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#407 : Prédatrices

Titre VO : "Commuted Sentences"
Titre VF : "Prédatrices"

Réalisation : Oz Scott
Scénario : John Dove 

USA : 7 Novembre 2007
France : 18 Janvier 2009

 

Casting : Emmanuelle Vaugier (Det. Jennifer Angell), Bess Wohl (Kendall Novak), Robert Joy (Sid) , Jenny J. Wade (Fern Lazlow), Chris Gann (Mitchell Bentley), Robert Tena (Larry Diaz), Lauren Stamile (Amber Stanton), Dax Griffin (Steve Kaplan)


Résumé : Le verdict concernant le meurtre de Terry Miller vient d’être rendu et Steve Kaplan a été acquitté. Cependant, Hawkes et Stella pensent qu’il est lié à la nouvelle enquête sur laquelle ils travaillent : la mort de Michael Bentley. De plus, une nouvelle victime vient d’être retrouvé par le fiancé de Terry Miller.

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EXT. NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE - NIGHT

INT. APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM - NIGHT

[FERN LASLOW, BREATHING HEAVY OUTSIDE

THE DOOR, ENTERS, TURNS ON THE LIGHT TO

REVEAL SHE’S COVERED IN BLOOD]

INT. APARTMENT - BATHROOM - NIGHT

[FERN RUSHES INTO THE BATHROOM, CRYING,

TAKES OFF HER CLOTHES AND WASHES OFF

THE BLOOD AT THE SINK]

EXT. NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE - DAY

EXT. STREETS - DAY

[POLICE CARS DRIVE UP IN FRONT OF THE

APARTMENT]

INT. APARTMENT BUILDING - HALLWAY - DAY

[DETECTIVE DON FLACK SEES BLOOD STAINS

ON FERN’S DOOR]

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Fern Laslow? NYPD.

INT. APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM - DAY

[FLACK AND COPS RAM INTO THE APARTMENT,

SEE A NUDE FERN IN THE BATHROOM]

FERN LASLOW

He’s really dead? It’s not a dream?

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DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Somebody get her some clothes. You’re

under arrest. You have the right to

remain silent. Anything you say can

and will be used against you in a court

of law.

EXT. APARTMENT BUILDING - DAY

[FERN, WEARING HOSPITAL SCRUBS AND

HANDCUFFS, IS ESCORTED OUT OF THE

BUILDING BY FLACK AND COPS]

[FERN LOOKS ACROSS THE STREET TO FIND

STELLA BONASERA TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS OF A

DEAD MITCHELL BENTLEY, KNIVES STUCK IN

HIS BACK. FERN SMILES.]

[MAC TAYLOR AND STELLA PROCESS THE DEAD

BODY]

STELLA BONASERA

Absolutely no defensive wounds.

MAC TAYLOR

Placement of these knives is precise.

No other sharp force trauma. Each

knife found its mark with the first

strike.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

We got a name. Your vic is Mitchell

Bentley the Third, [MUSIC OUT] son of

everybody’s favorite billionaire,

Mitchell Bentley, Jr. They should a

stopped at two.

STELLA BONASERA

So this is the guy who was just

acquitted of attempted murder and rape

in Central Park?

[FLASHBACK]

[WALLA]

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[BACK TO SCENE]

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

One in the same. And get this, the vic

in that case, Fern Laslow--

[FLASHBACK]

DETECTIVE DON FLACK (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--an E.R. nurse over at Queen of Mercy,

was seen running from this crime scene

into--

[BACK TO SCENE]

DETECTIVE DON FLACK (CONTINUED)

--her apartment. We got her in

custody. When I picked her up we found

traces of blood, which I’m assuming is

Bentley’s ‘cause she didn’t have a

scratch on her. [MUSIC IN] Looks like

a good, clean case of revenge.

STELLA BONASERA

She certainly made her point.

[ZOOM INTO ECS OF KNIFE IN BENTLEY’S

BACK]

[NY CSI SHOT]

THEME MUSIC IN

SHOW TITLE - OPENING SEQUENCES

OPENING CREDITSEND OF TEASER

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EXT. CENTRAL PARK - DAY

MUSIC IN

EXT. APARTMENT BUILDING - DAY

[STELLA AND MAC PROCESS THE SCENE]

STELLA BONASERA

Gravitational blood trails.

MAC TAYLOR

Directionality indicates he was moving

in circles.

STELLA BONASERA

Why not just run away?

MAC TAYLOR

He didn’t fight back, he didn’t escape.

Maybe he didn’t have a choice.

[MONTAGE SEQUENCE - STELLA PICKS UP A

BANDAGE FROM ATOP A GRATE. MAC SEES

BRUISING ON THE VIC’S NECK. STELLA

FINDS RED CLOTH NEAR A TREE.]

MAC TAYLOR

Let’s get him back to autopsy and see

what Sid can tell us.

STELLA BONASERA

Maybe he can explain how Fern Laslow, a

woman half Bentley’s size, stuck four

knives in his back and walked away

without a scratch on her.

EXT. NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE - DAY

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EXT. MUSEUM - ENTRANCE - DAY

[MONTAGE OF DANNY MESSER PHOTOGRAPHING

A WOMAN LYING DEAD ON THE ENTRANCE

STEPS. DR. SHELDON HAWKES AND LINDSAY

MONROE APPEAR AT THE SCENE.]

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Excuse us, folks. [MUSIC OUT] Any

witnesses?

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

None. Matt Fella, the Head of Security

for the museum, found her around six

a.m. when he came in to open up.

Discovered the body up here. A gun was

laying right next to her. Didn’t touch

anything. Called 9-1-1. We checked

him out. But, not even a parking

ticket. Seems pretty shaken up.

