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#206 : Faux coupable

Grissom et son équipe enquêtent sur un meutrier présumé pris en flagrant délit, soupconné d'enterrer ses victimes. L'enquête semble aisée étant donné le nombre d'indices retrouvés. Cependant, cette simplicité éveille un doute chez Grissom surtout lorsque l'équipe découvre que le suspect enterrant les victimes n'est autre que le frère d'un criminel reconnu coupable. Pendant ce temps, Catherine et Warrick doivent déterminer si une femme retrouvée morte dans un hôtel d'une station thermale, est décédée suite à des négligences, à un jeu déloyal ou de causes naturelles. 

Titre VO
Alter Boys

Titre VF
Faux coupable

Première diffusion
01.11.2001

Première diffusion en France
24.03.2002

Plus de détails

Écrit par : Ann Donahue
Réalisé par : Danny Cannon

Avec : Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders), Robert David Hall (Docteur Al Robbins), Skip O'Brien (Sergent Ray O'Riley), Gerald McCullouch (Bobby Dawson), David Berman (Docteur David Phillips), Wallace Langham (David Hodges) 

Guests :

  • Dylan Baker ..... Père Powell 
  • Corbin Allred ..... Benjamin Jennings 
  • Jeremy Kenner ..... Roger Jennings 
  • Sasha Alexander ..... Robin Childs 
  • Wayne Wilderson ..... Edwin 
  • Lindsay Price ..... Madame Marita 
  • Jeremy Renner ..... Robert Jennings 
  • Nicole DeHuff ..... Tina Kolas 

Vue sur Vegas

Dans le désert, un policier voit un homme enterrer un corps. Il l'attrape et l'arrête. Les experts arrivent. L'homme en train d'enterrer le corps est Benjamin Jennings. Il ne veut pas parler. Grissom et Nick inspectent le corps et voient qu'il a été tué ailleurs. Sara arrive. Ils inspectent Benjamin, relèvent ses empreintes de pas et prélèvent des fibres rouges sur lui.

Catherine et Warrick enquêtent à l'hôtel Mediterranean. Shelley Danvers a été retrouvée morte dans les vestiaires du sauna. Warrick interroge l'employée qui a trouvé le corps, qui certifie ne rien avoir touché. Mais Catherine remarque que le nœud de son peignoir a été fait de l'extérieur. L'employé avoue avoir mis le peignoir pour la couvrir.

Sara relève de la farine sur Oliver Dun, le corps enterré par Ben et analyse ce qu'il a sous les ongles. Elle relève aussi des fibres jaunes dans sa plaie.

A l'hôtel, on apprend que Shelley voulait utiliser le jacuzzi mais ne l'aurait pas fait.

Oliver n'a pas été tué par une balle de 38 mm mais par asphyxie, bien qu'il ait une plaie par balle. La farine retrouvée est utilisée dans les pizzerias, et il y a des traces d'origan.

Ben a un 38 mm mais il la perdu. Il travaille dans une pizzeria, mais il livre seulement, ce qui explique la farine sur ses mains. Grissom s'énerve et ben répond par un lapsus qui laisse entendre qu'il y a plusieurs cadavres.

Les experts cherchent les corps et en trouvent un pour commencer. Ils vont donc passer toute la colline au radar.

A la morgue, Doc Robbins explique à Catherine qu'uncun fluide n'est dans les poumons de la victime. Elle n'est donc pas morte noyée. Mais elle a des plaques rouges sur tout le corps, comme pour un coup de chaleur. Catherine veut une commission rogatoire pour l'hôtel et interroger la meilleure amie deShelley, qui était avec elle à l'hôtel.

La police creuse dans le désert. Grissom reçoit la visite d'un prêtre qui vient parler à Ben, ce à quoiGrissom répond que c'est normal, car les criminels se tournent vers la religion onze heures après leur arrestation, quand ils comprennent la gravité de leurs actes. Les policiers nettoient les corps trouvés et voient qu'ils ne sont pas tous morts de la même façon et qu'il n'y a pas un profil de victime. Pendant ce temps, la voiture d'Oliver a été retrouvée à une station service.

Warrick inspecte la chambre de Shelley et son amie Tina. Catherine l'interroge et elle dit que Shelley a été au sauna. Warrick trouve une chemise déchirée. Tina leur dit qu'elles se sont disputées à ce sujet, et qu'elles ont rit une fois la chemise déchirée. Warrick prend un carnet de notes près du téléphone.

A la station service, personne n'a été témoin du meurtre. Un employé dit avoir vu deux voitures ce soir là et du sang par terre, mais qu'il a nettoyé car cela lui faisait peur.

Le prêtre rend à nouveau visite à Grissom au labo, pendant que celui-ci analyse la voiture de Ben. Il essaye de le défendre mais Grissom trouve des preuves accablantes : les sièges sont couverts de sang. Il le prélève pour le donner à analyser. Le prêtre conclut en disant que Ben est influençable.

Encore à l'hôtel, Warrick et Catherine éclairent le carnet de notes à la lampe de poche et voient un message inscrit : Shelley avait rendez-vous au sauna. Elle y a sûrement eu un coup de chaleur car le sauna était trop chaud. Normalement, les employés doivent vérifier la température mais la veille, personne n'est passé après 19h30. Shelley est donc morte par négligence dans le sauna. C'est l'employée qui a déplacé le corps dans les vestiaires.

Nick et Sara exposent leurs preuves à Grissom : même s'il n'y avait pas de sang à la station service, toutes les victimes sont mortes avec la même arme, un 38. L'arme est au nom de Ben. Ben va à la station service et transporte les corps, ce qui explique le transfert de fibres de sa voiture sur les corps des victimes. Grissom leur dit qu'ils prouvent l'inhumation, mais pas le meurtre.

Warrick et Catherine veulent rentrer chez eux mais Brass leur dit que Tina a passé sa journée à jouer aux machines à sous et qu'il a appris que les deux amies se disputaient aussi un homme. Ils décident de la réinterroger.

Grissom, tracassé, enquête sur Ben. Il n'a pas de casier. En revanche, son frère Roger en a un. Grissomva voir Ben et lui demande de parler de son frère. Il sait qu'il n'a fait qu'enterrer les corps.
Il va voir Roger, qui travaille dans la même pizzeria que son frère. Il nie les faits et accuse Ben, qui lui aurait confessé les meurtres.

Sara et Nick inspectent la caravane de Roger et trouvent un jean revenant du pressing. Il y a une tâche dessus, qui pourrait être du sang ou de la sauce.
Sara
l'analyse et prouve que c'est du sang. Pendant ce temps, Nick trouve une arme, un 38, que l'on a tenté de brûler dans un bidon dehors. Roger est donc arrêté.

Au labo, Grissom teste l'arme qui s'enraye. Greg analyse le sang trouvé sur le jean et ne trouve rien, le pressing ayant détruit tous les marqueurs ADN.
Bobby compare les rayures des balles tirées par Grissom aux balles retrouvées sur les victimes. Les rayures ne sont pas les mêmes, Roger a dû rayer le canon avec une tige en métal.
Roger est donc relâché, aucune preuve ne pouvant être trouvée contre lui.

A l'hôtel, Catherine et Warrick parlent à Tina et lui disent que le sauna n'a pas tué Shelley. Elle a eu un coup de chaleur qui a masqué la réelle cause la mort : un choc anaphylactique. Elle était allergique aux crustacés et Tina le savait. Dans la facture pour leur chambre, on voit la commande d'une assiette océane, contenant des crustacés. C'est Tina qui a passé la commande.
Tina avoue qu'elle a vu Shelley prendre rendez-vous par téléphone avec l'homme qu'elles convoitaient toutes les deux au bar. Jalouse, Tina a voulu empêcher ce rendez-vous et voulu que Shelley ait une crise, pas qu'elle meure. Malheureusement, Shelley a eu sa crise dans le sauna, ce qui a précipité sa mort.Tina est arrêtée.

Grissom essaye de négocier avec le procureur pour que Ben soit relâché. L'adjointe lui dit que Roger a amené l'arme du crime, la cravate de la victime en disant que Ben lui avait demandé de la cacher. L'ADN des deux hommes est donc sur la cravate, semant le doute.
Ben dit qu'il a juste aidé son frère à enterrer les corps, mais il n'y a pas de preuves contre Roger. Ben est donc condamné. Grissom discute une nouvelle fois avec le prêtre et ils réfléchissent à leur fonction respective.
De retour au poste de police, toute l'équipe est alerté par des cris : Ben vient de se suicider dans sa cellule. 

