Detectives Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of a 20 year-old college coed, Allison Reich, who is found stabbed to death in her room. She was stabbed 27 times but was not raped. She was well liked by everyone in the dorm but she may have had a cyber-stalker. Meril Grupp's stories on the Internet are gruesome and when they find Allison's panties in his room, they are sure they have their man. When they catch Allison's roommate Megan Maslin in a lie, they decide to re-question her and arrive in time to prevent her suicide, having taken an overdose of pills. In her semi-conscious state, she admits to the murder. When McCoy learns of an earlier conviction, he knows he is dealing with a very disturbed person. Written by
Did You Know?
When hearing "Shelly" Kates' motion to dismiss, the Judge mentions being one of the few jurists who "believes the bloody glove should have been excluded". This is a reference to the infamous "if it doesn't fit, you must acquit" glove from the O.J. Simpson trial. See more
D.A. Adam Schiff
Are you kidding? Shelly' Kates could convince a jury that Jeffrey Dahmer had an eating disorder.