LINDSAY MONROE

Keys, phone, eyeliner. Cash, 250

bucks. Doesn’t look like a robbery.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

She hasn’t been here long, maybe a few

hours.

DANNY MESSER

Acquire Black card. Five grand annual

fee for that thing. Quarter of mil

mandatory minimum spending.

LINDSAY MONROE

Vic’s name is Joanna Morgan.

Formidable Advertising Corp.

DANNY MESSER

Looks like somebody who wasn’t buying

what she was advertising, huh?

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 6

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Smooth outer edges. No stellate

tearing, no powder burns. Looks like

an entrance wound. Let’s turn her.

Oh. [ZOOM INTO ECS OF EXIT WOUND]

Significant amount of tearing. Larger

wound, undefined edges. Looks like an

exit wound. We got a through-andthrough.

Shot in the back, through the

chest. Downward angle. Possible wrist

fracture.

DANNY MESSER

That would be consistent with being

shot in the back and falling forwards.

So, our shooter, could’ve been standin’

right about here.

[REENACTMENT]

[BACK TO SCENE]

DANNY MESSER (CONTINUED)

Pointing the gun in this direction.

LINDSAY MONROE

I got two spent shells. We’re probably

looking for two rounds.

DANNY MESSER

And so the bullet we’re lookin’ for

should be in this area down here.

[MONTAGE SEQUENCE OF DANNY AND LINDSAY

LOOKING FOR BULLET]

LINDSAY MONROE

No bullet impact marks. No indication

of any rounds, even fragments of a

round anywhere in that direction.

DANNY MESSER

No signs of struggle and there aren’t

any other injuries. They leave the gun

behind. Kind a looks like a hit.

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LINDSAY MONROE

Then why can’t we find any expended

rounds?

DANNY MESSER

I heard of “leave the gun and take the

cannolis,” but I never heard of leave

the gun, take the bullets.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - TRACE LAB - DAY

[MONTAGE OF LINDSAY PROCESSING THE GUN

FOR FINGERPRINTS, DANNY PROCESSING THE

VICTIM’S DRESS FOR TRACE EVIDENCE]

DANNY MESSER

All right, now this is strange. [MUSIC

OUT] Got high concentrations of GSR on

the front of Joanna Morgan’s dress,

which totally contradicts Hawkes’

theory that she was shot in the back.

And I found GSR inside the purse, which

means the GSR was transferred there

from the gun.

LINDSAY MONROE

Even stranger, the only prints on the

gun were hers. It’s Joanna’s weapon.

So maybe the gun was fired away from

the crime scene. And then put in the

purse, like maybe a test fire. That’s

something a novice handling a gun would

do, which would mean we’re only looking

for one round. Her gun in her hand

shot at close range. Maybe this is a

suicide.

DANNY MESSER

The middle of the night on the steps at

the museum? No suicide note. More to

the point, how does an entry wound wind

up looking like an exit wound?

INT. M.E.’S OFFICE - AUTOPSY ROOM - DAY

[MONTAGE OF DR. SID HAMMERBACK

PROCESSING BENTLEY’S BODY]

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MUSIC OUT

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

A striking visual, the sight of those

knives in this young man’s back. Okay.

All of the knives penetrated deep into

the torso. They were delivered at

close range with great force. I

believe this wound was inflicted first.

It devastated the postural [NY YORK CSI

SHOT] muscle supporting the spine.

Walking would have become very

difficult.

STELLA BONASERA

Standing up straight virtually

impossible.

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Yeah. Your killer was very lucky, or

very skilled. The postural group is

difficult to penetrate. It took a

perfect shot.

STELLA BONASERA

Okay. So stabbing him here and here

would have been easy, since he was

already wounded and vulnerable.

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Precisely. And the result, increased

blood loss, lower blood pressure and

acute pain. These blades were barbed

and difficult to extract. This was the

kill shot. It cut deep. Another

perfect strike. Transected the aorta

and completely devastated--

[FLASHBACK]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--the heart muscle. He died instantly.

[BACK TO SCENE]

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STELLA BONASERA

Why not just stab him in the heart and

be done with it?

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

I’m not sure. But your killer has an

intimate knowledge of the human

anatomy. You should be looking for

someone with a medical background.

INT. NYPD - BOOKING AREA - DAY

[FERN HAS HER MUG SHOTS AND

FINGERPRINTS TAKEN]

INT. NYPD - INTERROGATION ROOM - DAY

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

A coincidence? Bumping into a dead

body outside your apartment, who it

turns out, happens to be the same man

recently acquitted of raping you?

FERN LASLOW

I was coming home from the hospital. I

cut through the park.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

You ran right past your doorman covered

in blood. Didn’t think to ask him to

call 9-1-1. And you made no attempt to

contact the police on your own.

FERN LASLOW

I told you, I was upset.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

But not so upset that you couldn’t

dispose of your bloody clothes or take

the time to try to wash away the

evidence, come on.

FERN LASLOW

I just wanted him off of me. All

right? I didn’t care about anything

else.

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DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Not buyin’ a word of it.

FERN LASLOW

I know how this looks. I have every

reason in the world [MUSIC IN] to want

to kill him. But as much as I (strange

chuckle) would have loved to, I didn’t

kill Mitchell Bentley.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - LAYOUT ROOM - DAY

[MONTAGE OF KENDALL NOVACK PROCESSING

THE BANDAGE, STELLA PROCESSING THE

KNIVES.]

[FLASHBACKS INTERCUT]

[STELLA AND KENDALL PROCESSING

CLOTHING.]

MUSIC OUT

INT. NYPD - INTERROGATION - DAY

MAC TAYLOR

Those are your prints. That’s from the

coat you tried to dispose of. It was

found at the crime scene.