Fait par Wella

COLD OPEN

[EXT. LAS VEGAS CITY (STOCK) --NIGHT]

[EXT. LAS VEGAS DESERT (STOCK) -- NIGHT]

[EXT. SUV ON ROAD - NIGHT]

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SCENE #01:

[INT. SUV -- NIGHT]

(A PARK RANGER driving along the road route and notices a car parked on the side
of the road.  He stops the car to check it out.  Garbled radio transmissions can
be heard in the background.)

(He gets out of the car and puts on his park ranger hat.  The officer walks to
the edge of the road, slips and rolls down the hill.  When he comes to a stop,
he lands next to a dead body.  In the shadow of the bright light, there's a man
holding a shovel, digging a hole - caught in the act trying to bury the body.)

(Frozen for a moment, the man springs into action.  He throws the shovel aside
and tries to run, the officer stops him.)

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  No! No!

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SCENE #02:

(GRISSOM and NICK make their way down the ledge to the crime scene.  There are
five police vehicles there and a swarm of officers near the crime scene looking
for further evidence on the grounds.  Kneeling next to the body is a Technician
with a clipboard.  SGT. O'RILEY meets up with GRISSOM and NICK.)

GRISSOM:  Call said one dead body.

SGT. O'RILEY:  Caught him red-handed.  Ben Jennings.

(Off to the side, BENJAMIN JENNINGS stands hands cuffed behind his back with
three officers standing watch over him.  NICK and GRISSOM approach the men.)

NICK:  Nick Stokes, Gil Grissom, Las Vegas Crime Lab.  You want to tell us
what's going on?  What happened here?

(BENJAMIN JENNINGS doesn't respond.)

GRISSOM:  You have anything to say? 

(He still doesn't respond.) 

GRISSOM:  You don't have to talk to us.

(GRISSOM shines the light of his flashlight on the dead body.)

GRISSOM:  He'll talk to us.

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ROLL TITLE CREDITS.

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SCENE #03:

[EXT. LAS VEGAS DESERT -- NIGHT]

(Camera opens on the body.  GRISSOM and NICK are crouched low examining the
body.  Garbled radio transmissions can be heard in the background.)

NICK:  See that lividity?  Blood settled at the time of death.

GRISSOM:  Body's been moved from the murder scene.  Impound his car.

(SARA shows up.)

SARA:  Sorry, guys. I lost you at the fork.

NICK:  My bad, Sara.

(GRISSOM looks up at BENJAMIN JENNINGS.)

GRISSOM:  Let's process this guy shall we?  Officer, would you uncuff him,
please?!

(The officer uncuffs BENJAMIN JENNINGS.)

(GRISSOM takes out a black light and begins examining him from the back.  NICK
puts his CSI kit down.)

NICK:  Okay, make like a scarecrow for me, partner. 

(BENJAMIN JENNINGS doesn't move.  NICK spreads his arms out to show him what he
means.  BENJAMIN JENNINGS copies him.)

NICK:  Arms out, away from your body.  That's it.  Stay just like that.

(SARA crouches low on the ground to collect his shoe prints.)

SARA:  Give me your right foot.  Other right.  Put it down.  Lift it up.

(NICK checks out the front and begins collecting.  GRISSOM finds something on
his back.)

GRISSOM:  Hold still. 

(He finds a single strand of hair and holds it up.)

GRISSOM:  Possible secondary transfer ...

NICK:  Got some red fibers.

SARA:  Other foot.  Lift it up.  Put it down.

(GRISSOM examines BENJAMIN JENNINGS' arms.)

GRISSOM:  No defensive wounds.  No hematomas.

NICK:  Victim didn't fight back.  Probably didn't see it coming.

GRISSOM:  Matthew ... tag that body for special processing, VIP room.  Don't
wash it till I get there, and don't touch his fingernails.

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[EXT. LAS VEGAS CITY (STOCK) - NIGHT]



SCENE #04:

[EXT. MEDITERRANEAN HOTEL AND CASINO -- NIGHT]

(WARRICK'S SUV stops outside the hotel.  CATHERINE is holding a piece of paper
and reading as she and WARRICK enter the hotel.)

CATHERINE:  "D.B. ... Mediterranean Casino ... Women's Spa."

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[INT. MEDITERRANEAN HOTEL AND CASINO - LOCKER ROOM -- NIGHT] 

(BRASS is already there when WARRICK and CATHERINE enter the locker room area. 
BRASS meets them and they all start walking to the body.)

BRASS:  Body is Shelley Danvers.  DOB: 10/10/81.  Employee walked in to get
towels ...

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BRASS:  ... found her here.

[Clips of the crime scene from various perspectives flash in quick pulses. 
Flash to white:
*  Red spot on right thigh.  Flash to white.
*  Magazine open on the floor.  Flash to white.
*  View of victim on the locker bench.  Flash to white.]

CATHERINE:  A young woman, healthy, just reading a magazine and all of a sudden
she DFO'S?

BRASS:  Done fell out.  That's what the night manager says.

(WARRICK turns his head and sees the Night Manager talking with an officer.)

WARRICK:  Miss?

(WARRICK approaches the Night Manager.)

KIM MARITA:  (to officer)  Excuse me.

WARRICK:  We're from the Crime Lab.  You found the deceased?

KIM MARITA:  Yes, I was, um ... just getting some towels and I walked in and she
was there.

(CATHERINE looks at the body and notices the knot on the robe on the deceased.)

CATHERINE:  Hey, Brass ... you touch this body?

BRASS:  Yeah, I was born yesterday.

CATHERINE:  Well, it looks as if the sash may have been tied by somebody else.

CATHERINE:  Miss ... you know anything about redressing the body?

KIM MARITA:  Well, she was naked.  I-I-I thought she should be covered

CATHERINE:  Did you move the body here, too?

KIM MARITA:  Guests were looking in.  I put a robe on her.  It's not like it's a
crime or anything.

CATHERINE:  Actually, it is.

WARRICK:  Makes us doubt the circumstances surrounding the victim's death.

(Camera holds on KIM MARITA'S concerned look.)

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SCENE #05:

[INT. CSI - VIP ROOM]

(SARA scrapes off something from the dead body's forehead.)

SARA:  Flour, maybe?

GRISSOM:  But what kind?  All-purpose?  Self-rising?  Pastry?

SARA:  Trace will probably have a better idea.  I'll get DNA to see if there's
bits of Ben under the fingernails.

GRISSOM:  What about the neck?  Any fibers in the wound?

SARA:  You told me to wait for you.

GRISSOM:  Well, that hasn't stopped you yet.

SARA:  I did observe some fibers in the wound.  I didn't collect them, though.

GRISSOM:  Be my guest.

(SARA picks up the fibers from the dead body's neck.  Camera close up on the
fibers.)

SARA:  Yellow.  Not cotton; satin, maybe.

(GRISSOM straightens and looks down at the body.  He notices something.)

GRISSOM:  Dress shirt ... but no tie.

SARA:  Strangled with his own tie?

GRISSOM:  Find me on the flour.

(GRISSOM leaves.)

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SCENE #06:

[INT. MEDITERRANEAN HOTEL AND CASINO - RECEPTIONIST AREA]

(A red-bordered bar scrolls down the spa's appointment list of names on the
computer for that night.)

[LIST OF NAMES:
APPOINTMENT            CLIENT]
06:10 pm            Kimberly Fram
06:20 pm            Natalie Elam
06:25 pm            Mina Valdez
06:40 pm            Charlotte Meridian
06:45 pm            Jessica Long
07:15 pm            Patsy Cambra
07:20 pm            Arabella Perrin
07:30 pm            Lea Anderson
07:45 pm            Richna Jason
07:50 pm            LillyMae Westerbrook
08:00 pm            Shelley Danvers
08:20 pm            Tami Payburn
08:20 pm            Genisa Tamburiane
08:40 pm            Maria Reyes

WARRICK:  "Shelley Danvers" -- appointment 8:00.

CATHERINE:  Ms. Marita, did the deceased use the jacuzzi facilities this
evening?

KIM MARITA:  Not that I remember, no.  (A gurney clangs as the coroner's office
removes the body.)  What? You don't believe me?

WARRICK:  Well, you lied to us before.

CATHERINE:  It's, uh, not uncommon to drown in a jacuzzi. Hair gets caught in
the whirl a person gets dragged under.  The hotel wouldn't be considered unsafe.

KIM MARITA:  Well, that didn't happen here.  She did not drown on these
premises.

WARRICK:  Well, if she did, the coroner would find water in her lungs but it'd
be worse hearing it from him than from you.

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SCENE #07:

[INT. CSI - FORENSIC AUTOPSY]

ROBBINS:  Oliver Dunne.  Corporate lawyer.  Father of two.

