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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Dr. Brennan is incorrect in her statement that it would have been illegal for her to have pre-marital intercourse with Booth in Virginia - the law against "fornication" was overturned as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of Virginia in Martin vs. Ziherl (2005), long before the two characters started having sexual relations. See more
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References Apocalypse Now