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(TV Series)

(2005)

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  • After another woman is attacked by "The Carver", Christian is suspected to be the serial killer himself. His ex-lover Kit suspects him of killing all these women and making up the story that he has ever been attacked himself. She has also found crucial evidence that he in fact could be the killer. When being suspected Christian finally meets his biological mother for the first time. While suffering from the accusation of his partner and not knowing what to believe, Sean has do surgery on a man who has aids.

  • After Rhea Reynolds, whom Christian declared a fraud victim of the carver, is cut using his MO, but this time murdered by throat-slashing, scorned bisexual nymphomaniac crazy cop Kit McGraw seeks revenge on her fellow sex addict by arresting him and Kimber Henry, who left her to return to him, for the 'joint' murder. After a condom of his is found, Christian realizes Kit could have set him up. So he accepts the top lawyer he believed would just make him look suspicious but was arranged by Sean, and asks him to be in his apartment during the search, which alas finds the same tranquilizer as the carver used, which he can explain. Kit builds a 'genetic' case against Cristian involving his abusive foster 'father', reform school after alleged animal abuse and even tracks down his birth mother who gave him up for adaption as victim at 14 of a serial rapist-murderer. After a TV report kills the surgery's clientèle, a new fact decides the case.

  • Christian becomes the prime suspect in the Carver case after police find a damning piece of evidence at the scene of the latest attack.


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