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#417 : La détenue

Le corps d'une femme est retrouvé sous un bus. Le véhicule transportait des détenues, et tout porte à croire que l'une des prisonnières a tenté de s'évader. Les policiers découvrent cependant que la victime était déjà morte avant le démarrage du convoi. L'enquête prend alors une tournure intéressante. Parallèlement, Grissom enquête sur une agression. Un homme a été poignardé et le coupable a pu prendre la fuite. L'agent tente de découvrir qui pouvait lui en vouloir au point de lui donner un coup de couteau dans le ventre et quatre autres dans le dos. Toutes les blessures sont exactement à la même hauteur. 


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La détenue

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Écrit par : Ethlie Ann Vare
Réalisé par : Deran Sarafian 

Avec : Wallace Langham (Hodges), Alex Carter (Det. Vartan), Archie Kao (Archie Johnson), Eric Stonestreet (Ronnie Litre), David Berman (David Phillips), Victoria Reinger (Judy Tremont), James Patrick Stuart (Adam Matthews) 

Guests :

  • Gina Torres ..... Warden 
  • T.R. Knight ..... Zero 
  • David Marciano ..... Frank Samuels 
  • Diana-Maria Riva ..... Juanita 
  • Todd Tesen ..... Carl Hansen 
  • Paul Carafotes ..... Pit Boss 
  • Patrick MacManus ..... Adanto 
  • Masasa Moyo ..... Collègue #1 
  • Sami Reed ..... Kristeen 
  • Ralph P. Martin ..... Landlord 
  • Jack Kyle ..... Homme 
  • Amanda Kaplan ..... Femme 
  • Floreda Cooks ..... Collègue #2 
  • Tess Parker ..... Antoinette/Baby Girl 
  • Todd Tesen ..... Homme 





(A bus travels along the roadway.  A car with a young couple in it follows closely behind.  The car horn beeps impatiently.  The bus continues to travel at its current speed which is apparently way too slow for the car behind it.)

(The driver of the car behind the bus continues to beep his car horn.)

MAN (DRIVER):   (shouts)  Come on!

(The man in the car behind the bus continues to beep his car horn in frustration.)

WOMAN (PASSENGER):  Honey, just pass him.

(He pulls the car a little toward the center line to see if there's room enough to pass.)

MAN (DRIVER):   (shouts)  Move it!

WOMAN (PASSENGER):  Calm down and just pass him.

(The man takes her advice and speeds up to overtake the bus but an oncoming SUV stops him.  He pulls back into his lane behind the bus to avoid an accident.)

(The bus hits a bump in the road and a human appendage from under the bus flies out and hits the car in the windshield leaving a trail of goo on the glass.)

(The MAN and the WOMAN in the car scream.)

(He hits the brakes and pulls the car over to the side of the road.)


(BRASS looks at the mess on the car's windshield.)

CATHERINE:   (o.s.)  Hey, Jim!

(BRASS turns around to see CATHERINE and NICK walk toward him.)

CATHERINE:  We got a call.  A possible 4-19.  Is there a dead body or not?

BRASS:  That arm crash-landed on the windshield of the car.  According to the driver, it shot out from under the bus.  Generally speaking, where there's an arm, there's a body.

NICK:  What say we check out the bus?

BRASS:  Good call.

(NICK heads over to the bus, passing the female inmates along the way.)

BRASS:  Now, the, uh, passengers were on their way to St. Matthew's Church in Pioche.  They were from a work release program at Nevada Correctional Institution.

(CATHERINE looks at the wheels.)

CATHERINE:  Okay, well, I got some blood on the wheel well.

(She kneels down to look under the bus.)

CATHERINE:  Oh, yeah, that's a definite on the 4-19.  

(Under the bus, they see torn bloodied sheets and what's left of the body hanging from the underside rails.)

CATHERINE:  Um, well ... appears to be female.  Caucasian.

NICK:  Tied to the undercarriage ... maybe.

BRASS:  Hitch a ride under a bus.  Well, that's one way to get out jail.

NICK:  Yeah, and I bet this big boy spit out body parts all the way down the road.

CATHERINE:  So ... the bus is traveling sixty-five miles per hour.  What's the distance from the tip of her nose to the tip of her toes?





(CATHERINE climbs out from under the bus.  NICK walks over to her.)  

CATHERINE:  Well, looks like she used strips from a white cotton sheet.

NICK:  Yeah, use whatever's available when you're breaking out of prison, I guess.

(Quick flashback to:  [EXT. HIGHWAY - DAY]  Under the bus, the female inmate hangs on to the sheets.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

(CATHERINE looks at the cotton sheet.)

CATHERINE:  Low thread count.  Average tensile strength wasn't strong enough to support her weight.

(Quick flashback to:  [UNDER THE BUS]  The prison inmate hangs by the cotton sheets under the bus.  As the tires spin, she falls to the road.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  The torque of the spinning axle ripped her apart like the rubber off a bad retread.

CATHERINE:  Yep. If she'd used a nylon rope, she'd be on her way to Tijuana.

NICK:  Right.  I'll call auto detail, have the bus sent to the garage, yeah?

CATHERINE:  Oh, hey, after that, grab Sara and go directly to jail.  I'm going to supervise this body part collection.


(CATHERINE takes photos while DAVID PHILLIPS collects the body parts.)

(Various flash cuts of the various body parts being collected:  The leg, a finger, what looks like an ear, another body part, and even more body parts.)

(Finished, CATHERINE looks around.)

CATHERINE:  Okay, David, I think that's it.

(DAVID fills out the evidence bag info sheets.)

DAVID PHILLIPS:  I'll get these parts to Dr. Robbins.  He'll start putting her back together.



(A siren wails in the distance.)  


(GRISSOM looks around and sees the bloodied mess on the floor leading up to the dead body.  The knife, presumably the murder weapon, is on the floor next to the body.)

(WARRICK snaps a photo of the body.   From where he stands, GRISSOM looks around the apartment.)

