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tv   Campaign 2016 Republican Debate  CBS  February 13, 2016 9:00pm-11:00pm EST

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is there anyone sitting here? want to go somewhere a little more private? lead the way. police! everybody stay right where you are! police! nypd! nypd! everybody remain where you are! hey, hey, that means don't move, sir. police! everybody zip up and stand against the wall. where you going, sweetheart? i swear, she just brought me back here. i'm having a bachelor party... yeah? we have a warrant to search the premises and to arrest anybody engaged in illegal activities. that's all of you. how come you're not arresting him, too? what's the problem? said some guy attacked her. he tried to rape me. sweetheart, when they don't pay you, it's not rape. it's theft of services. look, i'm not lying, okay? that guy was nuts. point him out and i'll haul his ass in with yours.
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i'm not moving until i make a report. man: this is a huge mistake. i had no idea what kind of a club this was. your fly's down. hey, what's happeng? hit a little snag in our raid. gal here says her name is chantilly. claims she was raped. almost raped. almost raped. you know the policy. if she cries rape, she's all yours. thanks, eddie. you're welcome. look, this guy tried to attack me. miss chantilly, first things first. why don't weork with your real name? lisa perez. lisa perez. you and me are going to have a problem if you're making something up to avoid charges. he tried to strangle me. look. i don't see anything. and if you weren't raped and there's no evidence of assault then there's not a lot we can do. what do you mean, "there's no evidence"? tective, you better come see this. oh, my god! that's randy!
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when you shop at kmart for valentine's day. why are you making me sit through ten lineups? the dude was gone when the storm troopers busted in. i told you that 300 times! tell us 300 more times. we love the sound of your voice. hey, i am a victim. why are you going to disrespect me? now, look, detectives munch and tutuola are going to get you coffee while you wait for the etch artist. that's your answer? coffee is your answer? when you get something in your mouth maybe you'll shut up for five seconds. you know what? i want everydy's name and badge number! hey, don't touch me like that. she's spunky. you get an i.d. on the victim? yeah, randy colligan, aka godiva, 23. worked at the club a little over a year. two prostitution priors. anything conclusive from the rape kit? no fluid from the preliminary. guy probably used a condom and it looks like she was strangled. trace evidence at the crime scene is goi to be a joke. i don't even want to know how many different dna strands are on that bathroom floor. this guy was ballsy. public place, plenty of potential witnesses.
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when she's too much trouble, he just finds another. my friends are getting killed all over the place and y'alare taking a break? somebody please find a sketch artist and set her up as far ay from me as possible. no, no, no. you got the eyes all messed up. miss, can you please stop knocking my arm? sit down, lisa. forget this. you're not going to try to find this guy. you don't care about me. okay, okay, the peecution rant? it's getting really old. my friends get raped all the time. who's investigating that? nobody, if your friends don't report the crime. we get punished because we don't act like society's version of a woman. we're at risk and nobody cares. you're at risk because you put yourself at risk. so do you, detective. yes, to help people like you. oh, no. the only people who help us is us and sister peg. should have listened to her. she told us some whack job was trying to choke girls. the nun who hands out clean needles to junkies? how did sister peg know about this? i thought you were the cop with all the answers. that's good enough. are we done?
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good morning, detectives. vice? special victims, stabler. this is benson. that must go over well with the church. we've settled on a "don't ask, don't tell" policy. you investigating a rape? rape-homicide of a sex worker at a nightclub called onyx. did you warn lisa perez about a man who watrying to strangle prostitutes? yes. how'd you hear about him? some of my girls. i keep a bad trick list sort of an internal memo about johns to avoid. "white guy. goes by 'jack psycho.' black guy, scar over his eye tried to kill me." is is the bad trick list? it's better than nothing. they're traumatized. i don't interrogate. do you call the police? my policy is no cops. none taken. no offense. this look like the guy you heard about? i'll show it around, let you know. got a card? it'd be better if we talked to them ourselves. i can't do that. we're not going to arrest them. i believe you, but they won't. i start handing them over to the police
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what exactly is your job? trying to keep them smart and safe like you. well, your homicide victim was a longtime sex worker. that's most evident. hep ", hep "b", pid, 23 years old. probably would have been infertile had she lived. how'd she die? hanging her with the belt was done postmortem. cause of death was strangulation but there's no fingerprint bruising. looklike he used his forearm. how can you tell? check out this crescent-shaped indentation on her neck. he must wear a jacket with a flat metal button on the cuff. pins her against the wall or the floor presses down with the forearm lees an imprint behind. once rigor sets in the indentation remains. a rapist who wears a jacket. that ought to narrow it down. best i can do for now. rape kit was negative for fluids. no blood under the nails. found three distinct hairs other than her own. she's a pro. all that proves is she had sex. that was the captain.
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how fortuitous. how'd you like to ride to the crime scene with two handsome members of the nypd? my lucky day. this is a real party zone: needled, pipes, condom wrappers empty 40s. neighborhood's a known track. she was probably a pro just doing some business. nobodyares if you scream. warner: detectives. got something? give me a boost, will you? i'm light as a feather. thank you. is that lipstick? yeah, and a nicely preserved thumbprint. shawn becker, convicted of assault and attempted rape in '94 released from attica three weeks ago. his po has been out of contact with him for the past four days. we got a radio car sitting on his residence. didn't take him long to get back in the saddle. key witness against him was an ex-girlfriend. she's since moved out of state
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so he's looking for a surrogate to take it out on. she hung him out to dry and he's doing the same thing. they've all got to be so literal. vice is handing out his mug to the working girls. i want you all to do the same. i know where we're heading off to. sister peg. the guy is on a mission. maybe now she'll be willing to break their confidence to save their lives. thanks. this'll be a big help. now we need yours. we need to talk to the women who've seen him. i can't do that. i'm sorry. and you care about these girls, huh? in the past year, i was mugged four times once at knifepoint. you tell me, detective. do i care about them enough? what you're doing is great but explain how you're helping anybody by preventing us from arresting this guy. i have to keep my word. but when he kills five, ten, 20 more times? what's your word going to mean then? just give us a location. we don't even need a name. a few of the girls used to work out of a hotel on 37th and tenth. they don't anymore. they said a guy hanging out around there
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man: police? stabler. yeah. that was quick. i just called you guys. why? somebody heard a gun go off, room 502. have you seen him? that's him. that's the guy. had a lady with him. shots fired. detectives on scene. send units to 515 west 37th street. nypd! open up! woman: i shot him. ma'am, drop the gun now! put down the gun. ( gasping ) shawn becker... and he's dead.
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i didn't intend to kill him. i just wanted him to stop. the guy was scum, so don't worry about that, okay? thank you for helping me. can you tell us what happened? look, we know that this guy was targeting prostitutes. so we're not here to jam you up for that. well, i was working in the bar next to the hotel. and he came in and he sat down next to me. to tell you thtruth i had warning bells going off the minute that he sat down.
