The BAU heads to Detroit, Michigan where community activist Russell Pearson is found murdered. His latest cause was opposition to a proposed gentrification project of high end condos, however it was recently discovered that he took bribes from the condo developers. As identified by the tag next to Pearson's body, the murderer is renowned street artist, Morpheus, whose actual identity is unknown. Morpheus, whose art has a social activism bent, would have been on the same side as Pearson of the condo development issue up until the discovery of the bribes. Morpheus, who works primarily in New York, Los Angeles and the Gulf coast, generally shows up after an issue has become known, leading his voice to the cause through the art. Morpheus' art first appeared in Detroit a few weeks ago, next to a burnt out car where a homeless mother and her infant died, the car where they were sleeping. By the time the team arrives in Detroit, Morpheus has struck again, this time kidnapping Corinne Wallace...
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Morpheus is the Greek god of dreams. See more
The baby is kidnapped from her home in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, yet for some reason the Detroit Police Department knows the details of the kidnapping and is investigating it.
Grosse Pointe is an extremely wealthy incorporated city that is separate from Detroit. The Detroit Police don't have jurisdiction outside of their own city, and it is unlikely a big city as cash-strapped as Detroit would waste its resources doing police work in a separate city that can definitely afford its own police force. See more
So Yogi Berra arrives at spring training and the equipment manager says to him: "What size cap do you wear"? And Yogi says: "I don't know, I am not in shape yet"
Dr. Spencer Reid
That's it! That's the joke
Dr. Spencer Reid
But, studies have shown the dimensional changes in the human head actually can fluctuate, especially in the third decade of life
Theme from Criminal Minds
Composed by Marc Fantini
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