SVU has to turn to an Iraq War veteran suffering from PTSD to figure out who was responsible for a teenage girl's assault at a rock concert.

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Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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Donald Cragen (credit only)
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SVU has to turn to an Iraq War veteran suffering from PTSD to figure out who was responsible for a teenage girl's assault at a rock concert.

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Scenes set in New Canaan, Connecticut were filmed in Rye, New York. See more »

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Amanda Rollins: All right, so these guys... this gang of six. They had nothing to do with setting it up. They were just opportunists. I know this is hard to follow, Counselor.
A.D.A. Rafael Barba: No, I get it. It's Benghazi.
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Snotty Preppies face justice
7 November 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The SVU squad gets to deal with some rich preppy kids from Connecticut who betray one of their own, a recent immigrant from the United Kingdom who was trying to fit in with their crowd. Lola Kirke goes clubbing with the rest of the gang at a club in New York where her 'friend' Alexandra Socha rips her top off and the sight of her naked breasts is enough to get a bunch drunken and drugged up club kids ready for a gang bang.

Eion Bailey is the club security man and he's an Iraq war veteran with post traumatic stress disorder. Only bit by bit and with the help of Danny Pino is Bailey able to recall the events of the night. The pyrotechnics of the club band's music made him flash back to the war and the story has to be dragged out of him.

Bailey gives a fine performance and it's always a pleasure to see snotty preppies face justice in any show.


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