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guess i was asking for this, right? nobody asks to get raped. you don't have to patronize me, detective. i mean, i appreciate the support and everything but i know the risks. occupational hazard, right? debra, what happened when you got up to that hotel room? well, i told him that we needed to settle up before we got started. and then he just hit me. like that was his plan all along. and he kept hitting me. and then he threw me on the bed. then he raped me. and then he pulled out a gun. and what did you do? i just kept fighting. and then he dropped the gun and i picked it up and i... pulled the trigger three times. and then the cavalry arrived. you are very lucky. i know. i know that.
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that you might not be so lucky next time, right? is this the part where you try to convince the seasoned hooker to mend her ways and become a contributing member of society? my card. on the back is a number for victims' services. thank you. everything confirms self-defense. guy beat the crap out of her so hard the hospital admitted her with a concussion. the tearing and the contusions from debra's rape kit are consistent with sexual assault. we know for a fact that becker was a rapist and a killer. so as far as we're concerned killing him was a public service. i'm inclined to agree. anythinglse? cragen: just tying up loose ends. nothing came up when we ran her name through the system. munch and fin are running the ballistics on the gun. i'll make my recommdation not to press charges. nice work. you know that gun you gave me off your rapist homicide
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munch: what body? unsolved homicide from last december. are you sure? firing pin impressions and breech face marks on the slugs are exact match in both homicides. it's going to be an unregistered h&k p7m8 auto. expensive. probably a dealer gun. any prints on the unfired bullets? magazine was empty. captain, we may have a small problem. problem? what problem? this is a good thing. now we know your dead guy capped somebody else about six months ago. our dead guy was in attica six months ago. previous victim was leonard graves. had quite a nice rap sheet. possession with intent to distribute carrying a concealed weapon. three shots to the head and robbed. 2-2 ruled it a drug-related homicide. aside from the gun, there's no immediate connection between becker and graves. maybe there is none. dealer guns get passed around. graves had it first, got shot by his own piece. becker bought it off the street six months later. then he gets killed witht, too? that's a big coincidence.
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look, this gun could've en making the rounds for years and i'm not all that interested in chasing after it. now what is the straight- line explanation here? debra weldon owned the gun all along and she killed the both of them. why do we think it was becker's gun in the first place? 'cause that's what she told us. and she's the one who shot him. guys, we have a big problem. debra weldon was raped by becker. she didn't make that up. then let's concentrate on who killed leonard graves. i want a fresh look at that case with our new theory. we won't get it from debra weldon or whatever her name is. why not? hospital says our hooker took off minutes after talking to the police. fake name, fake address, fake social. fake name's no surprise. it's typical pro behavior. it's also the behavior of somebody with something to hide. olivia, elliot, get on homicide at the 2-2. find out who looked good for the graves murder. john, fin... check with cab companies, dump the er phones and find our mystery hooker. graves was just a bad guy. plenty of reasons someone'd want to kill him. what's this credit card statement?
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we pulled the receipts every one of them signed "mrs. leonard graves." there is no mrs. leonard graves. only description we got from the merchants she was a blonde. she was smart. only kept it a couple of days didn't charge up enough to alert the credit card company. e's running all over town with his credit card no one once asks for id? you gave me your credit card to buy kathy's birthday present nobody asked me for id. 'cause you look like a cop. what'd she spend the money on? i do not look like a cop. 40 bucks on groceries, 15 bucks at a nail salon. make-up counter at saks $150 at the porter hotel midtown. she's treating herself. and somebody else. biggest expenditure-- $400 at fao schwarz. munch: mrs. kerber, we traced a call from mercy hospita to your residence at 3:25 this morning. did you take that call? yes, from maggie. she was mugged-- is that what you're investigating? how'd you know maggie?
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is this her? oh, yes. isn't it awful how that man beat her? what'd she call you about? well, she wanted to pick up joey early. came over about 5:00 this morning paid me and they left. where to? oh, they're going on a little vacation. yeah, maggie's always doing that. she's such a wonderful mother. fin: her full name's margaret peterson. we got her address, but like we expected, nobody home. mrs. kerber actually believes at maggie works nights in a diner. what diner waitress can afford $100 a night for a baby-sitter? did a little research on vicap. looked at murders in known prostitute areas where a credit card was stolen. from those we pulled only the cases whose charges included hotel rooms and children's items. philip malakowski in manhattan. michael o'connell in queens. john donatov, brad horton in new jersey. all of them unsolved homicides. we can pin all of these on maggie peterson? that's what it's looking like. one self-defense murder i can buy but six of them?
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three of these victims fall under our jurisdiction. becker, graves and malakowi. but it looks like we've got a bigger picture to consider so let's hear about everybody. well, other than the credit card purchases there's not much of a pattern. both becker and graves did time. donatov had a soliciting collar in jersey four years ago. the other three, clean. cause of death varies. two wereludgeoned, one was stabbed one had his throat slit, the last two were shot. now, most serial killers usone method. she's either using weapons of opportunity or trying to throw us off r trail. i'm not entirely comfortable labeling the suspect a serial killer. how many guys she got to whack to make you comfortable? i'm just not sure that she fits the typical profile. there is no profile for the female serial killer. the fbi studied 36 guys, like, 20 years ago. historians now believe that many unsolved murders re committed by women who got away with it simply because no one thought a girl could kill. maggie peterson certainly is a multiple killer but there's one fact that nobody's mentioning. she was raped. her actions could be the product
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what, you're saying she has a flashback and cuts a guy's throat? it could be more about a trigger. the guy does sometng that reminds her of a past assault and it provokes the same feelings of fear, anger helplessness... so whether or not the guy's going to attack her she thinks that she's in danger and she fights back. and then she goes on a shopping spree. no. she's celebrating her kills. these are all great theories but we know nothing until we find her. so let's follow the money. shawn becker was her last victim. did he have any cards? no one's giving a recent con a visa. we checked. which means sooner or later...
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special victims. we took the call about your homicide. well, we've got a victim but he ain't that special. got a report about somebody bleeding all over the inside of his seville. appearance paints a nice picture of how it went down. pants undone. rolled by a pro? rolled him good, too. looks like aboutsix stab wounds. no cash. lots of credit cards. we know she only likes take one. name's vincent bertram, lived on west end. get his credit report find out which one's missing.
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vincent bertram's credit report. guy was carrying more debt than all of our salaries combined. spen all this cash getting serviced in his car. it says he owns five credit cards. we onlfound four in his wallet, right? here. american express is missing. that's a wise choice. you get frequent flyer miles with that. what did the m.e. have to say? the cause of death was between tw and four hours ago. pre-release. is that significant? no, that's just cold. 30 minutes ago. $400 charge on the amex to the lancaster hotel. go on. i'll tell esu to meet you there. margaret peterson. police! get your hand up! get 'em up! no... no... put the baby down. no guns, please. no guns, okay? turn him over to me. you're scaring him. nice and easy, maggie. no one will get hurt if you hand me the boy. hand him over to me, maggie. no! no! don't hurt him! don't hurt him! maggie peterson, u're under arrest... joey! ...for the murder of vincent bertram. joey...