FERN LASLOW

Must have got caught on the fence when

I fell.

MAC TAYLOR

How do you explain your prints on

Bentley’s neck, Ms. Laslow?

FERN LASLOW

I checked his pulse there.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

You said you checked his wrist.

FERN LASLOW

Maybe I checked both.

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DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Must have. Maybe. I don’t know.

Prosecutor’s gonna eat you alive.

FERN LASLOW

[LAUGHS] The prosecutor? Is this the

same incompetent ass that let that

piece of garbage walk in the first

place? We’re walking in circles here,

gentlemen. That’s all I’m telling you

until I see my attorney.

MUSIC IN

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

She certainly has all the answers.

MAC TAYLOR

When you’ve taken time to plan a murder

it’s very possible you’ve already

considered all the questions.

MUSIC OUTEND OF ACT ONE

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EXT. NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE - DAY

MUSIC IN

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - LAYOUT ROOM - DAY

STELLA BONASERA

Not one print. Not from Fern or anyone

else. Now I did find traces of amino

methyl propenol and methacrylate on the

handles of these two knives.

MAC TAYLOR

You can just say hairspray.

STELLA BONASERA

Oh, I can’t help it. You know,

chemical compounds just sort of roll

off my tongue. Now, these are exact

replicas of the knives we took from

Bentley’s body. Watch this. I’m

thinking our killer concealed these

weapons as hair sticks. I also found

epithelial cells from a female donor on

the handles of these two knives. Now

there’s enough for a DNA sample.

MAC TAYLOR

We have no comparison sample from Fern

Laslow. Her attorney’s making us jump

through hoops.

STELLA BONASERA

Yeah. I can understand her distrust in

the system. Bentley raped and stabbed

Fern and then he was acquitted. And

now his murder takes away her freedom.

MAC TAYLOR

Well, if she is the killer, she made

that choice, Stella. She surrendered

to anger instead of fighting to go on

with her life.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 13

STELLA BONASERA

I know. I know, but why now? Why not

two months ago? Why not six months

ago? And what made her snap? What are

you thinking, Mac?

MAC TAYLOR

This wasn’t someone who snapped. This

was planned. Methodical. Calculated.

Controlled. In fact, I have a theory

that the method of this killing is a

message. It has something to do with

Spanish-style bullfighting.

STELLA BONASERA

Okay. You got my attention.

MUSIC IN

MAC TAYLOR

The knives were stuck into Bentley’s

body one at a time, methodically.

STELLA BONASERA

And those circular blood trails. It’s

as if he’s charging instead of running

away.

MAC TAYLOR

In Spanish bullfighting, the matador--

[FILE FOOTAGE/REENACTMENT]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--stands in the ring and he watches as

the bull makes a series of passes. He

looks for the animal’s strengths and

weaknesses. And when the time is

right, he drives a knife into the thick

muscles of the back.

[BACK TO SCENE]

MAC TAYLOR (CONTINUED)

This weakens the bull’s muscles, lowers

his blood pressure and provokes angrier

attacks.

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STELLA BONASERA

Almost the same as rupturing the

postural muscles.

MAC TAYLOR

During the next phase, Tercio de

Banderillas, two barbed lances--

[REENACTMENT/FILE FOOTAGE]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--with decorative handles like the ones

found in Bentley’s sides are thrust

into each of the bull’s flanks.

[BACK TO SCENE]

MAC TAYLOR (CONTINUED)

And the final stage, Tercio de Muerte--

[FILE FOOTAGE/REENACTMENT]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--the matador thrusts a sword in

between the bull’s shoulder blades and

through the heart.

[BACK TO SCENE]

MAC TAYLOR (CONTINUED)

A quick, clean kill.

STELLA BONASERA

Planning the premeditation.

[REENACTMENT]

STELLA BONASERA (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

No, this was torture, driven from

intense hatred.

[BACK TO SCENE]

STELLA BONASERA (CONTINUED)

Nothing quick and clean about it.

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INT. M.E.’S OFFICE - AUTOPSY ROOM - DAY

MUSIC OUT

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Brushing up on your autopsy procedures?

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Ah. Just confirming my suspicions.

Uh, though I hate to contradict a

former colleague.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Hey, no harm, no foul, Sid. I was

making a field observation.

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

There’s a logical explanation for

Danny’s finding--

[FLASHBACK]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--of GSR on the front of Joanna

Morgan’s dress being--

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (CONTINUED)

--consistent with an entrance wound and

your contradictory--

[FLASHBACK]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--finding of an exit wound in the same

place.

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (CONTINUED)

The gun was fired with the barrel

pressed tightly against her skin.

Rapidly expanding gases--

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[FLASHBACK/NEW YORK CSI SHOT]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--exploded out of the barrel and were

forced into the space between the outer

skin and the underlying tissue.

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (CONTINUED)

And the pressure behind the gases chose

the path of least resistance and pushed

back out--

[NEW YORK CSI SHOT]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--through the outer layer of skin.

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK (CONTINUED)

Made the wound larger, more jagged and

similar in appearance to an exit wound.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

The black dress made GSR invisible, but

how could the wound in the back appear

to be an entrance wound?

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Ah. Support, behind and directly up

against Joanna Morgan’s skin where the

bullet exited. That support prevented

the outer skin from expanding and

tearing, more like an entrance wound.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Okay, but there was nothing concrete,

glass and steel where Joanna was found.

If she was pressed up against something

solid, the round would have fallen to

the ground. We didn’t find it.

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DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Maybe that support was another person.

The victim had a wrist fracture. It

was a radial dislocation.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Perhaps Joanna’s wrist was bent

violently back towards her by someone

strong, likely a man. If your theory’s

right, our shooter is standing behind

her.