(WARRICK snaps a photo of the knife.)

(GRISSOM spots more blood on the sofa.)

(WARRICK looks up from the camera and sighs.)

WARRICK:  Helter-skelter.

GRISSOM:  Yeah ... except there's no blood spatter on the walls or the ceiling.

WARRICK:  We have the murder weapon.  He was stabbed in the chest.

(Quick flashback to:  [CLOSE UP] of the knife in someone's hand.  He stabs the man in the chest. The man grunts.  Blood falls to the floor.  He falls down.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

(Quick flashes of the body.)


(DET. VARTAN interviews the LANDLORD.)

LANDLORD:  There's two of them in that apartment.  The name's Adanto Adams.  He don't live in that apartment.  He's visiting from out of town.  That's Zero's little brother.

DET. VARTAN:  'Zero'?

LANDLORD:  Zero Adams. He's the one who lives there.


(GRISSOM walks over to the sofa.  He looks from the blood spot on the sofa cushion over to the body on the floor.)

GRISSOM:  Well, unless he was bending over the sofa with his chest pushed against this cushion, this bloodstain is inconsistent with that wound.

GRISSOM:  Paul, would you turn him over for us?

PAUL:  Okay.

(The CORONER standing nearby walks over and moves the body for GRISSOM.  On the victim's back, they find more stab wounds.  WARRICK and GRISSOM both kneel down to look at the wounds.)

WARRICK:  Oh, yeah.  Stabbed in the chest and the back.

(WARRICK snaps more photos of the wounds.)


(The LANDLORD tries to look at the body inside the apartment.  DET. VARTAN turns him back to answer the questions.)

DET. VARTAN:  So, uh, where is this Zero now?

LANDLORD:  I don't know.  I'm not his mother.  I'm his landlord.

DET. VARTAN:  Well, if you see him, give me a call.

(DET. VARTAN gives the LANDLORD his card.  The LANDLORD takes it.)

LANDLORD:  Yeah, yeah, sure.




(DR. ROBBINS goes over the preliminary findings with CATHERINE.)

CATHERINE:  When I do a jigsaw puzzle, I like to start with a corner piece.

ROBBINS:  When the puzzle's a body, the corner piece is the pelvis.  Oh, uh, Nick ID'd your vic.  She missed her last bed check.  Convict number sixty-nine twenty.

(ROBBINS hands CATHERINE the file with information and photo.  She reads through it.)

CATHERINE:  Antoinette Stella.  Two-year sentence for identity theft.  She was due for release next month.  Guess she was in a hurry.

ROBBINS:  No, she wasn't trying to escape.  She was murdered.  

(ROBBINS picks up the arm off the table.)

ROBBINS:  I dissected her arm.

(Camera zooms in for a close up of inside the arm.)

ROBBINS:  The blood in the brachial artery is clotted, which is indicative of a post-mortem laceration.

CATHERINE:  Have you determined the cause of death?

ROBBINS:  Yep.  Cranio-cerebral injury...

(He peels back the hair on the head to show the injury underneath.)

ROBBINS:  ... due to blunt-force trauma.  Depressed skull fracture imbedded with tiny white fibers.  Given the depth and position of the, uh, fracture, I'd say she was hit on the head with something hard on the inside and white and fuzzy on the outside.

CATHERINE:  I'd like a clean look at that fracture.

ROBBINS:  Sure. I'll start her bath.

CATHERINE:  Anything else?

ROBBINS:  Well, you might want to check out her left forearm.

(CATHERINE looks but doesn't see anything.)

CATHERINE:  Birthmark?

ROBBINS:  Rap sheet's referenced "dermatological anomalies."  According to her, she didn't have any.  I'll take a slice down to histology.

(ROBBINS grabs a knife off the table and prepares to cut off the skin.)




(WARDEN HUTTON escorts SARA and NICK through the facility to the victim's cell.)

WARDEN HUTTON:  We locked down as soon as we got the call.  We do bed checks six times a day.  All inmates were accounted for at thirteen hours.

NICK:  What time did the bus leave for church?

WARDEN HUTTON:  Thirteen-thirty.

HARRIS (INMATE):  Hey, sexy, how 'bout you come back here on your day off?  

(NICK turns and sees HARRIS hanging out through the bars.  She tapes the bottom of her chin with the back of her hand.)

HARRIS (INMATE):  No gag reflex.

WARDEN HUTTON:  Watch it, Harris.  Got a drawer full of C-9s with your name on 'em.

(They continue through the hallway to the victim's cell.  As they pass a cell, the inmate yells out to them.)

INMATE:  What are you lookin' at?

(They stop in front of the victim's cell where CHRISTINE stands inside.)

NICK:  What can you tell us about the vic?

WARDEN HUTTON:  Antoinette? She was popular with the other inmates.  No enemies to speak of.

(The cell door opens.)

WARDEN HUTTON:  This was Antoinette's cell.  Christine, you're going to step out.  Officer.

(The OFFICER steps forward to escort CHRISTINE out of the cell.  SARA and NICK walk into the cell.)

WARDEN HUTTON:  When's the last time you saw baby girl?

CHRISTINE:  I'll need to check my calendar.

WARDEN HUTTON:  Don't get stupid on me, Christine.

NICK:  Baby girl -- was that a street name?

WARDEN HUTTON:  Yes. That's what everyone called her.  Christine?

CHRISTINE:  I saw baby girl at lunch 'bout an hour before we got on the bus.

(The WARDEN steps into the cell and unlocks the lock on a locker.)

CHRISTINE:  Hey, that's my locker.  I didn't take none of Baby's stuff.

WARDEN HUTTON:  Didn't say you did.

CHRISTINE:  Look ... I didn't hardly know baby girl.  She only lived up in here eight days.

SARA:  Eight days?

WARDEN HUTTON:  In this cell.  Few weeks ago, I found her smuggling contraband.

CHRISTINE:  It was just a silver necklace.

