They are from the Declaration of Independence, which is not part of US law. The Declaration is a statement of principles and grievances justifying the separation from England, but it has no legal standing in the United States' legal canon. Assuming that the Declaration is part of the legal code is a mistake that many Americans make. See more
Detective Elliot Stabler
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