Attending the opening of a new museum on Las Vegas mob history, like several mob widows, expert Greg and D.B. witness how the ex-mayor (who defended many of them as attorney, Oscar B. Goodman) would have been killed hadn't it been for a bullet proof tailored suit during the show by three shooters from different positions. Outside, a security guard's corpse is found, nose bullet-smashed. It looks like it least one presumed-dead mobster is actually alive and kills again, also on the run. Regular casino suite guest prince Hamad Al Maktoum, an oil sheik, is the obvious subject when his regular hand-picked maid Maria Garza's corpse is found skull-smashed, but a hidden video camera helps Nick and Brass to work out what part its ex-con owner Matthew Lapaz, possible cahoot and blackmail as well as covered-up theft played. Written by
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The date on which the murder took place - as seen in the hidden camera video - is the same date on which this episode first aired on CBS: 10/12/2011. See more
Police officers and CSI's who are witnesses to a crime are not allowed to be involved in the investigation of that crime. Yet Catherine Willows, Greg Sanders and D.B. Russell not only investigate the crime, but they move evidence around the various crime scenes before properly documenting locations of that evidence. Their involvement in the investigation could get any evidence they found thrown out by the suspects defense attorney. See more