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Dead Woman Walking 

"Dead Woman Walking" is an episode of CSI: Miami starring David Caruso, Emily Procter, and Adam Rodriguez. An environmental lawyer is poisoned with a radioactive isotope and has only one week left to help the CSI team find her murderer.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Horatio Caine
... Calleigh Duquesne
... Eric Delko
... Alexx Woods
... Tim Speedle
... Belle King
... De Soto, Radiation Man #1
... Detective Bernstein
... Parker Boyd
... George Risher
... Sam Carver
... Belle's Office Worker (as Maria Teresa Rangel)
... Janet Carver
Greg Crooks ... Carl Aspen
... Radiation Man #2
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Junkie and small thief Carl Aspen's corps is found on the street, beside a syringe but not killed by an OD. During the autopsy, Horatio has to strike the alarm on account of an extremely fast-spreading hand-wound which he realizes must stem from nuclear radiation. Luckily even Delko, who spend most time exposed while examining the cash loot, is all right. The unsuspecting robbery victim however is terminally contaminated. It's environmental lawsuits specialist Belle King. Her numerous enemies include George Risher's isotopes firm, but things are more complicated then they seem. Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

The plot to this episode is not dissimilar to the Dennis Quaid-Meg Ryan movie D.O.A. (1988). See more »

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Every aspect of how Iodine 131 is kept and transported is nonsense. It would not be kept in plastic syringes in a standard fridge; heavy lead shielding is needed to handle it safely but we see none; the ease with which the murderer got hold of the lethal amounts of I-131 shows that the safety measures were grossly inadequate and would have attracted much attention from regulatory authorities. Further, the murderer would be subjecting himself to very large amounts of radiation by handling I-131 in the manner that is shown. See more »

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Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Hey.
Belle King: No silver jumpsuit, hmm? I guess that means I'm... I'm all better.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Well, um... you've actually ingested some isotopes. An isotope called Iodine-131.
Belle King: The stuff they use for cancer therapy?
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Mm-hmm.
Belle King: But I haven't ingested anything. And even if I did ingest a little bit of Iodine-131, it wouldn't kill you.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Actually, you've ingested quite a bit of it.
Belle King: Well, how much?
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: It's my understanding that at these concentration levels...
Belle King: How much?
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