When an American living in Paris is killed and her eyes taken, the team goes to investigate. And when they arrive another person is killed and the head is taken. The policeman in charge decides to speak to the press about the murders which Jack says is not a good idea. And when the killer's mo is compromised he makes some changes which makes it more difficult to catch him.
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When Mae checks out the autopsy reports (written in French) on two victims named as Samantha Wade and Bianca Lewis ... she reads them out loud, translating from the French as she goes along; she reads the details of their different deaths, one with mutilation of the eyes, the other with decapitation. Both autopsy reports were absolutely identical. Same date, same file number, exactly the same age and date of birth for each victim (38 years old, although neither of them appeared to be that age and they were both born in 1985 as it states in the report in section Date of birth, which means that at the time of the death in 2015 as it is on both reports, they were 30, not 38 years old), and the entire description of each of the bodies was exactly the same. Every single paragraph was identical. It was only the victim's names that were different and the doctors who preformed the autopsy. Mae's translation of the details of death written in French bore no relation whatsoever to what was written on any of the pages she was supposedly reading from. See more
Commissaire Pierre Clement
So, you're telling me: I'm damned if I do, damned if I don't
Performed by: Aimée Allen
Played when the unsub kills the third woman, which is the first French victim See more