GRISSOM:  You get all that from his ... uh ... dentals?

ROBBINS:  His wife-- widow.  She came down to I.D. His property.

GRISSOM:  .380s?

ROBBINS:  Last one I recovered entered through his abdominals ...

(CGI POV flash to white as the bullet penetrates an x-ray black & white
replication of the body.  Resume to present.  Camera on GRISSOM.)

ROBBINS:  (v.o.) ... pierced the liver, lodged in the oblique.

GRISSOM:  That's not what killed him, is it?  We pulled a yellow fiber out of
the neck wound.  I think it's from his tie.

ROBBINS:  You might be right.  He died of asphyxiation.  Tie probably closed the
windpipe. 

(White flash to CGI POV as an x-ray bluish-white replication of a hand grasping
a neck.  Sounds of a person choking.  Camera moves up the body through the
mouth, down the throat, through the windpipe, into the lungs to a magnification
of red and black colored air sacs.  End of CGI POV.  Resume on ROBBINS.)

ROBBINS:  Without oxygen, the alveoli  capillaries wither and dry up.  Whole
pulmonary system shut down.  What you may have here is the smallest sliver of
the murder weapon.

GRISSOM:  Why would a guy shoot a man three times and then strangle him with his
own tie?

(SARA enters holding the file folder with the results of the flour test.)

SARA:  I cannot tell you why, but I might be able to tell you where.  A pizza
shop.  The flour on Oliver Dunne has a low gluten content -- seven percent
protein -- it's typical of flour used to make cakes, pizzas, that kind of thing.

GRISSOM:  So, why did you rule out bakeries?

SARA:  Well, the subtype of flour is another subtype -- double zero.  It's a
very fine flour used only in pizza-baking ovens.  Oh, and trace picked up some
oregano in the sample.  When are you set to interview Ben?

(Camera holds on GRISSOM.)

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SCENE #08:

[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT - INTERROGATION ROOM]

BRASS:  You're the registered owner of a Lorcin .380.  Takes the same caliber
bullet as the slugs we took out of the victim.  So, I'm going to ask you one
more time.  Where's your gun?

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  I lost it.

BRASS:  Do you think we believe that?  Do you think ...

GRISSOM:  Are you employed, Ben?

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Yeah... yeah, um ... it's a place called Dante's Pizzeria. 
It's behind the Strato'.

GRISSOM:  You make pizzas?

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Well, I deliver the pizzas.  It's too hot back there with
all the ovens and stuff.

GRISSOM:  Do you, uh ... ever come into contact with the baking flour at
Dante's?

BENJAMINE JENNINGS:  Mostly pizza boxes.  Why?

GRISSOM:  Well, 'cause we found flour on the victim and it's the kind that's
used to make pizza.  Can you explain that?

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  No.

GRISSOM:  Ben, why don't you earn yourself some points by telling me what the
science is going to tell me anyway?

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Well, I don't have to talk.

GRISSOM:  No ... but we're going to figure it out.

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Look, if you know so much about these murders what do you
need me for?

GRISSOM:  Murders?  There are more bodies?

(Camera holds on BENJAMIN JENNINGS.)

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SCENE #09:

[EXT. LAS VEGAS DESERT -- NIGHT]

(GRISSOM, NICK, SARA and a group of other officers start sweeping the area where
OLIVER DUNNE'S body was found.  NICK is pushing a GeoRadar Inc. machine.  SARA
walks next to him holding a laptop that shows the various items being scanned by
the machine.  As it approaches various items, the laptop beeps.)

NICK:  I feel like I'm mowing a lawn.

SARA:  What is that?  A beer can?  Soda can?

NICK:  Zilch.

SARA:  Zilch.

NICK:  Don't tell me, more zilch?

(On SARA'S laptop, the figure of a hand appears.)

SARA:  Whoa... whoa.  Point of disturbance.

GRISSOM:  Hold up.

(More arm and body appears on the radar's screen.)

GRISSOM:  Isolate it.

(Finally, we definitely see the shape of a person's head.  They've definitely
found a body.)

SARA:  Grissom ...

(GRISSOM turns around to look at BENJAMIN JENNINGS standing off in the distance
with SGT. O'RILEY and three officers.  His face is grim.  He makes his way back
to BENJAMIN JENNINGS and stops behind him.)

GRISSOM:  Any more bodies you want to tell me about?

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  (shakes head)  No.

GRISSOM:  We're going to radar this whole hillside.

(BENJAMIN JENNINGS nods his head.)

GRISSOM:  (softly)  Sometimes ... when I leave a crime scene where I've been
particularly involved with a dead body, I sit in my car and it hits me -- how
close I was ... how heavy the body is ... the texture of the body ... how it
feels... you know?

(GRISSOM leaves to go back to the site and stops when BENJAMIN JENNINGS speaks.)

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Mr. Grissom ... I'm not a bad person.

(GRISSOM turns around.)

GRISSOM:  You're not a bad person?

(BENJAMIN JENNINGS shakes his head.)

GRISSOM:  Then, what are you?

(GRISSOM turns and walks away.)

FADE TO BLACK.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)



SCENE #10:

[INT. CSI -- HALLWAY]

(CATHERINE enters and sees DAVID PHILLIPS pushing a gurney toward her down the
hallway.)

CATHERINE:  Oh, I hope that's Shelley Danvers the woman from the hotel spa.

DAVID PHILLIPS:  Yep, she's next.

CATHERINE:  Well, it's about time.  You guys finished with day-shift runover,
huh?

(DAVID pushes the gurney into the Forensic Autopsy Room.  CATHERINE follows him
into the room.)

DAVID PHILLIPS:  I hate it when you CSI guys get territorial.

[INT. CSI - FORENSIC AUTOPSY - DAY -- CONTINUOUS]

CATHERINE:  Yeah, well, the victims' families hate it when we don't.

ROBBINS:  I'll take it from here, David.

CATHERINE:  Good morning.

ROBBINS:  Catherine.

(ROBBINS lifts up the sheet covering SHELLEY DANVERS.)

ROBBINS:  No serosanguineous fluid expunged from the mouth or nose.

CATHERINE:  She didn't drown?

ROBBINS:  Rules out your jacuzzi theory.

CATHERINE:  Anything probative?

ROBBINS:  Bright red lividity extending down the body.

CATHERINE:  From?

ROBBINS:  Well, heatstroke possibly.  Stroke could cause multiple organ failure
and if I'm right ...

CATHERINE:   ... cover-up. 

(CATHERINE walks out of the room.)

ROBBINS:  Hey, I still have to do the post. Catherine?

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[INT. CSI - HALLWAY JUST OUTSIDE FORENSIC AUTOPSY - MORNING -- CONTINUOUS]

(CATHERINE pulls out her cell phone and dials.)

CATHERINE:  Brass, I need you to get records from that hotel spa -- a warrant,
if we need it.  Yep, that's right.  Bye.

(She hangs up just as WARRICK walks to meet her.  He turns around when he
catches up with CATHERINE.)

WARRICK:  Oh, it's on.

CATHERINE:  Yeah. Was our girl staying with anyone at that hotel?

WARRICK:  Uh, yeah.  Tina ... Tina Kolas.  Best friends from Terre Haute,
Indiana.  Flew here in a package. Why?

CATHERINE:  We need someone to give us the truth about last night.

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SCENE #11:

[EXT.  LAS VEGAS DESERT -- MORNING]

(The body is being excavated from the site.  NICK is inside the hole with the
body and is using a shovel to remove the dirt.  GRISSOM stands up above with
SARA and other Foresnic personnel.  SARA is sifting the dirt around the site
looking for evidence.  Behind them, FATHER POWELL approaches.)

FATHER POWELL:  Gil Grissom?

GRISSOM:  Father?

FATHER POWELL:  Benjamin's a member of my parish.  The officer won't let me talk
to him.  He said you were in charge.

GRISSOM:  Of this crime scene.

FATHER POWELL:  He needs spiritual guidance.

(GRISSOM glances over at BENJAMIN JENNINGS in handcuffs standing by the police
cars with two officers. He glances back down at the dead body and looks back up
at FATHER POWELL.)

GRISSOM:  Yeah, I imagine he does.

FATHER POWELL:  Ah ... then you'd have no problem with my talking to him.

GRISSOM:  It's the 11th hour.  I wouldn't expect anything less.

FATHER POWELL:  Eleventh hour?

GRISSOM:  When the reality of their actions set in, they usually turn to
religion.

FATHER POWELL:  Can you think of a better time?

(GRISSOM watches as FATHER POWELL walks away to talk with BENJAMIN JENNINGS. 
GRISSOM turns around and looks at NICK'S progress.)