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anything you do or say can be... benson: where's acs? they can't pick the kid up for a couple of hours. she keeps asking for him. might make her more amenable to a confession. let's find out. could i make a suggestion? i'd just like topeak with her first. why? to do a mental status exam. just do it afterwards. if she thinks we're concerned about her mental state, we lose an advantage. we want her scared. i disagree. who knows how traumatized she is? if she feels like she's being ganged up on then she could just shut down completely. i'll just do a brief exam and then the two of you will be better equipped to question her once i'm done. this is new territory for everybody. i agree with the doc. do the recon, let us know where she's at. let's talk a little about your relationships. did you get along with your parents? no. no, i didn't. either of them? my mother died when i was six and my father... was not a very nice man.
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he was abusive. after my mothe.. he started drinking. when he drank, he got violent. have you ever had hallucinations-- saw things that weren't there or heard voices? no, nothing like that. have you ever felt someone was out to get you? no... well, yes, but then again i was right about that, wasn't i? have you ever felt that someone could, uh... put thoughts into your head or take away your own thoughts? ( chuckles ) god, do people really think that? no. i've never felt that way. have you ever experienced a situation in which you found yourself in another place and you couldn'tremember how you got there?
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how did you know that? when have you experienced this? when i go with these men. i'll be in a hotel room or someplace and... i don't know, i just blank out. and the next thing i know, i'm on the seet walking home. can you remember the first time that you blanked out? yes. i was a kid. that's what i'd do when my dad would start hitting me. i'd just float away... and pretend i wasn there. i haven't thought about this before. about what? how i keep doing it.
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i meet these men and i let them hurt me and then i... keep coming back for more. why do i do that? so, what's your diagnosis? she's not psychotic. but she does seem to suffer from ptsd and dissociative episodes. so you're still thinking it's a rape trauma? no. she's lying. she's just telling me what i want to hear. why don't you go in next? alone? i need to see her interacting with one other person not being interrogated by both of you. keep her talking. just let her direct the conversation. give her just enough rope to hang herself. so did dr. huang tell you about me? he says you act like you've been traumatized.
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yeah. what about your rape? it happened. i can't change that. you're a cop. don't things happen to you that other people might find traumatic? i guess. so you deal with it and you move on. like me. you know, maggie, there are a awful lot of dead bodies connected to you. i heard. you cut out of the hospital you gave everybody a false name. i thought you guys were going to arrest me for hooking. let's talk about vincent bertram. how'd that happen? you really want to talk about that? or maybe you're more interested in all the moments leading right up to it. so you get in his car... you get paid, you go to work and you stab him to death. am i... what am i missing here? do we really have to talk about this? really?
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what do you want to talk about? whatever you want to talk about. ( chuckles ) although guys like you you don't usually like to talk. guys like me? i am a professional detective stabler. i know men. why don't you sit back down over there. but you... you're different from most of the others. am i now? and how am i different? well, you try to be nice and normal but there's a part of you that will never be that guy. i mean, look at your body. who are you trying to impress? maybe my wife. oh, no. no, that entire package is for everyone else. you're a tease, detective stabler. and everything about you says "look at me.
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i aspire to that. you should listen to yourself. you sound just like a shrink. like i said, i know men. so you must enjoy your job. i'm good at it. you're not afraid of getting hurt? you walk around afraid you're never going to get what you want. i'm not afraid. detective... are you? ( knocking ) wow. thought we'd call you out of there before she took l her clothes off. what is she playing at? some kind of multiple personality defense? not quite.
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she senses other people's vulnerabilities she reads their personalities and then she performs accordingly. it's a classic sign of a sociopath. so, she reads my personality and decides to seduce me? well, for her, it's all about how to best manipulate the situation. you're the virile cop and so she's trying to appeal to your physical nature. i'm the good doctor, and so she's trying to appeal to my desire to help her. but she was raped. are you saying she manipulated that situation? in a sense. she might be targeting these violent men in order to make herself the sympathetic victim but she never feels like the victim because she always feels like she can control every man. so let's take away her control. you're right. and the best way to do that is by exposing her lies. that way she'll have nowhere to hide. tell her what we know. sit down on the chair, maggie.
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just us girls now. sit! that act of yours was a whole lot of fun to watch. but you should know that it's not going to work with me. what act? you pretend to be a victim, you can pretend to be a whore-- you can pretend to be whatever it is you want to be but it's a joke. maggie, you're done. where's my son? no, see, that's not going to work either. i do not believe that you are talking to me this way. i was raped more times than i can remember. right, and your mom died and your dad beat you. your mom's alive. no dad on the birth certificate. you never knew him, did you? is your mom a pro, too? where's my son? i need to see him. your son? you're never going to see that kid again.
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for a hotel room and a manicure. they raped me. you want the whole world to think that you're a victim? well, maggie, you're getting your wish because the state's going to kill you.
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always be real. don't be artificial, but always be sweet. nature valley granola bars. no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners. just good. maggie peterson's dna was found in trace evidence in both the malakowski and bertram murders. we also exhumed the remains of leonard graves-- got a match on two hairs. well, sounds like a tight case. but i'm guessing you didn't ask me here to brag. i'm making my recommendation to the capital committ. seeking the death penalty against a woman for the first time in new york state. that ought to get some headlines well, just based on the evidence it is clear to me that this is a death penalty case. and you want my blessing? you know my position
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george, you evaluated her. i want your opinion as a psychiatrist. do you honestly believe that all these men raped her and each murder was in self-defense? no, i don't. do you think she's legally insane? she may have any number of psychiatric disorders. but she knew what she was doing was wrong. she just didn't care. and if given the chance, will she kill again? in a second. she is a calculating predator. i love a good fight. i can't believe that turned into a women's rights debate. we don't have the right to execute a woman just because she's a woman? the majority of the capital committee agreed with your recommendation. we get lewin to sign it, we make the world a safer place and you're labeled the enemy of feminism. hey, as far as i'm concerned this is a coup for women's rights everywhere. maggie peterson has the right to a needle in the arm just like any other cold-blooded killer. lewin: so, she should just take it like a man?
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to do with it. the fact that she murdered four people in this jurisdiction alone does. but she's only charged with three. yeah, the fourth was ruled self-defense against a known rapist and murderer. i have a real problem with this. that one incident does not change the circumstances of the other murders. you think that the first woman new york state executes should be a single mother, prostitute, rape victim? serial killer. she knew those guys were violent. that's why she chose them-- to feel morally justified. you're saying she asked for it? cabot: being the victim of a violent crime does not mitigate capital punishment. neither does being a woman or being a mother. if this was a man we were talking about who was abused as a child and then murdered four women would we even be having this discussion? if you were seeking the death penalty? of course we would. donnelly: i don't think so, nora. because executing a man wouldn't offend the female constituents who put you in office.