MUSIC IN

[REENACTMENT]

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Find that someone, you may find your

missing bullet.

MUSIC OUT

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Uh-huh.

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Oh, uh, S-- uh, Sheldon, hold on.

Parting gift. Early digested stomach

contents.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Uh-huh.

DR. SID HAMMERBACK

Ingested shortly before she died.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

And judging by the way she was dressed,

she wasn’t dining alone. So this might

help retrace her steps, find her

killer. Thanks, Sid.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - CSI BULLPEN - DAY

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DANNY MESSER

[INTO CELL PHONE] All right, well

thank you for your help. Appreciate

it. That was the last one. I’ve

checked every hospital in the city.

No, uh, suspicious gunshot victims.

LINDSAY MONROE

If Sid’s theory’s correct, and the

bullet passed through Joanna Morgan and

into the shooter, why wouldn’t the

shooter have sought medical attention?

DANNY MESSER

He’s afraid we’ll find him.

LINDSAY MONROE

Maybe. But there was no blood at that

scene--

[FLASHBACK]

LINDSAY MONROE (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--other than Joanna Morgan’s. There’s--

[BACK TO SCENE]

LINDSAY MONROE (CONTINUED)

--no evidence of any other gunshot

anywhere in front of that museum. All

we have is Sid’s theory that the

shooter was standing behind and up

against Joanna.

DANNY MESSER

Maybe Sid’s theory is wrong. Stranger

things have happened.

LINDSAY MONROE

But if he’s not, we were looking in the

wrong direction. Our search area for

the bullet at the crime scene was based

on Joanna being shot in the back and

not the chest.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 19

DANNY MESSER

We gotta go back to the scene, and look

in the opposite direction. ‘Cause if

the shooter dodged a bullet, it still

may be out there.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - LUNCHROOM - DAY

MAC TAYLOR

Specimen?

KENDALL NOVACK

He’s on a cayenne pepper and lemon

juice diet. Lose twenty pounds in

twenty days. Some girl at a bar told

him his baby fat was cute. Vanity.

ADAM ROSS

Thank you, Kendall.

MAC TAYLOR

How are we doing with the evidence?

KENDALL NOVACK

Hmm, the blood on the outside of the

bandage was the vic’s.

MAC TAYLOR

No surprise there.

KENDALL NOVACK

I found trace and wear marks on the

outside skin of the bandage consistent

with it having been worn on the bottom

of a shoe. That makes me think the

void on the adhesive side is part of a

shoe tread print, but, it’s not one

that’s in our database. People wear

bandages on the souls of new shoes to

keep from slipping.

MAC TAYLOR

Anything else?

KENDALL NOVACK

That tiny little chad--

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[FLASHBACK]

KENDALL NOVACK (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--that hitched a ride along the way.

[BACK TO SCENE]

KENDALL NOVACK (CONTINUED)

It being election week, there’s more

than a few possibilities. I’m looking

into all of ‘em.

MAC TAYLOR

Good work. What about you?

ADAM ROSS

Um, the fibers that--

[FLASHBACK]

ADAM ROSS (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--Stella found on Mitchell Bentley’s

pants--

[BACK TO SCENE]

ADAM ROSS (CONTINUED)

--are from a black napkin. There’s

three places in the area that [ADAM

TALKS AS HE WATCHES KENDALL TEASINGLY

EATING A COOKIE] serve black napkins

and only one of ‘em is open late. That

place is called, um, uh, Casa del

Matador Grill.

MAC TAYLOR

Casa del Matador?

ADAM ROSS

Yeah.

MAC TAYLOR

That’s where Bentley met Fern Laslow

before he attacked her last year. That

could be our connection to Spanish

bullfighting.

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ADAM ROSS

That’s probably where he had his last

meal, too.

[MAC TURNS TO LOOK AT KENDALL. HE

TOSSES ADAM A PACKAGED MUFFIN.]

MAC TAYLOR

Eat something.

EXT. STREET - DAY

INT. CASA DEL MATADOR GRILL - DAY

LARRY DIAZ

They are pretty but I don’t recognize

any faces.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Does this guy ring a bell?

LARRY DIAZ

Uh. Ah, yeah. Everybody knows that

bum from the news. Hard to believe

he’d come back here.

STELLA BONASERA

Was he with anyone?

LARRY DIAZ

A smokin’ hot brunette in a red dress.

She made the reservation under Florence

Nightingale. I’m thinking fake name.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Real sharp, Larry. How’d they pay?

LARRY DIAZ

Cash. She picked up the tab. She left

a nice tip considering she was so

ticked off.

STELLA BONASERA

Ticked off at him?

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 22

LARRY DIAZ

No, they got along fine but she lost

something, like a contact. Never found

it. Didn’t want any help. Refused to

leave a business card in case it turned

up.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Show me where they sat.

LARRY DIAZ

Yeah. She was sitting right there. He

was sitting right here.

STELLA BONASERA

Thank you.

[ZOOM INTO ECS OF ITEM STUCK ON BOTTOM

OF A CHAIR]

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

There’s something stuck on the bottom

of this chair.

STELLA BONASERA

Yeah? Huh. It’s pretty beat up. Hard

to tell what it is.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Well we’ll leave that up to you

scientists.

STELLA BONASERA

Thank you very much.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - LAYOUT ROOM - DAY

MUSIC IN

[MONTAGE SEQUENCE OF ADAM PROCESSING

THE ITEM FROM THE CHAIR]

MUSIC OUT

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 23

ADAM ROSS

Diamond mink eyelashes, one that Flack

found at Casa del Matador Grill. Ten

grand a pair. They stick onto your

real eyelashes and they stay on for,

like, two weeks.