GRISSOM:  Okay, hold it.  That's enough.  Let's dust him.

(NICK puts the shovel aside.  SARA puts her stuff aside and grabs the camera. 
She begins to photograph the body.)

NICK:  No ligature marks.

SARA:  Different from the first guy.

GRISSOM:  See if this laceration on this guy's forehead is consistent with the
kid's shovel.

NICK:  Hey ... I feel a wallet here.

(NICK pulls out the wallet from the dead body's front pocket and under some
folded cash, removes a NEVADA DRIVER LICENSE with the following information:  )

(on left)  180063222900
(numbers on right over photo id)  050492
R360021

RAMIREZ, KENNY
2672 W. 6TH STREET
LAS VEGAS, NV  89109

(class)  C
(endorse) blank
(???)  A
(sex) M
(height) 5-09
(weight) 180
(hair) BRN
(eyes) BRN
(dob) 10/30/76
(expiration date) 10/30/02

NICK:  Ramirez Kenny.  A 25-year-old Latino and a 42-year-old white guy?

SARA:  Strangers.  Doesn't make sense.  There's no connection.

GRISSOM:  Well, it obviously wasn't a robbery.

(SGT. O'RILEY approaches.)

SGT. O'RILEY:  Hey.

NICK:  Hey, O'Riley.  What's the matter, man?  A/C not working?

SGT. O'RILEY:  I was on with dispatch.  Oliver Dunne's car was just found by the
highway patrol abandoned at an Avcon station off 215.

GRISSOM:  They didn't happen to find another car there, did they?

SGT. O'RILEY:  Yeah.  Registered to a "Ramirez."

NICK:  Yeah ... gas station.

(SARA helps NICK out of the ditch, then puts her camera down.  They're off to
the gas station.  GRISSOM bends in low to look at the body.)

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[EXT. LAS VEGAS CITY (STOCK) - DAY]



SCENE #12:

[INT. MEDITERRANEAN HOTEL]

CATHERINE:  And you can verify that when Shelley went to the hotel spa last
night, she was going to use the dry sauna?

TINA KOLAS:  We'd been drinking apple martinis for, like, three days straight. 
Shelley said the sauna would detox her you know, clean her out.

WARRICK:  Cath.  Whose shirt is this?

(WARRICK holds up a pink-colored blouse ripped in the middle.)

TINA KOLAS:  Mine. Shelley and I got in a fight over it.

WARRICK:  When?

TINA KOLAS:  Yesterday.  I caught her trying it on and I said "give it back,"
and then we started fighting over it, you know, tug of war and the whole thing
ripped right in two.  We fell back laughing.

(Quick flashback to the two girls tugging on the shirt.  The shirt ripping, and
the two girls laughing.  End of flashback.  Resume on TINA KOLAS.)

TINA KOLAS:  I'd give anything to have her back.

WARRICK:  We're going to take this shirt, if you don't mind.

TINA KOLAS:  No, go ahead, if it'll help.

CATHERINE:  You said you have proof that Shelley used the dry sauna.

TINA KOLAS:  She called down from this phone.  Do they tape phone calls here?

CATHERINE:  Hotel surveillance would love that.  You're sure she used that phone
to make the appointment?

TINA KOLAS:  Yeah.

(CATHERINE picks up the note pad on the desk next to the phone.  She hands it to
WARRICK.  It's a blank typical complimentary hotel  note pad with light blue
logo, name and address of the hotel on it.)

[MEDITERRANEAN HOTEL & CASINO
436 PYRAMID WAY, LAS VEGAS NV (89108) and (702)555-.... ]

WARRICK:  We're going to take this as well.

TINA KOLAS:  Okay... but it doesn't have anything on it.

WARRICK:  Well, that's okay.  We do magic.

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SCENE #13:

[EXT. AVCON GAS STATION OFF 215 -- DAY]

SARA:  Two men were shot and killed and you didn't see anything?

KIRK (AVCON ATTENDANT):  Sorry.

NICK:  You don't just miss something like that.  What was going on?

KIRK:  A friend of mine came with his new car.  We took it for a drive.  I'm
afraid my boss will find out.  I was only gone five minutes.

NICK:  Okay, all right.  Just-just walk us through it.  When did you know
there'd been a crime committed?

KIRK:  Well, my buddy dropped me back here and I noticed these two cars.  I went
to check them out.

(Quick flashback to KIRK walking toward the two cars near the gas pump island. 
Both driver side doors are open.  He reaches the first car and shuts the
driver's door close.  He looks around and doesn't see anyone.  He does, however,
notice a puddle of blood on the ground.)

KIRK:  Oh, my god.

(End of flashback.  Resume present.)

NICK:  I don't see any blood.

KIRK:  Yeah, I hosed it down.

SARA:  You what?

KIRK:  It was freakin' me out.

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SCENE #14:

[INT. CSI - GARAGE -- DAY]

(Through the plastic sheeting, we see FATHER POWELL enter the CSI Garage. 
GRISSOM is under the sheeting examining BENJAMIN JENNINGS' car.  FATHER POWELL
approaches the car and puts his hands on the plastic sheeting to see who's
inside the car.)

FATHER POWELL:  H-hello?  Mr. Grissom?

(FATHER POWELL lifts up the plastic sheeting and walks underneath it.)

FATHER POWELL:  Uh ... they told me out front I'd find you here.

GRISSOM:  I don't see your, uh ... visitor's badge.

FATHER POWELL:  Priest's collar.  People trust it.  (Off GRISSOM'S look)  Most
people.  Even ... lapsed catholics.

GRISSOM:  What makes you think, uh ... I was ever a catholic?

FATHER POWELL:  First time we met, you called me "Father."  Only Romans do that. 
Everybody else, it's "Reverend" or "Minister."  I wanted to know how your
investigation against Ben is going.

GRISSOM:  This is his car.  You know, you really shouldn't be here.

FATHER POWELL:  I didn't come here to tamper with your evidence. 

(GRISSOM puts his goggles back on and starts spraying luminol in the car's front
passenger seat.  As he sprays, the blood evidence begins to glow in the light. 
GRISSOM collects it.)

FATHER POWELL:  He was a good kid, all through school still comes to mass every
Sunday.  If he has a problem ... it's trying to please people.

GRISSOM:  Is that a problem?

FATHER POWELL:  It can be.

(GRISSOM opens the back door of the Bronco and begins spraying.  As he sprays,
he recites.  FATHER POWELL peers in to see the results.)

GRISSOM:  This luminol reveals dried blood.

(The blood evidence begins to glow.  There's blood all over the back seat. 
FATHER POWELL looks shocked at the evidence he sees.)

FATHER POWELL:  He wouldn't do this.

GRISSOM:  I believe the car.

FATHER POWELL:  "To whom much is given, much will be expected."

[Quote Note:  "But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes,
shall be beaten with few [stripes].  For unto whomsoever much is given, of him
shall be much required; and to whom men have committed much, of him they will
ask the more."  ~Luke 12:48 (KJV)]

FATHER POWELL:  I leave you to your work.

(FATHER POWELL leaves.)

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SCENE #15:

[INT MEDITERRANEAN HOTEL & CASINO - WOMEN'S SPA - RECEPTION AREA -- DAY]

KIM MARITA:  I told you we have no record Shelley Danvers specifically used the
dry sauna.

(CATHERINE opens a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Evidence folder with
the following information:
(Date) 10-25-01, (Time) 08:05 and (Number) 48913-5B.  She pulls out the note pad
taken from SHELLEY DANVERS' room.)

CATHERINE:  That's okay, 'cause we do.  ESDA can read this blank paper ...  see
what's written on it.  Up to 14 layers.

WARRICK:  Sometimes a simple flashlight will do the trick.

(WARRICK pulls out a flashlight and uses it on the pad.  We see the following: 
SAUNA - 8:00 PM.)

CATHERINE:  That's Miss Danvers' handwriting.  We confirm that.

KIM MARITA:  So she took a dry sauna.  What does that prove?

WARRICK:  She died of a heat stroke.  The coroner just called in with the
results of his final post.  Your sauna's kept in the optimal condition for heat
stroke -- 182 degrees. 

(Quick CGI POV flash to a hand on a thermostat temperature dial twisting it to
the right.  End of CGI POV.  Resume on KIM MARITA.)

(BRASS walks in.)

WARRICK:  That could kill a person if you left them longer than two straight
hours.

BRASS:  Especially if no one checks up on them.  A hotel employee is supposed to
check on the various saunas every 15 minutes.  Hotel regulations, right?  We,
uh, we got a copy of the check-up sheet.

(Camera holds on KIM MARITA'S look.)

