SVU clashes with the Suffolk County DA, who is prosecuting a recent rape victim for murder even the story doesn't seem to add up and the accused rapist appears to be connected to the crime.

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John Munch (credit only)
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Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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Donald Cragen (credit only)
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D.A. Pam James
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Jessie Sturgis
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Martha Marron (as Renee Goldsberry)
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Carol McEwan
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A.D.A. David Elias
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Eddie Baker (as Craig 'muMs' Grant)
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Gabriel Gorromini
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SVU clashes with the Suffolk County DA, who is prosecuting a recent rape victim for murder even the story doesn't seem to add up and the accused rapist appears to be connected to the crime.

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Eddie Baker: [when Amaro and Olivia arrive to Carol's house] Who the hell are you?
Nick Amaro: Looking for Carol McEwan.
Eddie Baker: Yeah, what do you want with her?
Olivia Benson: Carol, can we speak with you privately, please?
Eddie Baker: No.
Carol McEwan: We're married ten years. I'm more comfortable with my husband here.
Nick Amaro: Okay, we're here...
Carol McEwan: I know why you're here. My 911 call. The D.A. told me not to talk to anyone before I testify, not even cops.
Nick Amaro: Okay, but, uh, you live a half hour from the crime scene. You just happened to be driving by that night?
Carol McEwan: I was taking a ...
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Working for the defense
7 May 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Watching this SVU episode put me in mind of the film True Believer where a snitch who has made some historic cases for District Attorney Kurtwood Smith is given a license to commit all kinds of crimes. One of them is a murder where an innocent kid is sent to prison and defense attorneys James Woods and Robert Downey, Jr. try to get them out.

In this story the SVU squad led by Mariska Hargitay works on behalf of rape victim Yvonne Zima who's being framed for the murder of her boyfriend by the man who raped her, Enver Gjokaj. He's got a great pull with the Suffolk County DA's office having made many cases for Jane Kaczmarek and she's prosecuting Zima. At the same time Manhattan is prosecuting Gjokaj for the same murder.

Gjokaj is a real smug piece of work. He's someone you really love to hate and love to see brought down.

An interesting episode with SVU working for the other side so to speak.


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