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  • In order to find the murderers the investigation team needs to make sense of the crimes

    • by Tanya
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      CSI New York Season 4 Episode 7- Commuted Sentences

      In this episode we follow the CSI team as they attempt to solve what at first seems like two unrelated murders. In the first one, a woman is accused of the murder of the man who had raped and injured her some time ago, only to be acquitted of all charges.

      He


      is found dead with several knives in his body, driven in by a skilled hand and a great knowledge of human anatomy.

      On a closer look, it looks that the fight somehow resembled the process of a bullfighting, where the male victim played the role of the bull.

      His victim comes home all covered in his blooded, which she rushes ...


      • to immediately wash off.

        There are no other suspects in this case.

        But she claims to have found him already dead.

        In the other case, a young wealthy woman is found on the steps of the museum, with the gun the killed her lying next to her.

        At first it seems that she was shot from the back, but on

        later examinations, it becomes clear that she was shot from the front, with her own gun, with her own hand.

        In order to find the murderers the investigation team needs to make sense of the crimes.

        This is a really great show and I always enjoy watching it.

        This episode was really nice, but honestly I was a little bored.

        The usual suspense was absent.




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