MAC TAYLOR

Can we get a DNA profile?

ADAM ROSS

Nothing usable. But they’re not sold

in many places. So, you know, I’m

looking into it. I’d just love to know

who’s rich enough to lose five grand

worth of eyelashes and not stick

around.

MAC TAYLOR

Someone who doesn’t wanna be found.

EXT. NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE - DAY

EXT. MUSEUM - ENTRANCE - DAY

DANNY MESSER

That guy look a little too interested

to you?

LINDSAY MONROE

He’s probably just shaken up after

finding the body. Angell said he’s a

Boy Scout. Besides, he doesn’t look

like he’s suffering from a gunshot

wound.

DANNY MESSER

All right. Point the gun at me.

LINDSAY MONROE

Definitely could have gone right

through the love handles.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 24

DANNY MESSER

That’s too low, wise ass. Okay, the

trajectory angle was upward, front to

back and probably, would you stop

fighting me, ready? Over the shoulder

if it missed completely.

[DANNY LOOKS CLOSELY AT A WALL AND

PILLAR]

DANNY MESSER (CONTINUED)

Boom! Our missing bullet is here

somewhere.

LINDSAY MONROE

Great. The round pillar’s gonna make

it hard to figure out the exact angle

of trajectory from the mark.

DANNY MESSER

Think Mr. Boy Scout over here will let

me pop off a couple of rounds?

LINDSAY MONROE

[LAUGHS] Hey, I got a better idea. Go

back to the car, get the First Aid kit.

MUSIC IN

[MONTAGE SEQUENCE OF LINDSAY MAKING A

SLINGSHOT]

MUSIC OUT

LINDSAY MONROE

Okay. It’s not a Trumark 008, but

it’ll do.

DANNY MESSER

I can’t believe you’re not gonna let me

shoot it.

LINDSAY MONROE

We’d be here all day.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 25

DANNY MESSER

What, you, uh, shoot pebbles at

squirrels back in Montana?

LINDSAY MONROE

No, I used to shoot boys. Now stand

back and try to keep up. Now,

adjusting for the decrease in velocity

from the through-and-through, I’ll

recreate the trajectory. This should

give us a general search area.

MUSIC IN

[MONTAGE OF LINDSAY SHOOTING THREE

BULLETS INTO THE PILLAR. THEY BOUNCE

OFF, FALL BELOW.]

DANNY MESSER

Boom. Ooh, and there’s our three.

LINDSAY MONROE

The through-and-through from Joanna

Morgan has to be here somewhere.

[ZOOM INTO CS OF BULLET]

DANNY MESSER

Quite impressive. I can’t believe that

contraption actually worked!

LINDSAY MONROE

And that all three of my shots were

perfect.

DANNY MESSER

Let’s just hope this cheap piece of

lead holds some valuable answers.

MUSIC OUTEND OF ACT TWO

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 26ACT THREE

EXT. NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE - NIGHT

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - LAYOUT ROOM - NIGHT

DANNY MESSER

Hey, yo. Dennis the Menace, wait up.

The blood from the bullet we found at

the museum turns out to be a mixture of

Joanna--

[FLASHBACK]

DANNY MESSER (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--Morgan’s blood and the--

[BACK TO SCENE]

DANNY MESSER (CONTINUED)

--blood from an unknown male donor.

Bullet went through our perp.

LINDSAY MONROE

So it’s a through-and-through and

through-and-through.

DANNY MESSER

Exactly. Now the angle of trajectory

through Joanna Morgan is into the

chest, upward and out the back.

LINDSAY MONROE

Right. So we’re looking for a suspect

with a bullet hole up around his

shoulder.

INT. STANTON PUBLISHING - NIGHT

SECRETARY

Here you go, Ms. Stanton.

AMBER STANTON

You’re not really here because I made

an insurance claim on a set of diamond

mink eyelashes, are you?

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 27

MAC TAYLOR

A man named Mitchell Bentley--

[FLASHBACK]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--was murdered. What do you know about

him?

[BACK TO SCENE]

AMBER STANTON

Everything. It’s all over the news.

MAC TAYLOR

We believe you were with him last

night.

AMBER STANTON

I was.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

What was your relationship?

AMBER STANTON

He’s a sexual predator from a rich

family who bought his way out of a

conviction and I’m the publisher who

was going to help him sell his story.

MAC TAYLOR

You have a habit of having dinner with

sexual predators?

AMBER STANTON

Only when there’s money to be made. I

thought Casa del Matador was a nice

touch.

[FLASHBACK]

AMBER STANTON (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

He was a little uncomfortable at first.

But he loosened up after a few drinks.

Things went so well--

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 28

[BACK TO SCENE]

AMBER STANTON (CONTINUED)

--we took an after-dinner stroll. We

walked a few blocks, I decided to catch

a cab. I left him standing at the

curb. Very much alive.

MAC TAYLOR

Where’d the cab take you?

AMBER STANTON

To Penn Station. From there I took the

railroad home.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Would you be willing to provide a DNA

sample?

AMBER STANTON

Absolutely not. Now, if you have a

business card, please leave it with my

secretary. I’ve got a train to catch.

MAC TAYLOR

Might keep an eye on this story. I

have a feeling there’s a few more

chapters to be written. And we’ll keep

an eye on you.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - A/V LAB - DAY

KENDALL NOVACK

You’re looking at a digitally enhanced

image of the shoeprint we found on the

bandage. It’s been driving me crazy.

I looked at this a hundred different

ways. I finally figured it out.

STELLA BONASERA

It’s not like anything I’ve seen

before.

MAC TAYLOR

Some type of grid.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 29

KENDALL NOVACK

Or, a map.

