Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
CSI: NY- Season 2
left. It turned out to be D.J Pratt's left ear. Stella and Mac told him that they detailed every aspect of his booking so that he couldn't cry harassment. She showed him a picture of his left ear, then the print Lindsay found on the passenger window where Aiden was lying. Thanks for taking my quiz!
Montana. This is because she is from Bozeman, Montana. There are a few references to her not being from New York, such as Mac asking her "What do they feed you up there in Montana?" after she shoulders a criminal onto the bonnet of a car.
Charles Cooper and D.J Pratt. One of the DNA profiles on Lillian Stanwick confirms a match to Charles Cooper. However, in separating the profiles and analyzing peak heights, the lab determined that his semen was a lot more degraded than the other sample. This means Charles wasn't the last person to have intercourse with her in the storm tunnel. The second semen profile matched a name in the CSI database: D.J. Pratt. D.J. Pratt was the rape suspect acquitted because a victim wouldn't testify. He was the reason that Aiden was fired, because she tampered with evidence in the case. Stella remembered Lillian's landlady complaining about a missing housepainter. D.J. Pratt was a housepainter. It has been known that he stalked women from the apartment buildings and condos he painted.
Bit her murderer then the car upholstery. Mac and Stella interrogated an arrogant D.J. Pratt. His lawyer was on his way over, but he couldn't do a thing because Aiden deliberately left behind all the evidence CSI would need to get a murder conviction. The bite mark on Pratt's forearm was a dental match to Aiden's teeth. She left her former CSI colleagues a clue to look for it by biting into the armrest of the Cadillac. She knew she was going to die so she protected the bite mark clue with her head as she was lit on fire.
Aiden. She was murdered by D.J Pratt, the man she was determined to catch for Regina Moore's rape. The CSIs' initially think that she is a 'Jane Doe' as she is charred beyond recognition. Dr. Hawkes sketched out a facial profile of the 'Jane Doe' on a photo of the skull with the markers that he's sandwiched between Bristol paper and a Vellum overlay. A disturbing picture is forming; he feeds into the FASTSCAN Facial Recognition software. When Mac arrives back at CSI, Hawkes has some devastating news to report. His facial reconstruction on the "Jane Doe" has turned up a matching profile to former CSI, Aiden Burn.
Superman. Clark Kranen was a resident patient at a New York Psychiatric Home who suffered from developmental challenges and low cognitive skills.
Orderly Vern Dox shows Mac and Stella Clark's room. It contains cheap crime novels, plastic furniture, a karate trophy, and a photo of Clark with his brother, Steven.
Yes. She says she doesn't in front of her partner but Hawkes finds out the truth. Her partner is Sam's real father and Carolyn is his biological mother. She was trying to get him adopted.
Danny and Lindsay. Danny and Lindsay arrive at a homicide in Greenwich Village. The body of Gideon Epp lies in the gutter, a glue bucket nearby, and posters advertising a band, "The Missing Notes," scattered about. They notice that some of Gideon's posters have been torn down from a wall and covered by another band, "The Weak Alibis." Could this have been a turf war?
Green. It is initially thought that Serena died of blunt force trauma to the head. There was a blood trail all the way down the catwalk. Mac follows the blood trail backstage to the changing area and finds a bloody, dented can of green paint, the same shade as that applied to Serena's body. It looks like they have their murder weapon, and a hundred suspects.