WARDEN HUTTON:  Inmates aren't allowed jewelry.  It wasn't a major infraction, but I transferred her cell.

SARA:  Makeup, deodorant, shampoo.

WARDEN HUTTON:  Inmates are allowed commissary visits once a month, unless they rack up two weeks in nights.

(SARA finds the shoes at the bottom of the locker and checks it.)

SARA:  Do you keep track of purchases?

WARDEN HUTTON:  I can get you a list.  And just for the record, in the state of Nevada, there's never been a homicide in a Female Correctional Facility.

SARA:  Until now.

(NICK uses the ALS on CHRISTINE'S bed.  She sees him and appears alarmed.)

CHRISTINE:  What are you doing?

NICK:  I'm ruling you out as a suspect, ma'am.

(He finishes, straightens and sighs.)

NICK:  No evidence of blood.

CHRISTINE:  I could've told you that.

SARA:  Warden, could you show us where the bus was parked before it left the facility?



(DOUG HANSON, the bus driver and prison guard at the facility, escorts SARA to the bus.)

DOUG HANSON:  The bus was stationed right here.

SARA:  Are you the only driver?

DOUG HANSON:  Only bus driver.  Got my CDLC last May.

MAN (over P.A. System)  Attention, inmates ...

SARA:  Officer, before you drove out of here, did you inspect the vehicle?

DOUG HANSON:  Miss ... Sidle, I don't get time to scratch my ass.  I haven't had a junior officer in my department in two years.  Now, usually, I work the road, and when the warden asks, I take inmates on field trips.

SARA:  Did you know the dead woman, baby girl, Antoinette Stella?

DOUG HANSON:  Start seeing 'em as real people, start carin' when they go back to their pimp dealer scumbag boyfriend?

SARA:  That's enlightened.

DOUG HANSON:  That's reality.

(NICK joins them.)

NICK:  No sign of a struggle, no evidence of a body drag.  If the attack didn't happen in her cell or in here, maybe it happened on the bus.

SARA:  Who maintains your transpo fleet?

(Off to the side, JUANITA peers around the wire fence.  She has a bucket in her hand.)

DOUG HANSON:  Fleet?  We got three antique buses.  Inmates do all the work.

NICK:  You allow inmates to service your prison vehicles?

DOUG HANSON:  You bet.  On Saturday, I even bring in my SUV.  Juanita washes it.

(He nods over to her.)

DOUG HANSON:  Ain't that right, Juan'a?  I've got to get something on top of my $11.65 an hour.  (NICK walks away.)  Look, we're in the middle of the desert.  We're a hundred miles from the pit of nowhere.

SARA:  Is that gate always unlocked?

DOUG HANSON:  It's not like someone's going to hot-wire the bus and hightail it out of here.

SARA:  Right, so essentially anyone in the prison population could have walked into the garage, onto the bus and no one would have said boo?





(GRISSOM processes the knife.  He finds a coating of something on the knife.  He
scrapes off a sample of it.)

(He fumes the knife and finds a fingerprint.)

(He removes the knife from the container and dusts the print.)



FRANK SAMUELS:  (v.o.)  I got a call at work and was told to get over here right
away and he's not here.


(DET. VARTAN is out in the hallway with FRANK SAMUELS when WARRICK approaches

WARRICK:  Detective, I got your page.

(DET. VARTAN steps away from FRANK SAMUELS and heads for WARRICK.)

DET. VARTAN:  Hey, we were canvassing the area when Mr. Samuels showed up.  He
says he's the tenant's guardian.  He's got questions.

WARRICK:  So do I.

(They both turn back to FRANK SAMUELS.)

WARRICK:  Mr. Samuels, I'm Warrick Brown.  I'm from the crime lab.

FRANK SAMUELS:  What happened to Zero?  There's crime tape on his door.  These
guys won't let me in.

WARRICK:  His brother was murdered.


WARRICK:  Did you know him?

FRANK SAMUELS:  Yeah, I've known them both since they were kids.

(ZERO ADAMS steps into the hallway accompanied by an OFFICER.  ZERO'S shirt is

ZERO ADAMS:  Frank ...


ZERO ADAMS:  I'm so sorry.  I'm sorry.



(SARA and NICK examine the inside of the bus.  They start from the front and
work their way to the back.)

(At the back of the bus, NICK finds something.)

NICK:  Absorption.

(SARA joins him.)

SARA:  Blood?

NICK:  Yeah, and it's more than just a paper cut.

SARA:  I'll swab it for DNA.

(SARA opens her kit and takes a swab sample of the blood.)

(As she does that, NICK checks out the other side of the bus and finds something

NICK:  Florescence.  Bluish-white.

(NICK swabs and tests the fluorescence.)

NICK:  Acid phosphatase tests positive.

SARA:  What is semen doing in the back of a female prison bus?






(ZERO ADAMS is being questioned by WARRICK and DET. VARTAN in FRANK SAMUELS' presence.)  

FRANK SAMUELS:  It's okay, Zero.  Just answer the questions.

ZERO ADAMS:  I said I was sorry 'cause I'm not supposed to be out by myself.

WARRICK:  So, why did you go out?

ZERO ADAMS:  Well, I came home from special school, I found Adanto in the kitchen.

(Quick flashback to:  ZERO holds ADANTO and cries.)

ZERO ADAMS:  I love you.

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

WARRICK:  When was the last time you talked to your brother?

ZERO ADAMS:  Just before school.

(Quick flashback to:  [INT. ADAMS' APARTMENT - KITCHEN]  ZERO and ADANTO sit across each other at the kitchen table.)

ADANTO ADAMS:  What I'm about to tell you, you can't tell anybody.

ZERO ADAMS:  No. No, I won't.  Scout's honor.

ADANTO ADAMS:  We're going to be rich like we always talked about.  

(ADANTOA drops a deck of cards on the table.  He reaches out and touches ZERO affectionately.)

ADANTO ADAMS:  I love you, kid.

ZERO ADAMS:  I love you, too.

