When several people including a child are killed, the team tries to find the killer. They catch the man who did it. Cabot wants to throw the book at him despite his erratic behavior. But Huang wants to examine him and he says that the man is sick. And they eventually learn that the insurance company he applied to knew of his condition and that they didn't tell him which would have allowed him the opportunity to be cured.
Did You Know?
Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale (January 8, 1864 - January 14, 1892) was the grandson of the reining monarch of the British Empire, Queen Victoria, and the second in line for the throne of England in the late 1800's. He was rumored to have sexual tendencies that were considered deviant at the time, including homosexuality and frequenting prostitutes. It was because of these rumors that some people (mostly amateur historians and serial killer fans) believed Prince Albert to be the notorious serial killer "Jack the Ripper". However military and royal travel documents show that Prince Albert was out of the country during the murders of the prostitutes in 1888 attributed to the "Ripper". Most reputable historians believe the rumors about his sexual proclivities and the rumors about him secretly being the "Ripper" were started by political rivals of the royal family, there was never any evidence that even remotely tied the Prince to the 1888 murders. See more
When Benson and Stabler are getting up off the floor of the church after handcuffing the suspect, Daniel Varney, you can see 2 crew members off to the right of the shot. See more
Dr. Melinda Warner
We found only the victim's blood at the arcade, but take a look at these. You know Locard's theory?
Detective John Munch
Transfer evidence. Everywhere you go, you pick something up and leave something behind. Seven years in Homicide, I better know it.