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but i'm not going to kill anyone-- male or female-- if there's a possibility that they acted in self-defense. you don't like it... you can always run against me next term. woman: dr. erica olsen. i'm the chief of emergency services at st. andrew's. this is a medical chart you completed after treating maggie peterson in the e.r. defense one. will you read the first highlighted portion? "fractured cheekbone, facial lacs, multiple contusions." and please read the highlighted portion of your physician's notes. "bilateral bruising, injuries consistent with an assault. patient refused police notification." objection. why are we hearing about the defendant's medical history? i'd ke to know that, too, ms. greer. what is the date on that chart, dr. olsen? "march 12, 2000."
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to people's four, already in evidence. the document, which clearly establishes the discover of philip malakowski's body by police also dated march 12, 2000. so now we know. your objection's overruled, ms. cabot. woman: i wasn't surprised when the police told me vincent may have been killed by a prostitute. that was... somewhat of a hobby for him. greer: didn't bother you? if it meant he'd stay away from me, honestly, no. why? because i got tired of explaining the black eyes to my friends. objection. vincent bertram isn't on trial here. his murderer is. greer: my client maintains that she killed these men to keep them from raping or killing her. now, if they have a history of violent behavior the jury should hear it. overruled. greer: defense three:
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filed by mrs. bertram in august of last year. now, you called the police on your husband. what did he do? that night was unusually bad. he been drinking. he pulled me out of bed and started to hit me then tear off my nightgown. somehow i got away and got to the phone. the police showed up just in time. he would have raped me. or killed me. i know it. greer: so, maggie... you're a prostitute? peterson: yes. and you admit to being responsible
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and vincent bertram? yes. how do you feel about all that, maggie? about being a prostitute? well, i'm not proud of it. but i do what i have to in order to make a life for myself and my son. about killing those men; i am sorry they died. but if i hadn't protectemyself they would have killed me. and my son would be alone. i thought about him and it was the only thing that i could do. nothing further, your honor. you're not proud of being a prostitute but you do it anyway, in spite of these alleged attacks. i don't have a choice. i didn't grow up privileged
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i'm simply trying to survive. you say you were in danger with these men. that your life was threatened. yes. but the threat wasn't so great it stopped you from stealing their credit cards. you still found time to do that. well, i was only thinking of my son... of how i could make his life better. cabot: everything you do is for your son? peterson: he's the most important thing in my life. he's the only good thing that i've ever done. he's my little... prince. so, every day, you wake up you drop your son off at the baby-sitter's and you go to work. you knowingly put yourself in danger. you knowingly place yourself in situations you cannot control-- where, you admit, you could be killed. is that how you love your son? is that how you take care of the most important thing in your life? i accept the risk. i accept it on behalf of that boy.
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you can question my past. you can question my life and my profession. but do not ever question how much i love my son. how the hell did you miss the domestic incidence report? it wasn't on his rap sheet. the wife never filed charges. being a batterer does not make him a rapist. don't count on the jury to make that distinction. look, we got the weekend to poke holes in this defense. please tell me the e.r. doc's got a history of lying on the stand. something. not unless she lied about it from maggie's charts from two years ago. okay. so, we offer one count man two, eight to ten. no way. you paying attention, alex? we are screwed. do you honestly believe she killed all of those men in self-defense?
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we just give her exactly what she wts. she convinces the world she's the victim she's the perfect mother she's everybody's favorite hooker. how old did she say that her son was? uh, she said he turned two and a half. why? which means that he would have been born in april 2000. so? so... so, look at the medical report. it's dated march 2000. "para, zero, grav, zero." uh-huh. no pregnancies. no children. doctor would've noted she'd been eight months pregnant. unless she wasn't. we have her dna from the rape kit. the child is in acs custody. they'll give us permission for a sample. ere the hell did she get kid? she kills to get what she wants, right? she wanted to be a mother. greer: meeting on a sunday? level of desperation must be pretty high. not desperate. simply fulfilling my rosario obligation. so, the kid's not hers.
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do you want to tell her how you got your child, maggie, or should i? i don't know what you're talking about. let me jog your memory. 18 months ago, 26-year-old erin byers went grocery shopping. hebody was found in the store parking lot, strangled. her stolen car turned up a week later intact. her six-month-old son was never found. you'll never be able to introduce this. actually, it was your client who opened the door. everything she does is for her child. right? the judge will call a mistrial. fine. i'll just refile and tack on the kidnapping charges plus the murder of the mother. do you think a jury is going to believe your "i kill men because they beat me" story w? do you think the d.a. is going to give you another pass on the death penalty? try it. where's joey? with his father, who thought he was dead.
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murder two on all counts. concurrent sentences, 15 to 20. what about the new charges? we'll talk about that after i file. you'll never get a better deal than this. i'm not pleading guilty. i did not kill that woman. i found joey. she threw him away. it's over. this whole motherhood facade this lie you have told yourself and the whole world is going to be exposed. i have to think about it. fine. you can think about it all you like but if you don't tell me by tomorrow morning at 9:00 i'm going to make up your mind for you. is corrections producing the defendant or are wmaking the jury wait all day? we may have a plea, your honor. call down to the pens
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yes, waiting on defendant peterson. there's a prlem. guard: we didn't leave her alone that long. she used her stockings like a noose and just sat down till she died. "last will and testament. "i leave all my worldly belongings to my beloved son. without him, i am nothing." there's a number for a safety deposit box. says there's ten grand in there. her last act and this is when she decides to be selfless. look at her. every hair in place, perfect makeup. she gets to go out like a beauty queen
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it's a performance. performance of her life. captioned by media access group at wgbh narrator: in the criminal justice system sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. in new york city, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an ele squad known as the special victims unit.
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so, what kinds of things do you like to draw, chloe? cats. cats? i like cats. you know, your teacher showed me a really great picture that you drew. is that your family? uh-huh. are you in this picture? that's me and that's mommy and kyle. they look sad in this picture. are those tears? why are you crying? kyle is your brother? he's my half-brother. oh, 'cause you guys have different moms, right? we have the same daddy. daddy? there's no daddy in this picture. where's he? he's out of town. is tt why you're sad? no. hey, chloe are you sad 'cause someone's hurting you?
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usually chloe's very happy, outgoing but lately she's been withdrawn and i've noticed some bruises on her legs. okay, once detective benson's finished talking with her we'll need to take her to the hospital for an exam. the father's a little high-strung. what do i tell him? we'll send an officer here to meet him-- bring him to the hospital. what do you mean "high-strung"? a yeller, you know, corporate mogul type-- lawrence fuller. fuller telecom? yeah. guy's name is on my cable bill. well, you should probably also know that chloe's mother is gloria stanfield. the actress? she did a few movies about ten years ago. so you're asking for discretion? no, i'm just giving you fair warning. they're both a handful. chloe, your mom and kyle look really happy here, huh? how come you're the only one that's sad? because mommy loves kyle more than me. i bet she loves you both the same. she reads him stories all the time, but not to me.