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SCENE #16:

[INT. MEDITERRANEAN HOTE AND CASINO - WOMEN'S SPA - SAUNA ROOM]

(BRASS walks into the sauna.  WARRICK, CATHERINE and KIM MARITA follow.)

BRASS:  No hotel employee checked in on the sauna after 7:30 P.M.

CATHERINE:  So, Shelley was in here from 8:00 until ... what time did you call
9-1-1?

(KIM MARITA sighs.)

KIM MARITA:  I, um ... I came in at closing.  10:00.

(Quick flashback to SHELLEY DANVERS in the sauna sitting on the bench propped up
against the wall.  KIM MARITA reaches out to nudge the woman when she falls
over.)

KIM MARITA:  Miss?  Miss?  Oh, my god.

(Flash to white.  End of flashback.  Resume on CATHERINE and WARRICK.)

CATHERINE:  You moved her into the locker room?  Put the robe on her?

KIM MARITA:  I was just trying to protect the hotel.

CATHERINE:  From negligent homicide.

KIM MARITA:  They drill into us that the reputation of this hotel is everything.

(Camera holds on CATHERINE.)

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SCENE #17:

[INT. CSI - LAB-- DAY]

(NICK and SARA report back to GRISSOM.)

NICK:  Murder scene was compromised.

SARA:  Pump jockey wasn't very helpful but bullets pulled from victim one and
victim two. 

(SARA puts the two plastic baggies in front of GRISSOM.)

SARA (cont.):  Identical striations.  Bullets in both victims were fired by the
exact same weapon.

NICK:  A Lorcin .380.  The same pistol registered to a Benjamin Jennings.

(NICK hands a copy of the pistol registration to GRISSOM.)

SARA:  P.D. Can prove through credit cards that Ben frequents the AvCon gas
stations where both vics were killed.

(GRISSOM sits down.)

NICK:  And we can prove he transported those bodies in his vehicle based on the
blood you found.

SARA:  And fibers.

(Quick flashback to SARA collecting fibers off the body.  SARA pulling off the
sock from the victim's left foot.  SARA lifting the fibers off of that sock. 
White flash to End of flashback.)

SARA:  I recovered a burgundy fiber  from the sock of victim one.  Found the
same fiber on the sock of victim two.

NICK:  We I.D'd the fibers using the FTIR.  It's a polymer commonly used in
vehicle carpeting.

SARA:  So we went back to Ben's car.

(Quick flashback to NICK cutting out a sample from BENJAMIN JENNINGS' car.  SARA
looking at the sample.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  They're identical.

SARA:  We got the master standards from the car manufacturer.  The assigned name
for the material is "12-ounce Merlot-Poly."

NICK:  Bottom line ... he killed them.

GRISSOM:  Good work, you guys.  Very good.  But you haven't proved murder. 
You've proved burial.

NICK:  Excuse me?

SARA:  Victim blood on his clothes ... Under his nails.

GRISSOM:  From burying them.

NICK:  Victim blood in his car?

GRISSOM:  He transported them.  Show me the gun with Ben's prints on it.  Gun
shot residue, the ligature, the ...

SARA:  ... The holes in Christ's hands, Doubting Thomas?

GRISSOM:  Yes. Empirical evidence.  St. Thomas was ahead of us all.

SARA:  Does this have anything to do with the priest that's been coming around
here?

GRISSOM:  No.  It has to do with the evidence.

NICK:  It's our job to present the D.A. with the best evidence possible.  Let a
jury decide.  Anything else, we're playing judge.  The evidence doesn't get any
better than this.

(GRISSOM looks at NICK and SARA.  Though he has his hesitations, GRISSOM
relents.)

GRISSOM:  Okay.  Ship it.  Show it to the D.A.

NICK:  Right.

(NICK starts collecting the evidence on the table.  Camera holds on GRISSOM'S
concerned look.)

FADE TO BLACK.

(COMMERCIAL SET)



SCENE #18:

[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT -- HALLWAY]

(WARRICK and CATHERINE are headed home.  They walk down the hallway toward BRASS
who waits by the counter.  He's just gotten off the phone.)

BRASS:  Anyone up for breakfast?

(CATHERINE passes BRASS.)

CATHERINE:  I'm up for a shower and tucking my daughter in.

(WARRICK slaps BRASS on the shoulder as he, too, heads out the hallway.)

WARRICK:  Football-- wide-screen.

(BRASS sighs.)

BRASS:  Well, I guess I'll go see Tina alone.  Hotel tells me she's down playing
quarter slots.

(Both intrigued at BRASS' remark, CATHERINE and WARRICK turn around.)

CATHERINE:  I thought we solved this case.  What'd you get?

BRASS:  Well, my guy in the hotel lounge tells me that Tina and Shelley were
having a catfight over some dude named Jeremy the day she died.  That's probably
how the shirt really got ripped.

CATHERINE:  Don't ring her bell till we re-examine our case.

(CATHERINE and WARRICK head back to work.)

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SCENE #19:

[INT. CSI -- LAB]

(GRISSOM is at the laptop doing background checks on the suspect.  NICK is
standing in front of the screen on the wall.)

NICK:  Misunderstood the priest?  How?

GRISSOM:  I looked deeper into the evidence.  I should have looked deeper into
Ben's character.

(COMPUTER SCREEN READS the following:  )

[         FELONY RECORD
Name:  Benjamin Corey Jennings
DOB:  2/3/76
Sex:  M
Race:  Caucasian
height:  5'9" or 5'8"?
weight:  162 or 165?
eyes:  blue
hair:  brown
----------------------------------------
LVMP:   Las Vegas
CMT:   DV   [alpha-numeric #]
NRS 205.275   Receiving Stolen Property
Current Status:  paroled
Dispo:  Completed
Sent:  2 years Suspended, Community Service
Employment:  Dante's Pizza
             24558 Desert Way
Known Associates:  None.
No prior criminal history.
------------------------------------------
Address:     397? ???hill Rd. ????
             Las Vegas, NV  89107         ]


NICK:  "Benjamin Corey Jennings."  Nonviolent crimes.

(GRISSOM pulls up a second computer screen with the following information:  )

[     FELONY RECORD
Name:  Roger Jennings
DOB:  10/27/74
sex:  M
race:  caucasian
height:  5'8"
weight:  170
eyes:  blue
hair:  blond
----------------------------------------------
LVMP:  Las Vegas
CMT:  DV:   [alpha-numeric #]
NRS 29.03   Armed Robbery
Current Status:  paroled 09/27/2000
Dispo:  Completed
Employment:  Dante's Pizza
             29538 Desert Way
Past Convictions:
       Breaking and Entering
       Assault with Great Bodily Harm
------------------------------------------------
Address:     493 Briar Way #???
             Las Vegas, NV 89123?             ]

NICK:  "Roger Jennings ... armed robbery.  Past convictions, breaking and
entering.  Assault with Great Bodily Harm.   Paroled 9/27/2000."

(GRISSOM stands and leaves.)

NICK:  This guy is hard-core.  He's looking at his third strike here.

(NICK notices that GRISSOM left.  He turns back to look at the screen in front
of him.  SARA enters the room.  NICK looks concerned.)

SARA:  What's going on?

(NICK turns around and sighs.  He looks at the door where GRISSOM just left.)

NICK:  You know how we pushed him to file on Ben?

SARA:  Yeah.

NICK:  We might have been wrong.

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SCENE #20:

[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT HOLDING CELL]

(GRISSOM is sitting on the chair outside the jail holding cell.  SGT. O'RILEY is
standing on the side.  BENJAMIN JENNINGS sits in the cell.)

GRISSOM:  (quietly)  Tell me about your brother.  We know that you only buried
the bodies.  So, what happened?  Did he threaten you?

(BENJAMIN JENNINGS shakes his head and says nothing.)

GRISSOM:  (prompting)  Ben?

(Tears run down BEN'S face.  Still, he says nothing.)

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SCENE #21:

[INT. DANTE'S PIZZA -- KITCHEN]

(GRISSOM and SGT. O'RILEY approach ROGER JENNINGS in the kitchen.  ROGER
JENNINGS is rolling pizza dough.)

GRISSOM:  Did you learn to throw pizzas in prison, Roger?

ROGER JENNINGS:  Who the hell are you guys?  Get out of my kitchen.

SGT. O'RILEY:  "Roger Jennings -- armed robbery, breaking and entering."  You
sound like the kind of guy it wouldn't be a big jump to murder.

ROGER JENNINGS:  Hey, what is this?

(SGT. O'RILEY throws two photos on the table.  The top photo is of Oliver Dunne
and the injuries on his abdomen.)

SGT. O'RILEY:  Your first stop the AvCon gas station.  See these two guys?