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

ZERO ADAMS:  Said he was going to buy me a shiny new car and a driver to take me
anywhere I wanted to go.  

(ZERO leans in close to WARRICK.  WARRICK leans in close as if receiving a

ZERO ADAMS:  (confidentially)  He said we were going to be rich.



(Thunder rumbles in the distance.)



WARDEN HUTTON:  Juanita's in charge of bus detail.  I'm sure she'll be happy to
answer your questions.

CATHERINE:  Juanita?  Do you recall the last time that you washed out the
interior of the bus?

JUANITA ROYA:  Yesterday, a few hours before we left for work release.  (JUANITA
turns to look at the WARDEN.)  If something's missing, it wasn't me.  You can
check my locker.

CATHERINE:  Did you notice anything unusual in the back of the bus?

JUANITA ROYA:  Like what?

CATHERINE:  Blood or ... semen?

JUANITA ROYA:  Didn't see any blood.

CATHERINE:  What about semen?

JUANITA ROYA:  Don't they still do it in the backseat in the free world?

CATHERINE:  Yeah.  But I doubt if conjugal visits are permitted in a prison bus.

JUANITA ROYA:  Conjugal visits aren't permitted anywhere.  The ACLU was going to
bring a case that's ...

(JUANITA looks at the WARDEN, then abruptly stops talking.  CATHERINE turns to
look at the WARDEN.)

JUANITA ROYA:  The only men permitted in this correctional facility are the
correctional officers.

WARDEN HUTTON:  It's a class "d" felony for a co to have sexual contact with an

CATHERINE:  Lots of things are felonies, but people still do them.  Otherwise,
you and I'd be out of a job.



(OPEN on the evidence bag label:
     Article:  CLOTH FIBERS
     Data Found, Located or Developed:  3/11/04
     Where This Article Was Found:  SKULL
     Investigation Officer:  C. WILLOWS

DAVID HODGES:  The white fibers from the head wound were straight out of any

(HODGES hands the sample bag to NICK as he reports to him and SARA.)

DAVID HODGES:  Seventy-eight percent cotton, fourteen percent polyester and
seven percent nylon elastic.

NICK:  Sounds like we're looking for a lethal pair of white underpants.

DAVID HODGES:  Yeah, or a bra, pair of socks.  The skin discoloration, that was
a real challenge.  You know, uh, on her forearm.  Looked like a birthmark.  
Yeah, that skin sample was supposed to be sent to histology.  Yeah, well, they
kicked it back to me.  Uh, the coloration was an adulterant.  Aluminum chelate
of carminic acid.

NICK:  Aluminum ch ... ?  I've never heard of this before.

SARA:  It's a cochineal.

NICK:  A what?

SARA:  A cochineal.  They're scaled insects.  Carminic acid is found in their

(Quick flash of the bug eating a leaf.)

SARA:  (v.o.)  It's bitter, so it discourages predators.  

(End of flash.  Resume to SARA.)

SARA:  As a dye, it's been prized for centuries.

DAVID HODGES:  Since when did you become an insects expert?

SARA:  Entomology textbook.  Grissom gave it to me last Christmas.  


SARA:  When I can't sleep, I read.

(HODGES turns to look at NICK.)

NICK:  Funny, I didn't get a Christmas gift from Grissom.  Did you?

DAVID HODGES:  No.  Uh, so, assuming that she was tattooed in prison, how'd she
get a hold of the bugs?

SARA:  Well, um, cochineals feed on cactus plants.  They probably grow wild in
the prison area.

(Quick flash of:  [EXT. DESERT]  ANTOINETTE STELLA collects the bugs and smashes
them up.)

SARA:  (v.o.)  Baby girl could've smashed up a few bugs, used the carminic acid
to tattoo herself.

(She uses the acid like ink to tattoo her arm.)

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

SARA:  Do you have a photo of the tattoo?


(HODGES shows SARA the tattoo.  She and NICK look at the photo.)

NICK:  Looks like a half moon.  Gang moniker, maybe.

SARA:  Every woman knows what that is.  It's a heart.  Well, half a heart.

(NICK turns the photo on its side where it's recognizable to him.)

NICK:  Oh.  Yeah.  Where's the other half?

(NICK looks at SARA.)





WARRICK:  Mr. Samuels, we found your prints on the knife used to kill Adanto

FRANK SAMUELS:  Now, wait a minute.  I didn't stab Adanto.

(Quick flashback to:  [INT. ADAMS' RESIDENCE]  FRANK SAMUELS walks into the
apartment and sees ADANTO on the floor.  He starts yelling for ZERO.)

FRANK SAMUELS:  Oh, my god.  Zero?!

(He reaches down and pulls the knife out from the body.)

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

WARRICK:  But you didn't call 9-1-1.  Or the police.  You just took off?

DET. VARTAN:  That's a felony.

FRANK SAMUELS:  Look, I was concerned about Zero.  He's a nine-year-old kid in a
man's body.  I didn't know if he did it.  Zero's like a son to me.  I've been
his guardian since he was fourteen.  Everybody used to make fun of him.  Called
him "Zero."  I told him only special people get nicknames.

WARRICK:  Where's his parents now?

FRANK SAMUELS:  They passed away.  He left a small inheritance for his boys and
... Zero doesn't spend much.

DET. VARTAN:  Okay, I'll ask again.  You found the body and then you went to

FRANK SAMUELS:  I just needed some time to think.

WARRICK:  Well, you'll get plenty of that now.

DET. VARTAN:  Twenty-four hours in a holding cell.  Come on. Let's go.



(ROBBINS goes over the body with  GRISSOM.)  

ROBBINS:  It's very peculiar.  Take a look at his chest wound.  No right or left
angulation.  No up or down.  Straight in, straight out.

(He makes the motions with his hands.)

GRISSOM:  Well, the crime scene suggests he was moving around his apartment
while being stabbed so, "straight in, straight out" doesn't seem likely.