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in his room. they close the door, and i'm not allowed. you never went in there? not one time? it was because i heard noises. i thought mommy was crying. what were they doing? they were playing in bed.
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constipated? trust number one doctor recommended dulcolax e dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief the colposcopic exam didn't reveal any signs of sexual abuse. anything the indicates straight psical abuse? some bruises on her shins. pretty typical for a five-year-old. scan showed healed wrist and tibia fractures but she doesn't remember how she got them. you talk to the parents yet? actually, we're going to wait till we speak with chloe. yeah, well, i think that's her father and he looks like he wants to go. are you the detectives who brought my daughter here?
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she's fine, mr. fuller. why don't we go someplace where we can discuss it more privately? school tells me i have to go to the hospital. no one tells me why. is chloe hurt? no, but there was some concern at her school. concern about what? she said some things that might indicate problems at home. what kind of problems? actually, we were hoping that you could help us with that. when did chloe break her wrist and r leg? when she was three. she fell off a slide in a playground. is that what this is about? it was an accident. you dragged her to a hospital for that? we brought her here based on a picture she drew at school and statements she made to detective benson... which seemed to... describe a sexual relationship between your wife and your son. what are you talking about?! what kind of picture? youraughter said she'd seen them sleeping in the same bed together. are you out of your mind?! she's... she's his mother.
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she had to. where's your wife now, mr. fuller? our house in the hamptons, antique shopping. have you ever seen any behavior that confirms chloe's story? i don't think so... but you damn well better believe i'll be finding out. sir, it's probably best if you allow us to investigate. you investigate all you like. i'm taking chloe home. stabler: kyle fuller's school records describe a normal, well-adjusted kid till the second grade when his mother was killed in a car accident. it's not surprising he had a tough time. in the fifth gradehis behavior got worse-- loss of appetite, sudden outbursts, fighting. that was the same year his father married gloria stanfield. could be adjusting to his stepmother. or his stepmother pulled a woody allen way back then. proving that's the only way we're going to charge her with statutory rape. it's not illegal to have sex with a 17-year-old. benson: he turned 17 last month. you don't think it's likely that the abuse started long before that? doesn't matter what i think if they're not breaking the law.
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she's still essentially his mother. she's taking advantage of her control over him. unless he's a normal teenager who's just happy to be banging an actress. look, if nothing else that environment is unhealthy for that little girl. well, this all depends on whether we believe what she's saying is true. and i do. kids her age don't usually make up things like this. when is the mother due back in town? anytime if she gets word we're looking at her. she's going to want to circle the family wagons. well, i'd like to know if we have a complaining witness before that happens. fin, you and john go talk to kyle. if he is a victim, he may want to know there's something he can do to stop it. you know, a family like this probably has plenty of hired help. something's going on in that house, they'd know about it. all right, discretion, everybody. the longer we keep this out of the papers, the better. fin: kyle fuller, can we talk to you alone for a minute? i'll see you guys later. what's this about?
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no, i won't see him till tonight. why, did something happen? no, he's fine. how are things going for you at home? okay. why? you get along with your mother? my stepmother? she's all right. why are you asking about her? one of our detectives talked to your sister chloe. we're with the special victims unit. one of the things we investigate is child abuse. you think chloe's being abused? no, not chloe; you. she told you that? she said you and your stepmother sleep in the same bed. is that true? okay, wait. wait, if you think that we're sleeping together... like, like having sex... that's just sick. i mean, gloria's been my stepmom since i was, like, ten. and you don't want to get her into trouble. we understand that. no, it's just that there's no way that we're-we're sleeping together or having sex, or anything. i mean... if that's what chloe told you
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i'm sorry you came down here and wasted your time but it's just not true. okay? detectives, i've told you three mes. my employment contract includes a confidentiality clause. meaninyou know something you just can't say. that's not what i mean. do you get along with ms. stanfield? she's an excellent employer and that's all i will say. what do they pay you for a gig like this? that's none of your concern. i'll bet there are a lot of under-the-table cash transactions. is that true? well, we could find out. drop a dime to the irs. have them go through your undeclared cash income with a fine-tooth comb. that would jam her up for what, about three years? minimum. we find truth in what chloe is saying your boss is going down. you'd better decide right now. do you want to join her? i saw them together once, a few weeks ago.
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i walked into the room. she was kissing kyle. it wasn't the way a mother kisses her son. ( phone ringing ) benson. it was only a moment. i hardly saw anything. sounds like you saw plenty. benson: thanks. gloria stanfield's back in town, at her lawyer's office. our presence is kindly requested. man: sorry to keep you waiting, detectives. you must know my client, gloria stanfield. heard a lot about you. i'll be with you in a minute. she wanted to clear this matter up as soon as she got back to town. stabler: how we the hamptons? dull. i know the other detectives already spoke to kyle. he told you the truth. i am not having a sexual relationship with my stepson. ( sighing ) what more can i tell you?
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i think she makes up stories. she's a child. benson: well, then, why do we have other adult witnesses who describe a pretty passionate kiss between you and your stepson? i kiss everyone, detective. lawyer:the simple fact is you're investigating the misconception ofn imaginative five-year-old. where do you think chloe got these ideas from? television, probably. my old movies, for that matter. now, this is really ridiculous. chloe draws a picture and everyone blows it out of proportion. i would never do anything to hurt my stepson. no complaining witness, no physical evidence of abuse no independent verification other than an uncooperative housekeeper who saw a stepmother kiss her stepson. and no indictment based on a kindergartner's art project. there's something going on in that house. that woman's wrong. we're going to need more than your gut. i can contact mycounterpart at children's services. at the very least, they can start a file on gloria.
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responding to a domestic disturbance at the formby day school what happened? gloria and her husband are fighting over who's taking the daughter. lawrence: you let me take my daughter home right now or i will slap a lawsuit on you... no, don't let him near her. don't you see how angry he gets? fast your neck will break. hey, shut up. she raped my son. god knows what she did to my daughter. our daughter! you don't deserve to be a mother. you're disgusting. yeah, make up some more stories! everyonenows it's so you can get out of child support! i'm going to kill you if you touch my children again! mr. fuller! i don't want to hear another threat like that. now, am i clear? yeah. you say i'm the abuser. he hits me and he hits them. you should investigate that! you two can fight this out in family court. until then, your children will be in the custody of the state. what?! you can't do that! if we think your children are in immanent danger, we certainly can. if they keep at it bring them in for disorderly conduct. fuller: oh, no, no, no. chloe, sweetheart... wait a minute. oh, baby. no! it's okay. this is kidnapping!