MAC TAYLOR

What kind of shoe would have a map of

the subway on its sole?

STELLA BONASERA

An Ian Burton. It’s their trademark.

KENDALL NOVACK

This image is actual size. You can

see, the lines fit perfectly into the

map.

STELLA BONASERA

So the bandage was stuck on the bottom

of one of those shoes.

KENDALL NOVACK

Uh-huh.

MAC TAYLOR

I’m looking for a size six, recently

purchased.

KENDALL NOVACK

An Ian Burton boutique on West Fourth’s

the only place that sells ‘em. I’ll

get a list of buyers last couple

months.

STELLA BONASERA

Let’s hope our killer’s on that list.

EXT. STREET/INT. DETECTIVE CRUISER - DAY

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Four older brothers and a detective

sergeant for a father. Your old man

dust you for prints when you got home

from a date?

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

Well if it was up to them I wouldn’t

have known boys existed until I was 21.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 30

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

I’m sure the boys knew you existed.

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

Is that a line, Flack? Did you just

bust out your game on me? It was,

wasn’t it? Look at you. You’re

blushing. [LAUGHS]

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

My game. Game. I have no game. But

if I did, that’s probably as good as it

gets.

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

I think it’s pretty good.

AMBER STANTON

Detectives. Oh. I’m not interrupting

anything, am I? [AMBER GETS INTO THE

BACK SEAT OF THE CRUISER] You two have

been trailing me for the last couple of

hours. Now, if you’re going to follow

me, you may as well have a copy of my

itinerary. We’ve got lunch at Stang’s

in, oh, fifteen minutes. That might be

a bit expensive on your boyfriend’s

salary. The rest of the day is here,

Sacks, Bloomingdale’s. I’ve got a

meeting at four in the office. You get

the idea. And, um, I jotted down my

cell phone in case you have trouble

keeping up. Have a nice day.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

That woman pisses me off.

[FLACK LOOKS IN THE BACKSEAT]

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

What are you looking for?

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Something to help me put her in

handcuffs the next time I see her.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 31

[ZOOM INTO ECS OF HAIR ON UPHOLSTERY]

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

Not bad for a guy on a city salary.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Thank you.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - LAYOUT ROOM - DAY

STELLA BONASERA

Hey, Adam.

ADAM ROSS

I’m comparing the DNA sample of Amber

Stanton’s hair, the one that Flack

found on the backseat of the car, to

the DNA sample recovered from the

knives that Sid removed from Mitchell

Bentley’s back.

STELLA BONASERA

All right. One positive hit, puts

Amber in cuffs.

ADAM ROSS

No match.

MAC TAYLOR

Amber Stanton was so coy and confident.

She wanted me to know she had something

to do with Bentley’s murder.

STELLA BONASERA

I hate to say it, but all the evidence

points to Fern Laslow.

MUSIC IN

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - CORRIDOR - DAY

DANNY MESSER

Mac, hold up.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 32

LINDSAY MONROE

This receipt links our victim, Joanna

Morgan, with your victim, Mitchell

Bentley.

DANNY MESSER

Joanna’s name came up on a list of

customers who recently purchased a pair

of size six Ian Burtons.

MAC TAYLOR

And now the only question is, how did

Joanna Morgan’s shoes end up at

Mitchell Bentley’s crime scene?

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - WAR ROOM - DAY

MAC TAYLOR

So what do these three women have in

common?

STELLA BONASERA

They were all victims of past sexual

assault. Now, Amber Stanton was raped

seven years ago. Suspect never caught.

Joanna Morgan was raped five years ago.

Suspect was released on a technicality.

And then there’s Fern Laslow. She was

raped by Bentley. Now he’s dead.

She’s our prime suspect.

MAC TAYLOR

Let’s concentrate on the other two

women.

LINDSAY MONROE

Well, Amber Stanton and Joanna Morgan

have a lot in common. They’re both

CEOs of their own companies. They’re

both divorced. They both live in the

suburbs in big houses. They both work

in Manhattan.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 33

DANNY MESSER

Yeah, but the odd thing is they don’t

shop in the same stores. They don’t

eat in the same restaurants. They,

they don’t call the same people.

There’s not one common phone call on

their cell phone records.

MAC TAYLOR

This is the missing piece, Joanna

Morgan’s killer.

[REENACTMENT]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

We know he was wounded at the crime

scene.

[BACK TO SCENE]

MAC TAYLOR (CONTINUED)

His identity will help us understand

the connection between these two cases.

We also know that Bentley raped Fern

Laslow and Amber Stanton was the last

one to see him alive.

STELLA BONASERA

There is one piece of evidence still

outstanding. The chad that Kendall

recovered--

[FLASHBACK]

STELLA BONASERA (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--from the glue on the bandage.

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Lots of possible sources. She’s ruled

out absentee ballots, legacy punch card

systems…

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 34

MAC TAYLOR

Let’s get her to rule something in.

Dig into those case folders, see if you

can find anything we missed. I want

answers.

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - TRACE LAB - DAY

MUSIC OUT

MAC TAYLOR

What’s so urgent, Hawkes? I thought we

were done with Joanna Morgan’s stomach

contents.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

We were. Food-wise the contents were

unremarkable. But I did stumble upon a

very aggressive food-born bacteria.

I’ve never seen it before and it took

me a good while to determine the

source. They’re Brucellosis Listerial

bacteria cells. They don’t come along

very often. This bacteria is unique.

It allows itself to be ingested by

healthy immune system cells called

phagocytes. Once inside the healthy

cell--

[CSI SHOT]

DR. SHELDON HAWKES (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--the bacteria steals the internal

machinery of the phagocyte--

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SHELDON HAWKES (CONTINUED)

--causing it to mutate. The bacteria

then hitches a free ride on the

phagocyte into the digestive tract

wreaking havoc on the intestines.

