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oh, my gosh, man. hell, no. shut up, let me think. come on, man, we gotta go! no, we gottao, man. if we get stopped, i'm not explainin' why there's two dead white people in the trunk. let's go! all right! this is what we gonna do-- we're gonna dump the bodies, wipe down the trunk, and no one will ever know. nuh-uh, man, we gotta go. come on! will you look! look! whoever did this left the key in her hand. now, they dead and i'm sorry about that, but they ain't gettin' in my way. are you down? eddie! you down? yeah, i'm down. good. now grab that thing out of her hand. me? why i gotta grab it? because i'm your big brother and driving is my job, and taking stuff off of dead bodies is yours. rry up. aah! [gasps] let go! brendon! brendon! brendon! help me... brendon! help me!
no...[gasps] run! [classical music playing] [cell phone ringing] hey, you. hey. next time i decide if i want to keepworking at doctors without borders, please shoot me. at country are you in right now? right now, all i see is sand. so, south... sandistan, i think. mm... [sighs] when are you gonna get home? they kept me out here for 10 months. who knows? [doorbell rings] do you need to get that? mm-mmm. no, not right now. [doorbelrings] you sure?
what's going on? 'cause there's something. why does there have to be something? can't i just want to make my wife happy? [laughs] it's nothing. it's a good thing. there is a thing. yes. but i've been in an airplane for 20 hours, and we're not gonna talk about this right now. and i also just heard your phone go off. that means you've got a psycho killer to catch. we aren't done talki about this. shh. i'm sleeping. look. oh... it looks like someone is taking the term "motor city" too literally. in the last month, detroit p.d. has found two different crime scenes in the trunks of two different cars. married couples in each trunk? yeah. brian and melissa cain in car number one, paul and ezabeth garrett in car number two. elizabeth was found alive by a couple of kids,
well, it takes a lot of skill to force a couple into their own car, even with a gun. but once he does, it's one-stop shopping for this guy. his car beco an abduction vehicle and a dumping site. according to missing persons reports, he holds on to them for about a week. do you know what he does with them during that time? yes, unfortunately i do, and that information is on your tablets in picture form. and if you'll excuse me, i'm going to go to my happy place. ah. wow, this guy sure likes to cut, doesn't he? mostly shallow. they could almost be considered hesitation marks, except for the sheer number. m.e. puts the count at nearly 50 per victim, and the cause of death is one final stab that's fatal. physical and psychological sadism. they never know if the next cut is the one that will kill them. and the amount of urban decay in detroit gives him a lot of room to maneuver. we need to stop him before he takes another couple. [gasping] oh, god. oh, god... it's ok. it's ok. it's all right. just hang on. why is he doing this to us?
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"nor are those we love. "it is a happy chance if we, changing, continue to love the changed person." w. somerset maugham. so, we know this unsub uses the victims' own cars as his dumpsite. technically, it's not a dumpsite, it's a transportation disposal modality. the point is, what does he do once he abandons the car? walk? well, both cars were found about 500 feet from public transportation. he could catch a bus or a train, but back to where? his secondary location is most likely in detroit. both the couples he kidnapped are from grosse pointe, which is one of the most affluent communities in all of america, and it's only 8 miles from downtown. well, then he's probably from grosse point, too. to overwhelm two people at once, he has to blend in. it feels like the real question is, why married couples? if he's a sadist, having a witness to his torture heightens his pleasure. israel keyes kidnapped a husband and wife at gunpoint, got them in a car, took them to a remote location, and then killed the husband in front of the wife. rossi: keyes was a sexual sadist, though.
cutting a husband and wife to death, it's--it's more like he's mocking their marriage bond. that's where my head's at. they took each other for better or worse, now i'm going to show youorse. so his home life's probably a wreck. at least one ex-wife, not to mention his mom and dad. all right, we need to hit the ground running. reid, i wa you working on a geographic profile. blake, you and rossi go to the morgue, cover victimology. jj and morgan, go look at the cars. we need to understand how he's gaining control of the victims. near as i can tell, your guy cuts in a mirror pattern. what he does to the husband he matches with the wife. except the wife had diagonal cuts downward and the husband's were horizontal. in their chest and torso, yeah. that gives me a sense of the attacker's height. if the attacker's taller than the victim, the knife will go down. but if he's shorter, it'll go in straight. so the unsub's taller than the wife but shorter than the husband. wife's 5'4", husband's 5'8" so the unsub's about 5'7". shrimpy guy. wait a minute. look at the first couple. she was 5'11", he was 6'2".
