Rich Precolumbian archaeology professor Manuel Montero, also a well-reputed traded in antiquities, is murdered in the Nothern Calirfornia Museum of Anthropology. He was meeting a buyer for a Mayan golden pendant, the only item stolen there. His transport crew is caught, also dealing in illegal arms, but Patrick believes the motive personal. Laroche's IA investigation reduced serial cop-killer Todd Johnson's torch-murder suspects to five CBI members with opportunity, including only one with a motive: agent Madeleine Hightower was the former lover of murdered CHip Jim Rance. Links between both cases are found. Patrick however sees it all as part of Red John's master plan.
Did You Know?
The inside museum scenes were shot at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in Exposition Park. The exterior shot was the California Science Center, which is also at Exposition Park. The two fossils of the Lisbon and Patrick look at are in the center of the museum. See more
Not that I'm judging. Seeking revenge on men that are responsble for the death of someone you love, it's a hobby I like to dabble in myself.
You think it's true? You think it's true that I killed Johnson and Montero?
Let's just say I'm open minded.
References CSI: Miami