(ROGER JENNINGS pushes the photos away from him.  With barely a glance, he
continues to knead the pizza dough.)

ROGER JENNINGS:  Nope.  Don't know what you're talking about.  My little brother
got me this job.  I'm staying clean.

SGT. O'RILEY:  Suppose I told you your brother said you did these guys.

(ROGER JENNINGS stops kneading the dough and looks at GRISSOM.  GRISSOM meets
his gaze.)

ROGER JENNINGS:  Ben wouldn't do that.

(ROGER slowly continues to knead the dough.)

GRISSOM:  You did it directly after work using a .380 pistol and then you
strangled one of the victims with his own tie.

(ROGER JENNINGS takes a breath.  He looks at GRISSOM.)

ROGER JENNINGS:  Ben did it.

GRISSOM:  Did you witness this?

ROGER JENNINGS:  He told me about it.

(Quick flashback of BENJAMIN JENNINGS in a panic.  Cut to two dead bleeding
bodies in the back of BEN'S bronco.)

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Look what I did -- I just lost my head.  What am I supposed
to do now?

ROGER:   I'm on a short line, all right?  You're on your own, Ben.

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Roger, you've got to help me.

ROGER:  You know I can't.  What am I going to do?  Huh?  It's your mess.  You
got to deal with it.

(Flash to white.  End of flashback.  Resume on ROGER JENNINGS.)

SGT. O'RILEY:  (o.s.)  What started the beef with the victims?

ROGER:  I don't know.  Tempers, I guess.

(Quick flashback to KENNY RAMIREZ pumping gas.  From across the way, BENJAMIN
JENNINGS gets out of his car and approaches KENNY RAMIREZ, yelling.)

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Hey!  Hey, man! I was here first.  You want to wait your
turn?

KENNY RAMIREZ:  What are you going to do, huh?

(KENNY RAMIREZ pushes BENJAMIN JENNINGS who falls back against his car.  He
reaches into the waistband of his jeans and pulls out a pistol and fires three
shots at KENNY RAMIREZ.)

(Flash to white.  Resume to present.  Camera on ROGER JENNINGS.)

ROGER:  Bystander gets a little too nosy ... (he shrugs)

(Quick flashback to OLIVER DUNNE getting out of his car and witnessing the
murder with a shocked look on his face.  BENJAMIN JENNINGS turns to look at
OLIVER DUNNE.  He then shoots him, too.  End of flashback.  Resume to present. 
Camera on ROGER JENNINGS.)

ROGER:  ... and he gets it, too.

(GRISSOM nods at the story.)

GRISSOM:  The perpetrator's hands left flour on the victim's face.  This is not
from a gunshot.  This was something a little more intimate.

(Quick flashback to ROGER JENNINGS approaching the wounded OLIVER DUNNE, ripping
the man's tie from off his shirt, twisting it around his hands, and wrapping it
around OLIVER DUNNE'S neck.  OLIVER DUNNE expels his final breath.  End of
Flashback.  Resume to GRISSOM.)

GRISSOM:  When a person changes his mode of murder from pistol to ligature it's
for one of two reasons - entertainment ... or necessity.  Which was it for you?

ROGER:  Neither.  I told you, Ben strangled that guy.

GRISSOM:  The flour said you did.

ROGER:  I don't know what you're talking about.

(ROGER JENNINGS turns back to his pizza dough.  Camera holds on ROGER JENNINGS
look.)

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SCENE #22:

[EXT. ROGER JENNINGS' TRAILER -- NIGHT]

(SARA and NICK walk across the way toward ROGER JENNINGS' trailer.)

SARA:  Anything on the list besides the tie?

NICK:  Nope.

(They approach the two officers standing outside.)

SARA:  Hey, guys.

NICK:  Hey, guys.  You can go ahead and take off.  I think we got it.

OFFICERS:  Thanks.

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SCENE #23:

[INT. ROGER JENNINGS' TRAILER - NIGHT -- CONTINUOUS] 

(SARA opens the trailer door and enters.  NICK is right behind her.)

SARA:  Whoa.

(SARA looks around and finds some dry cleaning.)

SARA:  Hey.  Dry cleaning.  The trailer's low-rent.  Dry cleaning's expensive.

(SARA checks out the clothes.  They find a spot of blood.)

NICK:  Sara?

SARA:  This man's not as smart as he thinks.  Dry cleaning bakes in blood
stains.

NICK:  Could be red sauce.

SARA:  Oh, now you're cautious.

NICK:  I'm just trying to put our mistake to good use.

SARA:  Okay. You check the perimeter and I'll see if we have blood stains or red
sauce.

NICK:  Okay.

(NICK leaves the trailer to check outside.  SARA puts the dry cleaning down to
get her stuff from her kit.)

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SCENE #24:

[EXT. ROGER JENNINGS' TRAILER- NIGHT -- CONTINUOUS]

(NICK walks out of the trailer and looks around.  Doing a visual sweep of the
place, he finds a canister of burned rubbish.  NICK walks to the can to check it
out.  He grabs the thick wooden stick in the can and begins poking through the
ash and burnt materials.)

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[INT. ROGER JENNINGS' TRAILER - CONTINUOUS]

(SARA opens her kit.  She uses a scissors and cuts out a small triangular-shaped
sample of the questionable area.  She takes that sample and puts it in a test
tube.)

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(Meanwhile, NICK uses the stick to swish through the ash and rubbish.  He finds
something.)

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(SARA conducts her test.)

SARA:  Hemoglobin.  (louder)  Take a look at this.

(SARA doesn't get a response from NICK.  She puts the cap on the test tube and
puts it aside to go find NICK.  She grabs her flashlight and stands.)

SARA:  Nick?

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(SARA exits the trailer just as NICK lifts out his find from the trash.)

SARA:  Hey, Nick.

(SARA approaches NICK and sees what he sees.  It's the missing murder weapon.)

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SCENE #25:

[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT -- JAIL]

(The jail doors open.  An officer leads ROGER JENNINGS into the area.  He's
followed by SGT. O'RILEY and GRISSOM.  BENJAMIN JENNINGS watches as his brother
walks by.  ROGER JENNINGS looks up at BEN. Their eyes meet as they two brothers
pass each other.  Camera holds on BEN.)

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SCENE #26:

[INT. CSI -- BALLISTICS LAB]

(A gunshot is heard.  A bullet breaks the surface of the water.  A second
gunshot is fired.  The third shot is stuck.)

(GRISSOM is conducting the ballistics test on the gun.  He manages to get a
sample before the gun jams.  Through the wire cage, NICK watches.)

NICK:  Looks like it jammed, huh?  Get anything instructive?

GRISSOM:  (fiddling with the gun)  Possibly.

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SCENE #27:

[INT. CSI -- LAB]

GREG:  Blood from Jennings's denim shirt.

(GREG pulls the results sheet off the printer and hands it to SARA.)

SARA:  Is the printer out of ink?  (reading)  "ND, ND, ND."

GREG:  It means "None Detected."  The dry cleaning baked in the blood and it
also degraded it to a degree that I just can't get a result.

SARA:  (insistent)  Try again. This could be victim blood. Try again.

GREG:  I have tried.  It's chemically impossible, Sara.  Nothing from nothing is
nothing.

(GREG hands SARA the test results.  SARA leaves.)

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SCENE #28:

[INT. CSI - LAB]

(Under a microscope, two different bullets are being compared side-by-side. 
It's obvious that they don't match.)

BOBBY DAWSON:  The striaions are different. See? 

(BOBBY DAWSON stands and moves away from the scope, allowing GRISSOM to compare
the bullets himself.  NICK is also in the room, standing on the side, listening
to the results of the comparison.)

BOBBY DAWSON:  There's no way I can say that the bullets taken from the victims
were fired by Jennings's gun.

GRISSOM:  So, he altered the barrel somehow.

(SARA walks into the room just in time to hear the final conclusion.)

BOBBY DAWSON:  Yeah. Changed how the bullet relates to the barrel so when the
bullet emerges, its fine stria are altered.

(CGI POV of the bullet emerging from the barrel of the gun and rubbing the sides
of the barrel on its way out.  End of CGI POV.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  Any idea what he used?

(Flash to white.  CGI POV of ROGER JENNINGS using a tool and rubbing the tool in
the gun barrel.  Cut to close up of the tool from the inside of the gun.  End
CGI POV.  Resume on BOBBY DAWSON.)

BOBBY DAWSON:  Whatever it was ... did the job.

SARA:  My evidence is no better.  Total loss.

NICK:  We present this to the D.A.

GRISSOM:  Unfortunately, we've had this discussion before.

NICK:  The guilty brother's going to walk.