ROBBINS:  Well, one time is an anomaly.  Five times?  

(ROBBINS lifts up the body to show the back wounds to GRISSOM.)

ROBBINS:  All four back wounds are clustered and parallel.

(He puts the body back down on the table.)

ROBBINS:  And the chest wound is at the same distance from the crown of his head
as the other four.

GRISSOM:  What about defensive wounds?

ROBBINS:  There are none.

GRISSOM:  Okay, so, he's running around his apartment trying to get away from
his attacker and he incurs no nicks or cuts?


GRISSOM:  What else?

ROBBINS:  Well, I found this in his stomach.

(ROBBINS picks up the clump from the metal container and shows it to GRISSOM.)

ROBBINS:  Looks like a paper wad of some sort.

GRISSOM:  Maybe a treasure map.



(RONNIE LITRE works on opening up the clump taken from ADANTO ADAMS' stomach.)

RONNIE LITRE:  Good thing this guy's not concerned with his cholesterol.  He ate
fatty foods.  Paper's pretty well preserved.  Uh, most of the ink is washed off.  

(He gets the paper opened and sees something.)

RONNIE LITRE:  Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.  There's something there in the corner.

(The camera servo clicks in rapid succession.)

RONNIE LITRE:  Help me put it in there, Warrick.

(Together, they put the piece of paper between two sheets of plastic.  WARRICK
puts it under the scope.)

WARRICK:  (reading)  Uh ... "P-A... L..."  Oh, the Palms.  I know what this is.  
It's a receipt for a marker.

(WARRICK looks down to get the amount.)

WARRICK:  For ten grand.




(WARRICK shows the MANAGER the photo of ADANTO ADAMS.  The MANAGER recognizes
him immediately.)

MANAGER:  Oh, yeah, that's him.  Adanto Adams.  Said he wanted to play BJ in the
no-limit area.  So I had the cage check his credit.  (He signs a clip board and
hands it back to the man.)  Qualified for ten grand.

WORKER:  Thank you.

MANAGER:  And I wrote him up.

WARRICK:  Did he have some kind of a system?

MANAGER:  They all got systems.  This one was a small-time double-up type thing.  
Bet 100, lose;  bet 200 lose.  Bet four, lose.  Double-up-till-you-win type

(Quick flashback to:  [INT. PALMS CASINO - BLACKJACK TABLE]  ADANTO plays the
cards and gets frustrated at losing.  He looks at the dealer.)

ADANTO ADAMS:  Now, don't you get anything other than a 20?  Hmm?

(He bangs the table in frustration.)

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

MANAGER:  The one thing about systems in this town -- if you got one, we want
you here.

WARRICK:  Can I get a copy of that footage?

MANAGER:  Listen, you look familiar.  I seen you before?  You been in here?

WARRICK:  Maybe just on a case.  How about that footage?



(SARA enters the hallway and rushes to catch up with CATHERINE.)

SARA:  Hey, got your page.  What's up?

CATHERINE:  Oh, the Warden faxed over Baby Girl's commissary purchases.  She
bought one twenty-count box of tampons every month like clockwork, but check out
the last few months.

(CATHERINE  shows the list to SARA.)

SARA:  What are you thinking?  She might not have needed any for, oh, nine

CATHERINE:  I think Baby Girl was having a baby.



(ROBBINS is cooking the skull in a large pot.  He lifts the skull up from the
pot just as CATHERINE walks into the room.)  

ROBBINS:  Skull's not ready yet.  Enzymes are still eating away at the proteins.

CATHERINE:  Did you, by any chance, do a pregnancy test on Baby Girl?

ROBBINS:  I thought she'd been incarcerated for the last 23 months.

CATHERINE:  (nods)  She had been.


(ROBBINS pulls out the table from the morgue cabinet.  He pulls the sheet away
from the body.  He plunges a syringe into the necessary area to get the liquid
sample.  CATHERINE watches.)

ROBBINS:  Urine ... you're out.

(He fills the syringe with urine.)

ROBBINS:  Okay ...

(He expels the urine into a petrie dish and reaches for a Home Pregnancy Test

CATHERINE:  Home Pregnancy Test, huh?

ROBBINS:  About ten times cheaper than the brand sold by our medical supply
company, and just as accurate.

(He sticks the stick into the urine and waits.)

CATHERINE:  Eye on the bottom line.  I find that very ...

ROBBINS:  (prompts) ... sexy?

CATHERINE:  "Prudent".  But that was a good try.

(He removes the stick and shows the results to CATHERINE.)

ROBBINS:  Yeah, plus sign.  You know what that means.

CATHERINE:  Who's your daddy?




[INT. CSI - A/V LAB]  

(ARCHIE is in the AV Lab reviewing casino video when WARRICK walks in.)  

WARRICK:  Archie?

ARCHIE:  Hey.  Got your surveillance tape of Zero's brother.

WARRICK:  Roll it.  Now, according to the pit boss, the kid was playing a
double-up system.  What I want to know is, how many hands did he back himself

ARCHIE:  Let's find out.

(ARCHIE fast forwards the video.)

ARCHIE:  First hand, hundred.  Loser.

ARCHIE:  Second hand, two hundred.  Lose.

ARCHIE:  Third hand, four hundred. Lose.

(WARRICK shakes his head.)

ARCHIE:  Fourth hand, Eight hundred.  So he's doubling every bet.

WARRICK:  Yeah, that's the classic double-up system.  

(They watch for a moment.)

WARRICK:  Go back out wide.

(ARCHIE changes the view.)

ARCHIE:  Looks like he's all in.

WARRICK:  Tenth bet, $51,200.  Adanto has 20.  He sticks.  She has two up.  
Another two, and thats four.  Two, three, two.  That's eleven.  Ace, ace, ace,
ace.  Fifteen.  Six.

ARCHIE:  Ten-card twenty-one.  What are the odds of that?

WARRICK:  The record's an eleven-card twenty-one.  That was back in '78.