MAC TAYLOR

So Joanna Morgan had a severe case of

food poisoning.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 35

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Yeah. If she had lived, she would have

become very ill, as would anyone who

ate at the restaurant that night.

MAC TAYLOR

And would have had to seek immediate

medical attention. The hospital would

have to report it to the Health

Department.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Which could help lead us to that

someone who had dinner with Joanna

Morgan the night she died. Possibly

our killer.

MAC TAYLOR

You said the healthy cells mutated.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

I did.

MUSIC IN

MAC TAYLOR

Human hairs can do the same thing.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

They’re the only tissue in the human

body except for bone marrow that have

such a high rate of mitotic activity.

MAC TAYLOR

And that high rate of cell division can

cause a very small number of hairs to

mutate resulting in an altered DNA

profile.

[FLASHBACK]

DR. SHELDON HAWKES (V.O.)

So maybe Amber Stanton’s hair is one of

those mutated hairs.

[BACK TO SCENE]

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 36

MAC TAYLOR

It’s possible. Which would explain why

it didn’t match the DNA on the knife

that killed Mitchell Bentley.

EXT. NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE - DAY

EXT. HIGHWAY TO SUBURBS - DAY

EXT. SUBURBAN HOME - DAY

INT. SUBURBAN HOME - CLOSET - DAY

DANNY MESSER

This, this is, uh, quite the closet.

This is bigger than most living rooms

in the Bronx.

AMBER STANTON

Detective Taylor better have crossed

his Ts and dotted his Is when he

applied for this search warrant. My

lawyer’s going to have a field day.

LINDSAY MONROE

Not before we do.

MUSIC IN

[DANNY FINDS A SHOEBOX]

[FLASHBACK]

[BACK TO SCENE]

DANNY MESSER

Where are the shoes that were in this

box?

AMBER STANTON

They’re gone. I threw them away.

LINDSAY MONROE

You threw away a pair of $400 shoes?

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 37

AMBER STANTON

Is that against the law? Why do you

bother? Mitchell Bentley was a piece

of garbage.

LINDSAY MONROE

You just don’t get it, do you? It

doesn’t matter who the victim is. It’s

the killer we’re after.

MUSIC OUTEND OF ACT THREE

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 38ACT FOUR

EXT. OFFICE BUILDING - DAY

MUSIC IN

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - TRACE LAB - DAY

[DANNY PROCESSES THE SHOE BOX. HE

FINDS A SMALL PIECE OF WRAPPING PAPER

TAPED TO THE SIDE. LINDSAY TAKES HAIR

SAMPLES FROM A HAIR BRUSH, PROCESSES

THEM. DANNY FINDS A FINGERPRINT ON THE

WRAPPING PAPER TAPE.]

INT. NEW YORK CRIME LAB - A/V LAB - DAY

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

There’s only one food poisoning

outbreak that matches the bacteria

[MUSIC OUT] you discovered in the vic’s

stomach contents. It came from

Kalergios Grill in Midtown. I ran

checks on the names that the Health

Department sent over. A guy named

Steve Kaplan showed up in E.R. at St.

Vinnie’s with a severe case of food

poisoning. Kaplan just made a big

scene at the E.R. Demanded

prescription painkillers.

STELLA BONASERA

For food poisoning? Must have been

more than just a bad stomach.

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

And get this. Kaplan was acquitted of

the 2004 murder of a model.

DR. SHELDON HAWKES

Kaplan was Joanna Morgan’s target.

[FLASHBACK]

DR. SHELDON HAWKES (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

He’s the missing--

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 39

[BACK TO SCENE]

DR. SHELDON HAWKES (CONTINUED)

--piece. He fits the profile.

STELLA BONASERA

The man who got away with murder.

INT. NYPD - BULLPEN - DAY

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

We need your signature, Mr. Kaplan.

STEVE KAPLAN

So are you, you were the one who pulled

me out of bed to come down here? Not

bad.

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

We appreciate you coming down under the

circumstances.

STEVE KAPLAN

Well, hey, if this paper here is gonna

help me in my lawsuit against those

bastards who, uh, poisoned me, where do

I sign?

DANNY MESSER

That’s just an affidavit saying that

you are, became ill after dining at

Kalergios Grill. It says here on your

rap sheet you’re right-handed, Steve.

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

Having some shoulder trouble?

DANNY MESSER

Whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa-whoa-whoa. Ah,

don’t think about it. Don’t think

about it.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 40

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

Oh, what do we have here? I’m sorry.

Did I hurt you? [MUSIC IN]

Painkillers aren’t prescribed for food

poisoning.

STEVE KAPLAN

You know something, I like her.

DANNY MESSER

Yeah? Yeah, you like her, huh? You

like her as much as you liked Joanna

Morgan?

STEVE KAPLAN

Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a second.

[FLASHBACK]

STEVE KAPLAN (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

She pulled a gun on me, buddy.

[BACK TO SCENE]

STEVE KAPLAN (CONTINUED)

She tried to kill me. That’s selfdefense.

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

How did you know her?

STEVE KAPLAN

I met her on the Internet. She, uh,

she couldn’t get enough of me.

[LAUGHS] And then when I, uh, I saw

her picture I, uh, you know, I had to

have her.

DANNY MESSER

Pay attention here, lover boy, all

right? How’d you end up at the museum?

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 41

STEVE KAPLAN

She said she liked to have sex in

dangerous places. [LAUGHS] And we,

uh, made it to the top of the museum

steps and, uh, she started to shake

real bad. Then she turns around and

she’s got a gun in her hand. She

hesitates. We struggled. The gun went

off. Hey. That’s not what I had in

mind for the evening. But like I said

before, self-defense.

