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    • by Tanya
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      Law and Order SVU Season 1 Episode 6 Sophmore Jinx

      I did not like this episode, because, first of all, I didn’t understand it. And secondly, I didn’t understand the point of having it at all. Eventually, the killer is discovered, the oldest story that happens in between, makes no sense, and players in the game are not really contributing to anything.


      I would say that this is the episode she would probably want to skip.

      The story begins when a body of a young college girl is discovered in the schoolyard. It looks like she was beaten to death with a rock after being raped. Several suspects are considered, which include a prominent basketball player in the school and a college professor. Both of ...


      • them would have a reason to do what they are suspected of doing. What makes the investigations even more difficult, is the fact that the school is trying to protect its own image, and to cover up, and protect the individuals involved. At the end of all that, the detectives and the team are going through different possibilities as to how all that
        could have happened. This is a case, which would have greatly benefited from some hard DNA evidence and CSI work. Nothing can be proven, except for what the criminal has confessed to. At the end of the episode, I still had a feeling of that is to still all theory and that things could have happened in a different way with the same evidence.




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