(On video, ADANTO leaves the table.)

ARCHIE:  So he loses $102,300 in ten hands.  What's the $10,000 marker for?

WARICK:  Try to chase back the 102.

(They watch him play.)

WARRICK:  He lost it all.

(On video, they watch ADANTO fold up the marker and put it in his mouth.)

WARRICK:  He swallowed his loss.




WOMAN:  (over intercom)  All COs sign in with the desk sergeant.  All COs sign
in with the desk sergeant.


WARDEN HUTTON:  Miss Willows.  My COs are level 3 peace officers.  I will not
subject them to a DNA lineup that is nothing more than a wild goose chase.

CATHERINE:  We have probable cause to believe that a Correctional Officer was
involved with Baby Girl.

WARDEN HUTTON:  Involved in getting her pregnant, maybe, but that's a far cry
from homicide.

CATHERINE:  Nevertheless, as you pointed out, sex with an inmate is a crime.  
Which is the basis for my warrant.  

(CATHERINE holds out the warrant for the WARDEN.  The WARDEN takes it and
CATHERINE walks away.)

(She opens the door to the waiting room and walks inside.)

CATHERINE:  Okay, everybody, can I have your attention, please?




DET. VARTAN:  Hey, I did some digging. Withdrawal slip from Zero Adams' custodial
account the day of the murder.

WARRICK:  How much?

DET. VARTAN:  $102,000 even.

WARRICK:  Who are the signatories?

DET. VARTAN  Zero Zdams and Frank Samuels.

(DET. VARTAN shows WARRICK the slip.)



(DET. VARTAN and WARRICK take their findings to FRANK SAMUELS.)  

FRANK SAMUELS:  Uh, this is not my signature.  This is Zero's account.  I'm the
custodian, but, um, I didn't sign this.  Adanto.  That son of a ...

WRARICK:  What?  You knew about this?

FRANK SAMUELS:  Indirectly.  We had it out.

(Quick flashback to:  [APARTMENT]  FRANK is pacing the floors upset at ADANTO
who sits there with his head in his hands.)

FRANK SAMUELS:  Tell you something, you degenerate.  All I've heard from you is
how much money you blow day-trading, and now you want to touch your brother's
life savings?  You can forget about it.

ADANTO ADAMS:  Don't you see?  If I play perfect blackjack, there is no way we
can lose ...

(Around the corner out of sight, ZERO has his hands over his ears as he listens
to them arguing.)

FRANK SAMUELS:  There is no perfect blackjack.

(The men continue to argue.)

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

(WARRICK puts a piece of paper in front of FRANK.)

WARRICK:  I'm going to need, uh, a sample of ... of your handwriting.  Also need
a sample from Zero.

(FRANK takes the paper.)

FRANK SAMUELS:  Just copy this?


(He writes.)

(Fade to:  ZERO ADAMS gives a sample of his writing.)

(Fade to:  The sheet.)



(RONNIE LITRE goes over his findings of the writing samples with WARRICK.)  

RONNIE LITRE:  London letters is one of my favorite standard writing tests.  Uh,
the paragraph has every capital letter in the alphabet, as well as numbers one
through nine.

WARRICK:  Just tell me who's lying.

RONNIE LITRE:  Uh, okay.  Uh, Zero's not.  Uh, his signature is authentic.  
Proof is in the "Z."  

(RONNIE puts an enlarged sheet of paper on the table.)

RONNIE LITRE:  Okay, uh, look at the "F" in "Frank Samuels" from the withdrawal
slip, and then look at the "F" from the London Letters.

(He puts another sheet down on the table.)

RONNIE LITRE:  Different.  As well as the "S" in "Samuels," and the "S" in
"Switzerland."  Again, way off.  I hate to tell you, Warrick, but I think your
guardian might be telling you the truth.  And from what I can see, Zero didn't
forge it.

WARRICK:  Well, then who did?  Adanto?

RONNIE LITRE:  (shrugs)  Without a sample, I can't tell you.



(CATHERINE walks through the hallway when a smiling GREG finds her.)  

CATHERINE:  Start talking.

GREG:  The blood Nick and Sara found in the back of the bus-- consistent with
the victim.

CATHERINE:  Not a surprise.

GREG:  Semen found in the back of the bus matches your bus driver's DNA.

CATHERINE:  Also, not a surprise.

GREG:  Try this one.  Bus driver's DNA has 13 alleles in common with the
victim's unborn fetus.

(GREG walks away leaving CATHERINE with her mouth open in surprise.)




(CATHERINE interviews the bus driver DOUG HANSON in the presence of his

DOUG HANSON:  I don't believe you.

CATHERINE:  She was pregnant.  Twelve weeks.  And you're the father.  Your
attorney has reviewed your case file.

(DOUG HANSON turns to his LAWYER.)

LAWYER:  It's in there.


(NICK and SARA watch the interview.)

NICK:  When he said he expected something on top of his $11.65 an hour, I
thought he was talking about free car washes.

SARA:  There's no evidence of anti- or paramortem rape.  He'll claim it was

NICK:  It's still rape.  Under cover of authority.


DOUG HANSON:  She swore she couldn't have kids.  Too many turns at the coat
hanger ... (CATHERINE shakes her head.)  ... her words.

CATHERINE:  Yeah.  I imagine that you were pissed off when she broke the news.  
It kind of changes the power dynamics.

NICK:  And she blabs to the warden.  He's demoted from officer to inmate.

SARA:  That is murder.

DOUG HANSON:  I swear, I had no idea.

LAWYER:  Doug, let me handle this.  If the DA had sufficient evidence to file
murder charges, he would have.

CATHERINE:  Well, your client's already been charged with a felony.  DA has all
the time in the world.

DOUG HANSON:  Look, I can't fight the evidence.

LAWYER:  Doug, Doug, would you be quiet?

DOUG HANSON:  (to his lawyer)  Look, I got her pregnant.  I admit it.  I'll do
the time, okay?  (to CATHERINE)  But you can't prove that I killed her because I







WARRICK:  How's the knife handle coming?