(GRISSOM leaves the room.)

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SCENE #29:

[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT - JAIL HOLDING CELLS]

(The bars slide open and ROGER JENNINGS is allowed out of the holding cell.  He
is accompanied by an officer.)

(A property bag is given to ROGER JENNINGS.  He takes out his chain and puts it
around his neck.  BENJAMIN JENNINGS watches in the background, bewildered at the
turn of events.  ROGER JENNINGS glances over at BENJAMIN, he grabs his things
and leaves.  On his way out the door, he passes GRISSOM.)

ROGER JENNINGS:  He's never been in any real trouble before.  They'll go easy on
him.

(ROGER JENNINGS walks out the door.)

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[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT - HALLWAY]

(GRISSOM follows ROGER JENNINGS out the doorway and into the hallway.  He leans
against the doorway.)

GRISSOM:  The bullet jammed in the feed, didn't it?

(Quick Flashback to ROGER JENNINGS pointing and firing the gun at the victim. 
Cut to a close up of the pistol jamming.  Cut to ROGER JENNINGS using the tie to
suffocate OLIVER DUNNE.  Flash to white.  Resume on GRISSOM.)

GRISSOM:  So, it was necessity.

(ROGER JENNINGS doesn't say anything.  He smiles and then he walks away.  Camera
holds on GRISSOM'S grim look.)

FADE TO BLACK.

(COMMERCIAL SET)



[EXT. LAS VEGAS CITY (STOCK) -- NIGHT]



SCENE #30:

[INT. MEDITERRANEAN HOTEL ROOM]

TINA KOLAS:  Wait, are you saying Shelley didn't die in the sauna?

WARRICK:  She died of heat stroke.

CATHERINE:  But the stroke covered up an underlying medical catastrophe.

TINA KOLAS:  Like what?  Shell was always healthy.

CATHERINE:  She went into anaphylactic shock.  Coroner says some of the
indicators are the same as a stroke:  renal failure, cerebral edema.

WARRICK:  We missed it until Captain Brass brought your room service records to
our attention.

TINA KOLAS:  I don't understand.

BRASS:  Well, maybe this will help -

(BRASS opens a file he's holding.  The paper inside contains the following
information:  )

[EMERGENCY CONTACT:  MR. DANVERS (812) 555 ...
RELATIONSHIP:  FATHER
MEDICATIONS:  NONE
ALLERGIES TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS:
ALLERGIC REACTIONS TO FOOD:  SHELLFISH, ...
OTHER ALLERGIES:  NONE
EMERGENCY INFORMATION FOR:  T. KOLAS         ]

BRASS:  The travel agency contract you and Shelley signed.  Under "allergic
reactions to foods" for Shelley Danvers -- shellfish.

WARRICK:  As her best friend, you would know that.

BRASS:  And then we have this from the hotel computer for your room 7:01 P.M.,
On the day:  "A Taste From the Sea a lovely tureen of mild bisque with pureed
bits of Maine lobster."
Pureed, two bowls.  She didn't know what she was eating when it arrived, did
she? 

CATHERINE:  Because she didn't order it; you did.

CATHERINE:  We've got a machine known as the ESDA machine which can read pen
imprints. 

(CGI POV to the ESDA machine gliding over the paper.  Flash to white.  Brush
dusting the paper.  Close up of the paper reveals the following information:  )

"ROOM SERVICE
EXT 219"

(Resume to present.  Catherine holds the notepad paper out and shows the
following to TINA KOLAS.)

"JEREMY DRINKS 10"

CATHERINE:  Well, the machine isolated this.  "Jeremy, drinks, 10:00."  Shelley
made that date.  That's her handwriting.  Were you in the room when Jeremy call?

TINA KOLAS:  I answered the phone.  He asked for her.

WARRICK:  You killed her over a guy you two met at a bar?

TINA KOLAS:  I didn't mean to kill her.  I thought that she would just have an
allergic reaction and she wouldn't be able to make her date that night, you know
... like, get hives or something.

CATHERINE:  Well, her allergy kicked in in the sauna under the worst possible
conditions -- 

(White flashback to SHELLEY DANVERS in the sauna gasping for breath.  End of
flashback.  Resume on WARRICK.)

CATHERINE:  (v.o.)  ... trachea... larynx ... tongue swelled. 

WARRICK:  Her pressure got so low her blood quit running through her organs. 
They shut down.

(TINA KOLAS slowly sits on the bed, overcome with grief at what she has done.)

TINA KOLAS:  I didn't even like the guy.  I just ... I didn't want to be left
out.

BRASS:  Miss Kolas, you're under arrest.

CUT TO:



SCENE #31:

[INT. CSI - GRISSOM'S OFFICE]

SARA:  Hey.  D.A.'S looking for you.

GRISSOM:  About?

(SARA hands GRISSOM a note.)

SARA:  What, you think I read your messages? 

PAULA FRANCIS:  (in background on tv)  Wall street Analysts, though, say stocks
... Good investments for the long term.

SARA:  "Top Secret" and "Urgent"?  It's a gift, reading upside down.

(Both are distracted by the television news.)

PAULA FRANCIS (TV ANCHORWOMAN):  The Las Vegas District Attorney is reportedly
preparing to file homicide charges against Benjamin Corey Jennings in the so-
called Burial Murders Case.  Jennings has been in police custody for the last
...

SARA:  Guess we know what she was calling about.

PAULA FRANCIS:  ...Since he was caught burying the first victim, Oliver Dunne in
the national forest.

(GRISSOM puts down his food and leaves the room.)

CUT TO:



SCENE #32:

[INT. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE -- DAY]

ROBIN CHILDS (DISTRICT ATTORNEY):  Don't you have enough cases over at CSI now
you're going to start telling me which ones I should take to court?

GRISSOM:  There isn't one piece of evidence that says that kid was even present
at the murders.

ROBIN CHILDS:  As a matter of fact that is why I was hunting you.  Jennings
brought it in about an hour ago.  Chain of custody; I can't touch it.  The first
victim was ligatured, right?

(ROBIN CHILDS pushes an envelope on her desk toward GRISSOM.  GRISSOM opens the
envelope and pulls out the missing tie used to strangle OLIVER DUNNE.)

ROBIN CHILDS:  Jennings says his little brother asked him to hide the tie.

GRISSOM:  Well, how convenient.  The older brother brings it in explaining why
his epithelials are all over the murder weapon.

ROBIN CHILDS:  A jury doesn't understand epi-whatevers, okay?  They understand a
twisty tie and blood all over Ben's car seat.

GRISSOM:  He set up his brother.

ROBIN CHILDS:  Oh, come on, Grissom, they're both part of it and if I can get
one of them, I will.

GRISSOM:  He's a good kid, Robin.  He hero-worships his brother, but he's a good
kid.

ROBIN CHILDS:  Yeah?  Then his epithelials shouldn't be on that tie.  You'd
better check with your lab.

CUT TO:



SCENE #33:

[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT - INTERROGATION ROOM]

(A photograph of the injuries on OLIVER DUNNE'S neck hits the table.)

GRISSOM:  Explain how bits of your skin got on the ligature used to strangle
that victim.

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  I don't know.

(A second photograph of the tie hits the table.  BENJAMIN JENNINGS picks it up.)

GRISSOM:  Your brother brought this in to the district attorney.

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  What?

SGT. O'RILEY:  He's framing you.

GRISSOM:  Unless you can tell us how your epithelials got on that tie.

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  I don't know.  I swear I don't know.  I ... he ... I just
picked up the bodies at his place.

(Quick flashback to BENJAMIN and ROGER standing by the car.  ROGER slams the
back door closed after putting the bodies in.

ROGER JENNINGS:  Grab that guy's tie, little bro.  I like that thing.  (BENJAMIN
JENNINGS removes OLIVER DUNNE'S tie from his body.  He hands it to ROGER
JENNINGS.)  Bury them deep, all right?  You get into any trouble you don't have
to say anything, all right?  I'm counting on you, man.

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  Yeah, yeah, man, I'm there all the way.

ROGER JENNINGS:  Go, get out of here.  Go on.

(End of flashback.  Resume on SGT. O'RILEY.)

SGT. O'RILEY:  I got to ask you ... how does somebody bury two bodies as a
favor?

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  'Cause he's my brother.  (panicking)  He told ... He told me
that if I didn't talk to you guys and if he didn't talk, then this would all
just blow over; it'd all just go away.

SGT. O'RILEY:  You're looking at two counts of murder, special circumstances. 
The best you can hope for is life without parole.

(BENJAMIN JENNINGS starts to cry.)

BENJAMIN JENNINGS:  I don't ... I don't think I can do that kind of time.

