The remains of a young female found in a tree log are heavily consumed over four months, yet identified as Mallory Briggs, one of Dr. Richard Burke's legal medicinal marijuana shop's clerks, a former art student. The murder weapons must be extraordinarily complex, hence hard to identify. Booth's team must consider several possible motives, including a stalking-suspected security guard's unrequited love and several angles to link her with illegal drug trade. Wendell finds returning to work a relief from physically ruinous cancer therapy, but candor about his legal use of medicinal marijuana disqualifies him as federal employee. Written by
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When Booth and Sweets are at the gun range, Booth is packing up to leave, on the Range Rules sign hanging on the wall, the 4th rule reads "Permission ust be given for full auto discharge". See more
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References Apocalypse Now