DAVID HODGES:  Handled.  The substance Grissom scraped off was interior latex
house paint with titanium dioxide.

WARRICK:  That would be glossy, right?


WARRICK:  What's house paint doing on a knife handle?



(WARRICK talks with GRISSOM.)

GRISSOM:  In 1984, William Bergstrom asked old man Binion if he could come into
his casino and bet a million dollars on one roll of craps.  That November, he
put a briefcase full of $1 million on the "don't pass" line, rolled a seven on
the come-up.

WARRICK:  Loser.

GRISSOM:  Soon after that, he killed himself.

WARRICK:  So, what are you getting at?

GRISSOM:  If the wounds couldn't have been made by a handheld knife, maybe the
knife wasn't handheld.

WARRICK:  How else are you going to stab a guy?

GRISSOM:  Well, put the evidence aside for a second.  What was Adanto's state of
mind?  You've had a few bad runs.

WARRICK:  Guy comes into town, convinces his brother to invest in some two-bit
double-up system, ends up losing his life savings in a ten-card twenty-one.  In
a word:  Desperate.

GRISSOM:  So put that into context with your evidence.

(WARRICK looks at the knife.)



(CATHERINE walks into the lab.)  


GREG:  Do you think skin cells can survive fifty miles of rough desert road?

CATHERINE:  That's what I asked you.

GREG:  I analyzed every strip of fabric from the bus' chassis.  Zilch.  But I'm
a guy who likes to tie up loose ends, so I asked Doc Robbins to send over the
scraps that were tied to the body parts.  That's where I found them.  Fresh,
abraded epithelials.

(Quick flashback to:  Someone ties the wrists to the bus.  End of flashback.  
Resume to present.)

CATHERINE:  So, if the epithelial DNA matches the bus driver, this case is

GREG:  One problem.  Double "X" marks the spot.

CATHERINE:  It's female DNA?  Well, I guess we're looking at an inmate.

GREG:  Or female staff.

(ROBBINS walks into the lab.)

ROBBINS:  Excuse me. Am I interrupting?

CATHERINE:  Oh, not if the vic's skull is in that bag.

(ROBBINS pulls out the plastic bag with the skull in it and looks at it.)

ROBBINS:  Alas, poor Yorick.  (looks at GREG)  I knew him, Horatio.  

(He shows the skull to CATHERINE.)

ROBBINS:  The occipital bone retained the shape of the murder weapon.



(WARRICK looks around the apartment.)  

(Quick flashback of:  [KITCHEN]  ADANTO sits alone in the kitchen looking at the
knife in his hands.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

(WARRICK sighs.)

WARRICK:  Desperation.

(He lifts up his flashlight and looks at the blood on the sofa cushion.)

(Quick flashback to:  ADANTO sits on the sofa.  End of flashback.)

(WARRICK steps forward and looks at the blood on the floor.)

(Quick flashback to:  ADANTO lying on the floor, the knife in his chest.  End of

(WARRICK continues to look around.  He sees the damaged wood bits on the floor.  
He kneels down to look at it.  Then, he looks up and sees the damage in the

(Quick flashback to: ADANTO wedges the knife in the wall.)

ADANTO ADAMS:  (voice overs)  No way we can lose.

(ADANTO turns around, his back to the knife.)

ADANTO ADAMS:  (v.o.)  This is Vegas.   
ADANTO ADAMS:  (v.o.)  Anything can happen.

(He slams his back into the knife.  Over and over again.)

(He staggers over to the sofa and rests on it for a moment.  It's not enough.  
He looks at the knife again.)

ADANTO ADAMS:  (v.o.)  I found a way to make us some money.

(He grits his teeth, gets up and heads back to the knife.)

ADANTO ADAMS:   We're going to be rich like we always talked about.  I love you,

ZERO ADAMS:   I love you, too.

(He slams his chest into the knife.)

(End of flashback.)


ZERO ADAMS:  He killed himself?

WARRICK:  I'm afraid so.

ZERO ADAMS:  No. Why would he do that?

DET. VARTAN:  Your brother took out an insurance policy with an accidental death
clause.  It means that if he was murdered, the beneficiary would be entitled to
a million dollars.  You're the beneficiary.

WARRICK:  Unfortunately, the coroner is going to rule the case a suicide ... and
not a homicide, which makes that policy worthless.

ZERO ADAMS:  I-I was just trying to help my brother.  Oh ... (groans)  I want

DET. VARTAN:  Listen to me.  Frank will be facing charges of obstructing justice.  
Do you understand?  The court will appoint you another guardian.

ZERO ADAMS:  No, I don't want another guardian.  (shouts)  I want Frank!

(He looks imploringly at WARRICK.)

WARRICK:  (softly)  I'm sorry.



[INT. CSI -- LAB]  

(The skull is on a rotating metal plate as it's being scanned into computer.)  

NICK:  This program is scanning the topography of the skull and building a
three-dimensional image based on the data.  It should be done in a second, but
you can already see two concentric arcs.  

(The monitor shows the 3-d image of the skull.)

NICK:  Inner arc is impressed just a little bit deeper into the skull.  Check it

(It pauses on the wound.)

SARA:  Like a crater in a crater.

NICK:  Yeah.

SARA:  Can you enlarge to full screen?

NICK:  There.  

(On the monitor, the image of the skull focuses on the injury.)

NICK:  Small ...

(The image moves even closer to the injury.)

NICK:  ... evenly spaced indentations on the edge of the inner arc.

SARA:  I know what that is.

(The shape of the injury fades into the shape of a locker padlock.)

(The CGI padlock flips over and dissolves into the real padlock on the locker.)



(CLOSE-UP:  PADLOCK on locker.)  

(CATHERINE lifts up the padlock on CHRISTINE'S locker and sprays it to test for blood.)

CHRISTINE:  Skinny-ass feather worth as much trouble dead as she was alive?  I didn't ask her to move in here.

