Benson and Stabler believe that the abusive CEO of a wine company killed her CFO, but why are the company's other employees refusing to step forward and expose her?
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The medical examiner Dr. Melinda Warner states that the victim, Ellen Sazelin, had a blood alcohol concentration of 1.6. A BAC of 0.4 is considered the lethal limit. As women typically have a lower tolerance than men, and with Ellen not being overweight or obese, it's extremely unlikely if not impossible for her to achieve a BAC of that level. She received a telephone call three hours prior to her death; for her to achieve that level of intoxication in three hours, she would have had to have consumed roughly 55-60 drinks, or 18-20 drinks per hour. See more
Well, well, well. The church mouse finally roared.