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  • The episode is very interesting, I liked it very much

    • by Tanya

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      CSI New York Season 4 Episode2- The Deep

      During an on the water race a decomposed body of a diver is discovered. It is believed that the methane gas underwater explosion brought him the surface.

      But, as usual in the world of CSI New York, there are no easy cases.

      They are

      surprised to find out that he had a full oxygen supply.

      After identifying the body things seems to make even less sense since the diver was an experienced diving instructor.

      Traces of a asbestos are found inside the starfish that feasted on the diver’s body, which leads them to the conclusion that the diver was killed in the subway that was sunk in the river.

      When they dive to the scene of death they find another diver, trapped inside, who died of the same cause as the first diver.

      The second diver is his friend and a diving instructor.

      It is concluded ...

      • CSI New York S4 E2
      that the cyanide was administered in a gas form by a needle in their oxygen tube.

      Not only does the team manages to solve the case, but the episode takes an unexpected turn.

      The episode is very interesting, I liked it very much.

      The only thing I guess I would have

      to say against it, is just how the writers let the main team handle every single task.

      It seems like they have expertise in everything.

      I would expect that at least in this episode where they need to have advanced knowledge of diving, they would let someone else do it for them.

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