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to do an emergency removal of kyle fuller. pick him up at his school. ( bell ringing ) fin: you guys are friends of kyle fuller, right? you seen him? he left already. what are you guys investigating? kyle get along okay with his family, his stepmom? yeah, hehend gloria get along really well. how do you know? well, everybody knows about gloria. she's very, um... open. what, is she putting out for all his school buddies? not that; she just likes having guys around. she doesn't mind, you know, if you look at her. yeah, it's like she's wearing clothes but you can totally see through them. and she's always giving everybody back rubs. and what does kyle think of all this? he digs it. it's not his real mom. so, who cares? sounds like you think there's more going on than just back rubs and peep shows. i don't know if he's banging her but i wouldn't be surprised. ( chuckling ) where's the little one? acs placed her with an aunt and uncle in the area.
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any luck with kyle? no, not at home, not with friends. munch and fin are still out looking and, uh, your day isn't over yet. stabler: doorman called it in. no witnesses, nobody heard a struggle. where's the rest of the addams family? m.i.a. forced entry? door was ajar, locks intact. whoever did this knew the security code. there's no apparent robbery.
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this president's day event sears' experts will help you save 40% or more on kenmore hot buys. and save 20% or more on hot buys from other top brands. sears. house experts for home owners. blow to back of the head is probably what did it but he's got impact wounds to the torso, thighs, forearms. went down fighting. murder weapon looks like it's cylindrical two or three inches in diameter. like a baseball bat? that'd do it. found it under kyle's bed. i'll bag it for prints. fin's talking to the doorman to see if kyle left in a hurry. mr. fuller came in around 8:00. after about 20 minutes, ms. stanfield left. then kyle, about 15 minutes later. did you notice anything unusual about either of them? ms. stanfield was in a hurry, but that's typical. kyle... i guess he seemed a little upset. where are the other entrances? back and side doors, but they're all locked and hooked up to the alarm system and no one enters without signing in. pretty quiet today.
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just guests of the tenants. okay, let me get this back to you, okay? what's going on? your father was killed. somebody attacked him in your apartment. i'm sorry. where's gloria? well, i was going to ask you the same thing. taking your father's death kind of well, though. come on. housekeeper: it's my day off. i stopped by to check on ms. stanfield and the front door was open. i came in... found mr. fuller. why were you checking on ms. stanfield? well, she called after you took chloe. she was so upset, i... wanted to make sure she was all right. you know where she was calling from? i assumed here but there was no else in the apartment. she couldn't have done this, detective. it's not possible. munch: hod you get that shiner? at school, in phys. ed.
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thought it might be your dad. is that what happened? he started to hit you, and you defended yourself? no. i didn't kill him. any idea who did? where'd you go tonight? for a walk. why? 'cause i felt like it. your dad and stepmom were home before you left. it's got to be a pretty contentious relationship these days, huh? i don't know anything about it. okay, you went out for a walk. where did gloria go? she didn't kill him. well, how do you know? you went out for a walk. i just know. how many school uniforms do you have? about six. where's the one you wore today? changed when i got home. blood stains kind of clash with the schl colors, huh? ( knock at door )
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hold off on the questions for a minute. why? kid lawyered up. mr. schaefer, if you'll follow me to interrogation. stabler: you're not worried about a conflict of interest there, counselor? ms. stanfield is suspect, also. if charges are filed, kyle obtains new counsel. until then... no conflict. who's representing you? i'll answer any questions you have without my attorney present. i'm going to advise you against that. no. really, it's okay. i haven't got anything to hide. right this way. stanfield: i have no idea what happened. i went to a hotel tonight. stabler: why? you saw my husband at the school. do you honestly think i wanted to be anywhere near that man? benson: well, then why go home at all? well, detective benson, to get my things. my stepson was there. i tried to explain to him what was happening. kyle got so angry
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they started fighting. lawrence got physical, as usual... pushed him. i couldn't stand it anymore, so i left. you left your husbd to push around your stepson? how would i stop him? believe me, i've tried. it only makes things worse. will the hotel confirm your story? the sienna. they'll tell you when i checked in. is that all? one more thing. was your husband still breathing when you left? ( scoffs ) i didn't kill him. i have no reason. well, actually i could think of a couple. custody of the kids, inheriting his money. lawrence made me sign a prenuptial agreement. he always believed that i was a gold digger at heart. the money goes to kyle and chloe in trusts that i am not allowed to touch. so, when you left kyle and his father were still fighting? kyle didn't do this.
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so you don't know that for sure. look, i will answer any questions that you have about me but i just lost my husband and my daughter. i'm not going help you frame my stepson. cabot: anyone look good for the arrest? well, one's covering for the other. i'm just not sure who. the murder weapon was found under the boy's bed. i'm guessing gloria stanfield doesn'thave a baseball bat. well, it doesn't mean she didn't borrow it. kyle came back to the cme scene. if he killed the guy why the hell didn't he stay away? maybe to pick the murder weapon. only one set of prints on it. kyle fuller's. arrest him. we have been more than cooperative. so, if you're not planning on arresting kyle... stand up. why? because we're planning on arresting you. for what? the murder of lawrence fuller. come on. let's not make this any harder. you have the right to an attorney. you want my advice? don't take one that's on your mother's payroll. you're making a mistake. my son is innocent.
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so, if you've got a confession, now is the time to give it. i'll have him out by morning. kyle, don't say anything. i won't. i'm get a new lawyer. i'll take care of everything. don't tell them anything. clerk: docket endg 1-3-7 people v. kyle fuller. one count murder in the second degree. trevor langan for the defense, your honor. judge: how do you plead? not guilty. i'll hear the people on bail. cabot: the defendant has unlimited financial means at his disposal and no business or familial responsibilities. we consider him to be a flight risk and request remand, your honor. he's a 17-year-old boy with strong ties to his stepmother and his five- year-old sister. cabot: who is currently residing with relatives at the behest of the state pending an acs investigation of the stepmother. ngan: all the more reason he's not a flight risk, your honor. the defendant is charged with viciously beating his father to death with a baseball bat. this is a first arrest. he is no hardened criminal. bail is set
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onto mr. fuller's passport for the duration of the trial. ( bangs gavel ) next case. let's move it alone. clerk: docket ending... take him all of five seconds to come up with the cash. he didn't pull this off alone. find me some evidence and i will charge gloria stanfield as a co-conspirator. stabler: first place i'd like to look is her hotel room. i can't send you on a fishing expedition. the judge is going to want to know what you're looking for. kyle's school uniform. if he was wearing it when he killed fuller it's got to have blood all over it. he had to stash it somewhere. i'll get a warrant. gloria stanfield's room, please. i'm sorry. i can't give that out. this says you can. i can give you the room... but she's not in right now. well, do you know where she went? i arranged for a car to jfk. they didn't say where they were going. they? she had her son with her?