GRISSOM:  Do you have any physical evidence linking your brother to the murders? 
Anything?

(BENJAMIN shakes his head ... no.)

(Camera holds on GRISSOM.)

CUT TO:



SCENE #34:

(Quick pulses of a series of legal forms with court proceeding sounds in the
background.  Sounds of a judge speaking ... a gavel pounding ... and words such
as "guity" and "life" are heard as the forms flash one by one in front of us.)

LEGAL FORM 1

SUPERIOR COURT
CLARK COUNTY IN THE STATE OF NEVADA

People of the State of Nevada, Plaintiff, vs. Benjamin Corey Jennings, Defendant

FLASH TO WHITE.



LEGAL FORM 2

JUSTICE COURT, GOODSPRINGS TOWNSHIP
Clark County, Nevada
(left side)
The State of Nevada, Plaintiff vs. Benjamin C. Jennings, Defendant
(right side)
CASE NO.  102501-736
DEPT. NO. F
DOCKET  01-93789

FLASH TO WHITE.



LEGAL FORM 3

JUSTICE COURT
CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA

(left side)
NEVADA, Plaintiff
JENNINGS, defendant
(right side)
CASE NO.  102501-736
DEPT. NO. F
DOCKET  01-93789

NOTICE OF INTENT TO SEEK DEATH PENALTY
" ...OW, the State of Nevada, through ROBIN CHILDS
...ant to the provisions of Supreme Court Rule
... llowing Notice of Intent to Seek the Death
... part as follows:

FLASH TO WHITE.



Close up of "SEEK DEATH PENALTY" in LEGAL FORM 3

FLASH TO WHITE.



LEGAL FORM 4

"... declaration subject to the penalty of perjury."
"REQUEST FOR BAIL:  DENIED (box being checked)"
"AMOUNT OF BAIL ... "

FLASH TO WHITE.



LEGAL FORM 5:

... CASE ARE ...
... committed by a person with
... convicted of another felony."
...risk of death to more than one portion "by ...
...ld normally be hazardous to the lives of more than one ...

Respectfully submitted,
Robin Childs
District Attorney
Nevada Bar #00149330

(The form being signed.)

(As the file is being closed, the following can be seen:  )

LEGAL FORM 6:

"... found that presumption ...
... of deaf-muted as a class violated the ...
... rights of petitioners in that case, so, too, ...
... court should have found that presumptions ...
... abilities of quadriplegics as a class ...
... petitioner's equal protection rights. ...
... rt's presumptions about the limitations. ...
... petitioner's handicap, ...

(single spaced quote)...for the boys himself ...
... and teach them ...
... it's not ...

LEGAL FORM 7:

SUPERIOR COURT
... COURT IN THE STATE OF NEVADA

DOCKET NO. S 809 20942

(The file is stamped with a circular file mark on document.  SUPERIOR COURT *
CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA * FILED.)

CUT TO:



SCENE #35:

[INT. FATHER POWELL'S CHURCH -- DAY]

(GRISSOM walks into the church.  FATHER POWELL is near the front of the church
speaking with someone.  GRISSOM'S entrance is brought to FATHER POWELL'S
attention and approaches him.  GRISSOM sits down on the pew.)

GRISSOM:  I know that we've arrested the wrong brother.

(FATHER POWELL sits on the pew in front of GRISSOM.)

GRISSOM:  He came to see you as soon as Ben was in custody.

FATHER POWELL:  I tried to help ... without breaking my vows.

GRISSOM:  (sighs)  We both have jobs that begin after the crime. 

FATHER POWELL:  After the "sin".

GRISSOM:  Some people would call that a career in futility.

FATHER POWELL:  Some call it a "vocation".

GRISSOM:  A hundred years ago we didn't have the technology for fingerprints. 
Fifteen years ago, we didn't have DNA.  Hopefully one day, we'll have foolproof
means by which to put the right man in jail in this case.

FATHER POWELL:  Someday, we won't need jails.

(GRISSOM looks at FATHER POWELL.)

FATHER POWELL:  I celebrate mass every Thursday night, 7:00.

GRISSOM:  Thank you ... but ... (he shakes his head) ... no.

FATHER POWELL:  You don't believe?

GRISSOM:  In religion?  I believe in God, in science ... in Sunday supper.  I
don't believe in rules that tell me how I should live.

FATHER POWELL:  Even if they're handed down by God?

GRISSOM:  How many crusades were fought in the name of God?  How many people
died because of someone's religion?

FATHER POWELL:  Fanaticism.  Not religion.

GRISSOM:  Semantics.  They're still dead.  I'm sorry about Ben, father.

(GRISSOM  stands up.)

FATHER POWELL:  You still suffer like a catholic.

(FATHER POWELL also stands up.)

FATHER POWELL:  Light bulb goes out other people fix it, get a new one.  Light
bulb goes out for the Catholic he stands in the dark says, "What did I do
wrong?"

GRISSOM:  That guilt's not in me anymore.

(GRISSOM leaves.)

CUT TO:



[EXT. LAS VEGAS CITY (STOCK) - NIGHT]



SCENE #36:

[INT. CSI  -- HALLWAY -- NIGHT]

GRISSOM:  Hey.

CATHERINE:  Oh.  You're going to be getting a call from the local papers about
spa safety.

GRISSOM:  Spa safety?

CATHERINE:  We had a victim die of an allergic reaction at the Mediterranean. 
Some foul play ... some negligence.

GRISSOM:  So what am I supposed to say?

CATHERINE:  That it was an isolated incident ... that in no way should it be a
mark against The Strip's other fine hotel-casinos.

GRISSOM:  CSI supports Las Vegas.

CATHERINE:  Bottom line.

(CATHERINE leaves GRISSOM at the hallway counter.  In the background, OFFICER
rush to the jail holding cell area.)

OFFICERS:  Need some help in here!

OFFICERS:  Get his arm!

OFFICERS:  Hold his head!

(GRISSOM looks up and notices the commotion.  GRISSOM runs to the cell.)

OFFICERS:  Hold his head!

OFFICERS:  I can't stop the bleeding.

(GRISSOM rushes to the cell.  On the cell floor, BENJAMIN JENNINGS lies in a
pool of blood.  His breathing labored as he looks at GRISSOM.)

GRISSOM:  Oh, no, no, no.  How did this happen?!

OFFICER:  Incisor.  He used his teeth.

(GRISSOM tries to help, but gets pushed aside as the MEDICS arrive.  The
commotion builds to a frenzy as they all work to save BENJAMIN JENNINGS.)

MEDIC:  Clamp down. 
MEDIC:  Keep him with us.

MEDIC:  (to GRISSOM)  Get out of the way!  Out of the way!
MEDIC:  (to GRISSOM)  Sir, step back.  Sir.

MEDIC:  He's bleeding out.
MEDIC:  He's bleeding out here.

MEDIC:  We need to stop this.  Compression.
MEDIC:  Keep him with us.  Get the head up.
MEDIC:  We're losing him, we're losing him ...

(With his final breath, BENJAMIN JENNINGS dies.  All sound stops abruptly.)

MEDIC:  I'm going to pronounce.  22:04.

(GRISSOM'S left standing there with blood on his hands.)

FADE TO BLACK.

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Mais ouiiii !!! J'aime pas le froid!!!

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Merciiii !

Sonmi451 (23:13)

Il fait pas hyper froid, il fait bon chez toi, ici fait encore chaud pour la fin novembre

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Moi j'adore, c'est le chaud que j'aime pas. lol

CastleBeck (23:14)

Sonmi : Ce n'est pas que tu n'as pas le temps, car si tu en avais réellement envie, tu trouverais de le temps

Sonmi451 (23:15)

On a pas le temps, on a un temps et c'est ce temps là qu'on a toujours mais on n'en connait pas sa durée et tout le problème est là.

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Ah je comprends pas comment vous faîtes pour aimer le mauvais temps .

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Un temps, le temps... Tout est question de déterminant tout ça

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Le froid,c 'est pas du mauvais temps... Il peut faire froid et soleil...
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Non je déteste ça . Sonmi ton avant dernier message n'a aucun sens

Sonmi451 (23:19)

ha non c'est pas pareil le temps personne ne le tiens, c'est quelque chose qui nous fil entre les doigts mais on a tous un temps donné.

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Ca ne veut pas rien dire, c'est de la philo Star' nuance. ^^

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J'ai jamais dit que j'avais envie de danser sur la table. lol

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Je sais!

Sonmi451 (23:21)

j'ai dit que le jour où on m'entend dire que je m'ennuie, j'irais danser sur la table ^^

Sonmi451 (23:21)

mais heureusement que je prends du temps pour moi hein ^^

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