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Monster's Legacy 

Benson and attorney Bayard Ellis help a death row inmate in Ohio whose history as a sex abuse victim may have been ignored by his defense attorney.

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Nick Amaro
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John Munch (credit only)
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Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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A.D.A. Marnie Lathrop
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Johnny Dubcek
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Alexei Belyakov
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Judge Nancy Rosario
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Mrs. Dubcek
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Angela Brooks
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Eddy Galtin
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Coach Martin Schultz (as Ed Asner)
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Benson and attorney Bayard Ellis help a death row inmate in Ohio whose history as a sex abuse victim may have been ignored by his defense attorney.

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Trivia

Attacker/victim Johnny Dubcek (Peter Scanavino) later becomes SVU detective Dominick "Sonny" Carisi, Jr in season 16. See more »

Goofs

Reggie's appeal is heard in "Supreme Court" but this is clearly a first level trial court. The Supreme Court of Ohio is the highest court in the state. What is called a "Supreme Court" in NY is a "Court of Common Pleas" in Ohio where this part of the story takes place. See more »

Quotes

Coach Martin Schultz: I wish I could have done more for Johnny and some of the other kids I couldn't save. Fatherless kids. Try as you might, you can never fill that hole.
[to Olivia]
Coach Martin Schultz: Isn't that right, Detective?
Olivia Benson: Excuse me?
Coach Martin Schultz: It's all right, honey. You've done good. I mean, you could have gone the other way too, hmm?
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Shocking and fascinating
22 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

An excellent episode of special victims unit.

Always interesting to see Olivia working with others.

Ed Asner showing his ability to play chilling characters with a veneer of respectability well into old age. However, sickening and shocking to see Tyson playing a victim. I would have much preferred to see any number of other actors in this role.

It's also always interesting to see more of the intricacies of the American and in particular the new York criminal justice system.

I hope people watching this show are provoked to understand the actions and repercussions for victims of sexual violence.


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