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but i'm sure he wasn't her son. not the way they were acting. anything from the passenger manifests? still calling on domestic flights. there are over 70 airlines that fly out of jfk. well, there's no activity on her credit cards. so, if the flew, they must've paid cash for the tickets. departed on flight 1647 to dulles. 11:00 this morning. d.c.-- what the hell they doing tre? thanks. they're already back. they landed at jfk two hours ago. desk clerk: the other officers have already searched the room. how many times do you need to see it? till we find what we're looking for. don't worry about it. the warrant's still valid. the guests may be inside. you know what? let's surprise them. benson: nypd. come on out, kyle. don't come in here! stabler: we've got a warrant to search this room and we're going to start with the bed. hey. did you forget that little detail about not leaving this jurisdiction? you blew it, buddy. we didn't do anything wrong.
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cheez-it grooves are the perfect union of a cheez-it and a chip. you mean like they got married? umm... guess... you'd make a pretty bride in that wedding gown. oh, it's a lab coat so... hey everyone, joe's getting married! bam bam ba bam. oh, i'm not. we take time for our cheese to mature
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where's kyle? in his cell at the courthouse waiting for a judge to revoke his bail and send his ass to riker's. explain this to me. you're questioning my client because she was in bed with her husband?
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benson: you want t tell us again how you never abused him, gloria? schaefer: he's 17 years old. it's not abuse. you expect us to believe that she waited until it was legal sleep with him? well, unless you have evidence to the contrary you have to believe it. i never abused him. we're in love. you're in love with a boy you've raised since he was 10 years old? sweetheart, that's not love, that's pedophilia. nothing happened until after he was 17. a month ago. you must have given him one hell of a birthday present, gloria. ( chuckles ) i'll take the blame for it. i was lone. my husband was never home, he hadn't touched me in over a year. kyle knew i was hurt. only wants me to be happy and i want the same thing for him. whatappened between us may be wrong in your eyes
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the detectives will explain to you that you've done nothing wrong at all. you're not blood related. there's no crime. stabler: so, the widow stanfield marries her stepson right in the middle of a murder investigation. now, neither one of them has to testify against each other in a court. it's a huge coincidence. schaefer: spousal privilege protects the sanctity of marriage, detectives. it also protects them from telling the truth about who killed lawrence fulle cabot: during the course of their investigation svu detectives discovered the defendant left his jurisdiction violating the conditions of his bail agreement. this was obviously not an attempt to skip bail, your honor as evidenced by the fact that my client was on his way back to new york before the detectives knew he was gone. the soul purpose of this trip was to travel to the state of virginia which allows nonresidents to obtain marriage licenses without waiting periods or blood tests. he skipped town to get married? virginia also allows a person under the age of 18
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despite the fact that the defendant was in fact marrying his legal guardian his stepmother, gloria stanfield currently under investigation for child abuse and murder. none of this is relevant to the matter of bail, your honor. but it is relevant to the defendant's trial. this marriage is an attempt to abuse spousal privilege and circumvent the very investigation which may land the defendant in jail. whether or not the defendant intended to avoid prosecution, he violated his bail agreement. bail is revoked. defendant is remanded. congratulations on your nuptials, young man. ( pounds gavel ) ( crowd murmuring ) cabot: get anything from the blushing bride? she's sticking to her story. nothing happened until after he turned 17. cut her loose. we sure the marriage is valid? according to the virginia state attorney's office there is nothing on the books preventing a minor from marrying his stepparent. it's perfectly legal. ( crowd clamoring ) and newsworthy. did gloria stanfield abuse her children?
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for her husband's murder? we have no comment. hey, does gloria stanfield's pregnancy have any effect on the child abuse allegations? who told youhat? i'm not at liberty to say. let me talk to you for a second. hey, hey, hey, i won't reveal my sources. ( clamoring continues ) reporter: you know what? don't give me this intimidation crap. first amendment, kids. i'm a journalist. for the national probe. that's a real respectable publication. ( chuckling ): you guys are just pissed 'cause i got the goods before you. what'd you do, stake out her doctor's office? bribe some receptionist for her medical records? all i'm saying is she's knocked up. three months along, and that stepson of hers is the father. how do you know that? because she brought him with her to the appointment. use your brains, honey. why else would she marry the kid? ( buzzer sounds, door clangs open ) heard you were going to be a daddy. that true? don't answer that. why the hell not? whatever his answer is doesn't incriminate him, just his mother. gloria is my wife. look at him. you know what that is? fatherly pride. fin: kid's yours, then?
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of gloria stanfield's child. but it's possible, right? ask him something he can actually answer or we're done. did she tell you that was your baby? is that why you got married? anything gloria told me was after we were married. that means i don't have to answer your question. thank you, detective benson. and they say chivalry's dead. you shopping for your husband's funeral or maternity clothes? ah, a little bit of both. we wanted to offer our congratulations to you. and you're briing me a present. yep. paternity test, paid for by the state. why? i think you can guess. so you can prove i had sex with kyle before he was 17. do i have a choice? you can wait until the baby is born. we can get a court order, but that means you have six more months of visits to look forward to from detective benson and myself
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ntact my attorney. he'll set up the test. congratulations. it's a boy. not what we wanted to know. mm, makes the paternity testing a lot easier. only have to compare the y chromosomes. got lawrence fuller's dna from the morgue. he and kyle have the same y. and so should the baby. ( cell phone rings ) no. chromosomes don't match. benson. somebody else is the father. thanks. you're not going to believe this. hmm... gloria stanfield is in the hospital. she's been raped. came in by ambulance about an hour ago. contusions to her thighs and upper arms. rape kit was positive for fluids. she lose consciousness? awake for the whole thing. he hit her hard. bruising's pretty severe. no sign of trauma to the baby. we're keeping her overnight for observation. thanks.
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who did this to you, gloria? i don't know. ( snickers ): you going to tell us some stranger just crawled in through your window? forget it, gloria. you know who did it because you were sleeping with him. every word out of your mouth has been a lie. now, you want ouhelp you give us his name, and you give it to us now. frank barbarossa. i ju... i had a stupid fling with him. i ended it months ago. i-i thought he was over it, and all this time he was just thinking of ways to hurt me. he the father of your baby?
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when he found out that i married kyle, he went crazy. i really did think that kyle killed his fher. i was just trying to protect him. but now you think differently. you think this, uh... frank murdered your husband? ( crying ): yes! he said it was my fault. that if i keep playing games with people sooner or later that i was going to have to pay. and then if i couldn't understand that that he would do the same thing to me that he did to lawrence.
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every wonder what we're made of? no artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners. nature valley granola bars. frank barbarossa? who are you? police, frankie. you're under arrest. what are you arresting me for? raping gloria stanfield. rape? wait a minute. she was raped? and beaten, tough guy. that's why you pump iron, so you can mess up women? no, no. you-you guys are making a mistake. you're making a mistake. i didn't, i didn't rape her. i didn't rape her! then i'm glad we got your dna so we can clear your good name. fin: no record. the guy's a personal trainer. three of his clients live in gloria stanfield's building. she one of them? no, but he was there the night of the murder. doorman didn't mention it because barbarossa's in the building all the time. he checked in at 7:30, out by 9:10. to see who? according to this, one his clients, greta zabor
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which leaves half an hour unaccounted for. what happened to gloria? ah, one of those guys who likes to relive it. all righ legs, arms... didn't touch the face, though because what fun is it to rape a movie star if you can't recognize her, right? ( panting ) oh, my god. what's the matter, frankie? you can't stand the sight of your own work? no, i-i didn't do this. i-i love her, okay? i would never lay a hand on her. where were you last night? i was home. anyone confirm that? no, no, i-i live alone, i... look, why do you guys think this was me? 'cause she fingered you. what? she said that you raped her then threatened to kill her like you killed her husband. no, that's a lie. read her statement, frank. we got you. and we've got your dna to match to the rape kit. that alone, will get you 12-and-half to 25 years of personal training at attica. no, man. it ain't gonna match, 'cause i didn't rape her.