DANNY MESSER

If it was self-defense, why’d you run

away, and not call the police?

STEVE KAPLAN

Man, who’s gonna believe a guy who just

beat a murder rap?

DETECTIVE JESSICA ANGELL

You’re gonna be charged with murder,

Mr. Kaplan. It’ll be up to your

attorneys to raise the claim of selfdefense.

STEVE KAPLAN

[LAUGHS] Well, well, well, well. You

guys do your job, if my lawyer’s on the

ball, you’ll be testifying in my

defense.

DANNY MESSER

I gotta tell you, I really hope your

lawyer does drop the ball. [TO COP]

Hey. Do me a favor? Get this moron

out of my face.

EXT. STREETS - DAY

INT. NYPD - INTERROGATION ROOM - DAY

MUSIC OUT

MUSIC IN

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 42

MAC TAYLOR

This was stuck to the bandage you put

on the bottom of your new shoes.

[FLASHBACK]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

It’s a chad that came from a Long

Island railroad ticket.

[BACK TO SCENE]

AMBER STANTON

If I’m being charged with taking a

railroad, I confess.

MAC TAYLOR

Commuters are creatures of habit.

They, they sit in the same car, even

the same seat. They see the same faces

every day. Relationships form that can

last years, never leave the train.

That’s where you met Joanna Morgan.

[FLASHBACK]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

On the train.

[BACK TO SCENE]

DANNY MESSER

You became close friends. So close, in

fact, you even exchanged gifts. So it

must have really hurt to have to throw

away those shoes ‘cause they were a

gift from Joanna. See I found--

[FLASHBACK]

DANNY MESSER (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--a piece of wrapping paper and her

prints all over the box.

[BACK TO SCENE]

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 43

MAC TAYLOR

She was just like you, wasn’t she?

Beautiful. Smart and happy on the

outside, and scarred and angry on the

inside. You both shared the pain of

being victims.

DANNY MESSER

The two of you were gonna avenge other

victims who you felt that were wronged

by the criminal justice system.

MAC TAYLOR

Joanna Morgan intended to kill Steve

Kaplan and leave his body--

[FLASHBACK]

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--on the steps of the museum for Matt

Fella to find.

[BACK TO SCENE]

MAC TAYLOR (CONTINUED)

Because Steve Kaplan killed Matt

Fella’s fiancée and got away with it.

INT. NYPD - INTERVIEW - DAY

STELLA BONASERA

And Amber Stanton left Mitchell

Bentley’s body for you to see.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

She knew you worked a double at the

hospital on Thursday nights. She also

knew you cut through the park.

FERN LASLOW

Mitchell Bentley stole a piece of my

soul when he attacked me.

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 44

[FLASHBACK]

FERN LASLOW (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

Cutting through the park was my telling

him that he wasn’t going to steal

anything else. And I was scared. I

would hold my keys right between my

fingers.

[BACK TO SCENE]

STELLA BONASERA

Very brave.

FERN LASLOW

Why would Amber Stanton kill Bentley

for me?

STELLA BONASERA

I would suspect she did it more for

herself.

DETECTIVE DON FLACK

Your case was well-publicized.

Bentley’s acquittal made a lot of

people very angry.

STELLA BONASERA

She didn’t count on the fact that your

instincts--

[FLASHBACK]

STELLA BONASERA (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--as a nurse would lead to

circumstances that would actually

incriminate you.

[BACK TO SCENE]

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 45

INT. NYPD - INTERROGATION - DAY

DANNY MESSER

You don’t have to say anything, Amber.

That’s your right. But we have the

evidence. We matched hairs from your

brush to the DNA that was on the knife

that killed Mitchell Bentley. So

you’re going to prison.

AMBER STANTON

We became instant friends--

[FLASHBACK]

AMBER STANTON (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--Joanna and I. I started saving a

seat for her.

JOANNA MORGAN

Excuse me.

AMBER STANTON (V.O.)

As time went on, our conversations grew

more intimate. She confided in me

about being raped. I confided in her.

[BACK TO SCENE]

AMBER STANTON (CONTINUED)

She was wonderful. Driven, smart. She

fit perfectly into my life. A 45-

minute-a-day friendship. Neither of us

had the time for it to be anything

more.

MAC TAYLOR

When did the two of you decide to

become judge, jury and executioner?

AMBER STANTON

Whenever I see a useless piece of human

trash walk away without consequence I

feel violated again. Bentley was--

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 46

[FLASHBACK]

AMBER STANTON (V.O.) (CONTINUED)

--smiling. Kaplan was going about his

life as if--

[BACK TO SCENE]

AMBER STANTON (CONTINUED)

--nothing had happened.

MAC TAYLOR

So you became a predator, a killer.

AMBER STANTON

I think of myself as an arbiter of

justice.

DANNY MESSER

Stand up.

MAC TAYLOR

Killing out of vengeance is not

justice, Ms. Stanton. Justice is

conscience. And when you lose that,

you have nothing.

[AMBER SMILES]

INT. NYPD - HALLWAY - DAY

[STELLA AND FERN WALK DOWN THE HALL,

TOWARD DANNY AND AMBER. FERN AND AMBER

PASS, THEIR EYES MEET.]

TO BLACK

MUSIC OUT

SHOW TITLE

FADE OUT

THEME MUSIC IN

CLOSING CREDITS

CSI: NEW YORK - “Commuted Sentences” - Eps. #407 - Page 47

MUSIC OUT

MAC TAYLOR (V.O.)

Stay tuned for scenes from our next

episode.

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