down on her, straight on him. rossi: well, it doesn't work if the unsub's 5'7". the geometry's off. i couldn't account for it. frankly, i was hoping you could. right. face me. put your right hand up. i'm the wife, i'm 5'4". stab me in the chest. bam. but i do the same to you. this is why he takes couples. he wants them to hurt each other. i posted extra patrols around the transit stops like you requested. good. and i gave dr. reid as detailed a map of detroit and grosse pointe as i could. so, he should be all right there. wow. what'd you find? well, date night is very important to this unsub. he goes on dates? no, but his victims do, and the unsub knows that. brian and melissa cain were abducted on a saturday night. their last known credit card purchase was at an ice cream shop they regularly frequent. paul and elizabeth garrett had a standing matinee they went to every sunday. they were abducted in the early evening, most likely on theay to their car. he stalks them and learns their routines.
seeing them happy could enrage him. it gives him the upper hand. they're focused on each other.hey don't see him coming. ok, then, but how does he get them both into the car? get in the car or i'll kill your wife. i could see that once, but twice? welllet's play it out. all right. [beep] i would sit in the front seat. the unsub would get in the back with the wife. he'd make the wife get in first. it's just award. there's too many variables. he could lose control at any minute. somebody fights back or the husband just waits for the wife to get in and then locks the unsub out. well, what if he was waiting inside the car? it's dark, they're not paying attention. he jimmies a door. but that would leave a mark. he didn't leave any marks. all right, well, let's go look at the other car. [sighs] [beep beep]
[beep beep] what? the car didn't lock. it beeped. [beep beep] yeah, it beeped... but it's not making that locking sound. he's hacking the cars. that's how he's getting in. [sighs] [cell phone rings] how we doing, baby girl? we are doing terrible. we have another one. detective: my guys found the car 90 minutes ago. make andodel tells me it doesn't belong in the neighborhood. what are we, 5 miles from the last crime scene? less. what do you know about the victim? well, the car is registered dennis hammond. this is his wife mary. she was dumped alone. he's off pattern. what about the husband? did the unsub have a shot at him? actually, your agents are talking to him now. oh, god. uh, mr. hammond, if you want, we can do this at the station. no.
can you explain why it took you two days to file a missing persons report on mary? i was traveling. i didn't know. u didn't check in with your wife? we'd been fighting. about what? we have a standing thursday night dinner at our favorite restaurant. last thursday my boss told me i had to stay in cveland through the weekend. but i didn't get around to telling her that... till later that night. when she went to the restaurant by herself. yeah. so, the victim was supposed to meet her husband for date night and he never showed up. so the unsub wanted both but only got one. he's been patient and organized up to now. why wouldn't he wait? maybe one was enough? no. he gets off on watching couples. this unsub wouldn't change his m.o. without a reason.
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i'm fine. you quit doctors without borders, didn't you? just say it. i did not. i did not quit. well, then what? me on, you're killing me here. the worst thing you can do to a linguist is not communicate. alex-- you knew that when we got engaged. alex, they offered me the position at harvard. they did? yeah. decent hours. better pay. what did you tell them? i told them that i would only consider it if they gave you a position in the linguistics department, and they said ok. they did? they did. [laughs] now do you understand why i was waiting for you to come home so we could, you know, celebrate this thing together? this good thin it is. it's a very good thing. it's just...
not right now. it's taken me 10 years to get here. not just to get to the bau, but to restore my reputation inside the bureau. i know. and the job comes first for both of us. that was the deal. yeah, well, the deal also came with veto power. remember? one of us could always say, i want to be a couple again. alex... i want to be a couple again. blake. i gotta go. let me think about it. that means no. no. no, it means let me think about it. love you. [takes deep breath] what do you have? grosse point p.d. got another missing persons report. emma churchill.
