Major Crimes (2012–2018)
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The man sending notes to Rusty on behalf of Philip Stroh turns out to be a dangerous serial killer, causing Rusty to be in more danger with his sting operation than Major Crimes once thought.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Sharon Raydor
... Louie Provenza
... Andy Flynn
... Mike Tao
... Julio Sanchez
... Buzz Watson
... Amy Sykes
... Rusty Beck
... D.D.A. Emma Rios
... Dr. Fernando Morales
... Russell Taylor
... Kendall
... Chuck Cooper
... Billy
... Monica Garcia (as Maria Teresa Ruiz)
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As the operation to flush out the one threatening Rusty goes on, Raydor remains worried. Investigation of a floating body found wrapped in a plastic couch cover leads to the discovery of two other victims, all in jail recently, all stabbed to death three times, all wrapped in couch covers. Through the recent victim's girlfriend, the team learns of errands to deliver specific letter-writing materials to the person stalking Rusty. As they seek a visible connection to Phillip Stroh, the stalker readies to complete his assignment on Rusty. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com/revised by statmanjeff

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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6 January 2014 (USA)  »

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When Billy and Rusty enter Gregory's condo, the film is visibly sped up to convey excitement. See more »

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Mike Tao: It's called an authorship attribution program. You can download it for free on the internet, but before I explain what it is...
Mike Tao: [to Provenza] ... let me assure you that this is the short version.
Louie Provenza: Oh, boy.
Mike Tao: Basically, the program compares texts. It ranks words by their usage, particularly articles like "the" and prepositions like "or" and "to" - words that might seem inconsequential but, in fact, leave an authorial fingerprint on most any work; so, by taking a sampling of legal motions written by ...
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