WARDEN HUTTON:  No one asked you.

(CATHERINE finds nothing.  She turns and looks at BRASS.)

BRASS:  So, Warden, baby girl was transferred to this cell about a week ago?

WARDEN HUTTON:  That's right.

BRASS:  Where was she last housed?

WARDEN HUTTON:  "D" block.



(CATHERINE tests the padlock on JUANITA ROYA'S locker.  The padlock glows.)

(She looks at the padlock and find something else.)

CATHERINE:  (softly)  White fibers.

(CATHERINE looks around the small cell.)

CATHERINE:  Warden, how often do the inmates have their laundry washed?

WARDEN HUTTON:  Twice a week:  One day for colors, one day for whites.  Tomorrow's a white day.

(CATHERINE grabs the laundry bag and checks it.)

CATHERINE:  You don't mind if I empty out your laundry bag, do you?

(CATHERINE goes through the whites in the bag.  She walks over to JUANITA.)

CATHERINE:  Juanita, would you remove your shoes, please?

(JUANITA doesn't move.)


(JUANITA removes her left shoe.)

WARDEN HUTTON:  The other.

(JUANITA removes her right shoe.  CATHERINE checks under JUANITA'S feet and finds a blood stain under her right foot.)

CATHERINE:  A lock in a sock.





CATHERINE:  Juanita, I read your rap sheet.  Possession with intent to sell.  
Your old man was using you as a drug meal, right?

JUANITA ROYA:  He was supposed to protect me.  He said if I got caught, he'd
take the fall.  After the drug raid, he disappeared.  Vanished.  I get locked
up.  I should've known better.

CATHERINE:  (sighs)  Well ... my ex drained my bank account.  I was saving up for this nice little house for my daughter and me, and ...

JUANITA ROYA:  as soon as you let 'em in, huh?

(JUANITA moves her arm and CATHERINE sees a tattoo of a half a heart on her arm.)  

CATHERINE:  (sighs)  Gets lonely in prison, doesn't it?  Was it the first time you had a relationship with a woman?


CATHERINE:  Tattoo.  Baby Girl had the other half.

JUANITA ROYA:  I'm not ... like that.

CATHERINE:  It wouldn't be the first time to cross gender lines in search of some ... affection.

JUANITA ROYA:  It was the first time I felt that way about anyone.

CATHERINE:  And Baby Girl ended up pregnant.  It's not like she could hide that from you.

JUANITY:  She said she had the flu.  Yeah, right.

(Quick flashback to:  BABY GIRL is throwing up in the toilet.  JUANITA is angry.)

JUANITA ROYA:  That's what you get for lying to me, for sneaking around.

(Flash to:  BABY GIRL walks up to the bars, her back is to JUANITA.)

ANTOINETTE STELLA (BABY GIRL):  I was just playing him, Juanita.  I was doing it for us.

JUANITA ROYA:  (angrily)  You're a liar!

ANTOINETTE STELLA (BABY GIRL):  Want to know the truth, Juanita?  In one month, I am out of this hole ... and away from you.

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

JUANITA ROYA:  And then, later that night, she said she was sorry, and we made up.  The next day, she got the Warden to transfer her ... out of our cell.  She wasn't playing Doug.  She was playing me.

CATHERINE:  So you killed her?

JUANITA ROYA:  She promised to end it with Doug.

(Quick flashback to:  [THE BUS]  JUANITA goes to the bus to clean it and finds BABY GIRL and DOUG HANSON inside.  She turns and runs out of the bus.)

(Cut to:  [THE CELL]  JUANITA takes the pad lock off the locker and slips it into a sock.  She angrily hits the bedding.)

(Cut back to:  [THE BUS]  DOUG HANSON walks out of the bus.  JUANITA slips into the bus where she finds BABY GIRL putting her clothes on.  She walks up behind BABY GIRL and hits her on the head with the sock.  BABY GIRL falls to the floor.)

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

CATHERINE:  You tied her body to the undercarriage of the bus and assumed we'd think that she died while attempting to escape ... right?

JUANITA ROYA:  If there's one thing I learned in prison ... it's to stick up for myself ... because nobody else will.

CATHERINE:  I think that you should know that Baby Girl was telling the truth about the transfer.  It wasn't her request.  It was Warden Hutton's decision.  

(CATHERINE shows JUANITA the necklace.)

CATHERINE:  She was caught trying to smuggle in this necklace and was reprimanded.  I'm guessing it was for you.

(JUANITA looks at the necklace and cries.)



(Various cuts of:  JUANITA is escorted through the facility and put back into her cell.  The cell door closes behind her.)

(JUANITA climbs up on the top bunk and lies down.)

(Camera holds on JUANITA.)



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Bonjour à tous ! * Sondages sur quartiers Lie to Me et Jéricho, venez, Merci !

emeline53 (21:45)

Le concours Freeform est toujours en place ! Les quartiers PLL, Shadowhunters, Baby Daddy et The Fosters (entre autres !!) vous attendent pour participer au quizz et/ou au concours de wallpapers bonne soirée !

carina123 (09:46)

Le calendrier du quartier Lie to Me pour le mois de novembre est déjà posté !, n'hésitez pas à venir pour les sondages des quartiers Lie to Me et Jéricho, Bonne journée à tous !

Locksley (12:16)

Il vous reste quelques jours pour départager les cartes de notre concours HypnoDesign Halloween. Pensez à aller voter et à commenter les créations, ça fera plaisir aux participants ! Bonne journée !

albi2302 (17:14)

Plus que quelques heures pour vous inscrire à la partie HypnoGame spécial Halloween de samedi !
Pour plus d'informations, rendez-vous sur le forum.

DGreyMan (23:28)

Vous l'attendiez tous (au moins quelques uns, en tout cas) : le sondage nouveau du quartier Game of Thrones vient d'arriver ! Merci d'avance au futurs votants et gros poutous au futurs commentateurs ^^

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