her husband called it in. why doesn't this unsub want men anymore? the condition of mary hammond is drastically different than the couples. fewer cuts on her, but he held her for a shorter period of time. it's not just quantity, it's quality. the cuts are more superficial. like he's trying not to hurt her. until the one final stab in the sternum. she died quickly. that doesn't make sense. the unsub doesn't want to kill her quickly. he's a sadist. why would he do that? he wouldn't. but whoever she was locked up with would. you think there's another victim, one that we didn't account for? you asked why this unsub doesn't want men. it could because he still has one. based on the ages of the victims, we believe that the unsub is a 30- 40-year-old white male from grosse pointe. up until now he's been an equal opportunity, anger retaliatory sadist. whh is fancy talk for he hates the husbands as much as the wives. most likely because his own marria failed in a humiliating way and his wife left him for a man she may be engaged or even already married to. but a major shift happened with mary hammond.
but he needed someone to cut her. so his m.o. was forced to evolve. we believe he's abducted the sixth victim, a man, probably someone who reminds him of his own failed marriage. and he's keeping number 6 alive so he can repeat the process with emma churchill. rossi: number 6 could be a surrogate for the ex-wife's new husband or actually be the new husband. which is why the fastest way to find this unsub is through this most recent unknown victim. we need missing person reports for all men in grosse pointe and detroit as soon as possible. even though number 6 was forced to kill mary hammond, he may find it easier to cross that line with emma churchill. [alarm blaring] oh...oh... what the hell... hey!
hey! i don't belong in here! is there anybody in there? hello! hello! shut up. shut up! do you want him to come in here? him, who? [heavy footsteps] him. so we didn't see the pattern until we inspected mary hammond's car. we know he hacks the remote. it's not hard. it runs on a radio frequency. pretty easy to jam. bucks at your local electronics store. all right, so the victim thinks she's locked her car. [beep beep] but she hasn't. we thought that explained his entire abduction m.o.,
[cell phone rings] on this car's onboard computer. hey, baby girl. take it away, mama. sir, this guy is creepy clever. if i may direct your attention to the gps. yeah, i'm looking at it right now. all right, the map seems to be working fine. en you drive, the map moves with you. let's see what happens if you look at the driving history. he covers his tracks, so we we can't find a secondary location. yeah. like i said, creepy clever. and here is the diabolical part. when ihecked the software's internal time stamp to see when he turned it off, it's the same on every car-- 3 days before date night. morgan: all right, thanks, garcia. of course, of course. so he breaks into the car before the abductions. even his stalking's organized. but in order to pull th off, he needs access to their cars without attracting attention. we've already checked garages and dealerships. nothing matched the service records. which means there's some target-rich location where all the victims go. they park, he hacks in. we just don't know where. yes, this is ssa aaron hotchner. i need to speak to the a.g., please, as soon as possible.
and we need it fast. no. there's been some kind of mistake. i didn't do anything wrong! you can call my husband. he's waiting for me. did he attack you in your car? there was no mistake. i've been in here long enough to realize he doesn't make mistakes. how long have you been in here? is it still april? no. it's may. may. [gasps] he...he gives me clean clothes and food, but... there's no schedule to it. i can't keep track of the days. oh, my god. what's your name? emma. hi, emma.
[gasps] [clanking, whirring] begin. what does that mean? i just want you to know... i'm really sorry we have to do this. oh, my god. agent hotchner, what you're asking for is extremely sensitive. we're asking for you to cooperate with a federal investigation. you're presuming that the 3 different car companies represented in this room track our drivers via their gps. that's a bold presumption. actually, it's not bold, and we're presuming nothing. when customers access their gps for the first time, they go to a "terms and conditions" screen. they scroll to the bottom, they click the box that says "agree" so they can start using it. they don't realize they've just agreed to allowing their car to communicate its entire driving history with your corporate headquarters. for research purposes only, of course. the only reason these people agree to share this information with you is that they don't take the time to read the fine print.
ahem. we'll, uh-- we'll need to consult with risk management. we don't have time for lawyers. a woman's life is on the line and we need an answer now. aah! [gasping] [alarm blaring] i said, begin. emma, i have to come in there. no. no! get away from me! get away! then calm down. calm down. [door buzzes] it's not your turn. it's my turn. garcia, i don't get it. didn't the car companies give you the same gps data? yes, they did. but the meta-data has to be translated into latitude and longitude, which is like looking for a needle in a needlestack in a field of needles.