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that's another 25 to life. your parole officer hasn't even been born yet. look, i'm telling you guys, i didn't kill anybody. think about this, frankie: the jury sees you-- the schmuck trainer of the rich and famous. you're jealous; you want what they have so you knock up the actress kill the husband and set up the son. wee got officers going through your place right now. you think they're going to find anything? did you throw away those shoes you were weari when you killed that guy? i hope so, because blood is really hard to b off. damn near impossible. that lying bitch. tell me about it. that bitch! i'm gonna kill her! sit down! no! no, you get me a lawyer. you get me a lawyer. i don't say anything. legal aid's backed up. frankie won't have representation until tonight. it doesn't matter once the dna comes back. no lawyer's going to get him out of this. got the luds on barbarossa's cell. something interesting. got a call the night of fuller's murder, at 8:40. there's the missing half hour.
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where was the call from? benson: pay phone, in the deli across the strt. odds are, it's one of two people: gloria or kyle. they we both out of the apartment by then. i doubt kyle's going to call his wife's boyfriend. it was her. she calls barbarossa minutes before he kills her husband. why? find out. fin: you know this woman? yeah, yeah. i've seen her in the neighborhood. a real diva, that one. she ever been in here? uh, a few nights ago. i asked her for an autograph. she acted like i was stalking her. screw her. she's not that good of an actress anyway. what'd she come in here for? uh... made a phone call on a pay phone then she watched out the window for a few minutes made one more call, then left. what was going on out the window? i think she was waiting for somebody to come out of the building across the street. you happened to eavesdrop on those phone conversations? no, man, and i tried. thanks. got your message--
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what did you do to my sperm? benson: not a thing. somebody did because there's no way it came off a rape victim. look at this. see how the tail of each sperm is bent at the tip? yeah, what does that tell you? this sperm was frozen. so unless your guy was shooting through ice cubes there's no way the semen could've come from a rape. do we know whose sperm it is? oh, it's your guy. frozen or not, the dna from the rape kit matched the dna from his towel which matched the paternity test. there's another thing: presence of spermicide from the rape-kit sample. like from a condom. that gloria saved after she had sex with frank barbarossa. she freezes it. she plants it on herself to set him up for rape. and murder. you drop the rape charges, he'll plead to murder two. minimum sentencing recommendation. why should we do that? because he's going to give you gloria stanfield. he agrees to testify against her
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and you've got a deal. go ahead. the bitch set me up. frankie... just tell her what you know, okay? i'd have done anything for her. i didn't care about the money and all that. i killed the husband but... i did it because gloria told me to. cabot: how did she set up the murder? she called me that night, and she said he was crazy and that... if i didn't do it right then that he was going to kill her. did she pay you? that's not why i did it. she said she was afraid for her life. he used to knock her and those kids around all the time. she said if he was out of the way that we could be together. but he'd never let her go. telling you about her abusive husband doesn't mean she asked you to kill him. well, how the hell you think i got in the apartment? she gave me the security code.
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because you were screwing her so she could've given it to you at anytime. yeah, but she made up a rape to frame me. that proves that she's a liar, not a murderer. the kid's baseball bat-- she told me where it was and she told me what to do with it when i was done. it was her idea to set him up, too. mr. barbarossa, with your statement you are the only person going to jail for this murder. i need something i can prove. well, i guess she's going to get away with it. we arresting her? nothing he said definitively points to gloria. this might. dumped the pay phone from the deli. that other call that gloria made went to kyle fuller's cell. wonder what that conversation entailed. "honey, get out of the house. your father's about to get murdered." it would explain why he's sitting in riker's. he thinks she did; he's protecting her. you get kyle to testify to that
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and an indictment against gloria. when's kyle getting released? i'm bringing barbarossa's confession before a judge tomorrow morning to formally drop the charges. kyle's a free man by noon. and a dead man. he cashes in that trust gloria's got no reason to keep him around anymore. langan: my client's being released within in the hour, detective so i'm not quite sure what we're doing here. you know why they're dropping the charges? because i didn't kill my father. they tell you who did? some guy that worked in my apartment building. no, not some guy. your stepmother's boyfriend. you think you can just make up these lies and i'm going to believe you? you've been sitting in prison for one reason: your stepmother set you up for murder. that's not true. kyle, think about it. the weapon was your baseball bat hidden under your bed. and whose idea was that? that was your stepmother's. gloria is my wife.
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results of her paternity test. see for yourself. kyle, there's no reason to protect her anymore. she doesn't deserve it. it's not true. can't argue with dna. benson: she had her boyfriend kill your father and he did it because gloria told him that they would live happily ever after. she said the same thing to you, didn't she?
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and so she got someone else to do it. but she wanted to get married to me. it was her idea. so you wouldn't testify against her. but i would've protected her. she didn't have to lie. she called you that night before you left the apartment. what'd she say to you? she told me to leave. she was going to take care of everything and then after that night, we'd be together. she told me she loved me. hey, can i have your autograph? what are you, following me? we heard you made an appointment. family planning services.
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guess nobody's safe around you. hey. what are you doing? sweetheart, i told you why i can't have the baby. we agreed that this was the best thing for us. right. and you said it was mine, which proves we were having sex before i was 17. kyle... this is for us. no, it's not. look, i know the baby isn't mine so if you want to kill it, go ahead. i don't care anymore. kyle, please... just tell me something. this whole time we were together this whole year
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so i would do whatever you wanted? absolutely not. because if it was... you didn't have to do that. you didn't have to pretend. i already loved you, gloria. i can't remember when i didn't. i do love you, kyle. we're married. that's why i don't want to have another man's baby. look, i only lied to you because i-i-i thought you were too young to understand and it was my mistake. i will not let that happen again. i had my lawyer do this. it's for you. benson: petition for divorce, gloria. you're going to be a free woman. not for long, though. you're under arrest for murder. you don't know what you're doing, kyle. no...
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mom. narrator: in the criminal justice system sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. in new york city, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the special victims unit.
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( whirring ) ( snoring ) ( loudlattering ) ( whispers ): armando, wake up. what? shh! someone's in the house. ( clattering ) call 911. i can't find the phone. just... t in the closet. ( clattering ) ( cocking ) is that you, itsy?
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