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Delia says Cragen used pay phones and paid cash for the transactions. When Benson gets up and says she is not listening to this, Foster asks her to hold on. She asks Delia what she wants — Delia just wants it to end. Exley wants one charge of third degree prostitution against Delia and asks her to drop it for her testimony against an SVU captain who abused escorts and ended up murdering one.
Benson brings up the first victim, Maggie Murphy, and he says he knows they have evidence implicating Anya, good luck in getting Columbia to extradite her. When Foster tells him to get her on US soil and then they will talk, he shakes his head and tells Foster she has no chips and they do, and call him when they are ready to bid.
He and Delia leave. Afterwards, Benson asks Foster if she would really play ball with them. Foster calls Exley a son of a bitch for pretending to care about her daughter. She explains that Sarah is 9 and has lobstein syndrome which makes her bones like glass. She also says she has confirmation of some of those allegations against Cragen. She got them from the wiretaps, and says Cassidy is her UC. She adds that David Haden came up on the wiretaps and they learned Haden and Benson were involved.
Benson asks now what? Benson says he is good police. Foster says the night Carissa was killed, she told Cragen that Amaro came on to her. Benson says not a chance. Foster says Amaro has been under stress, Benson was there when he and his wife had a public fight in the squad room.
Benson reiterates he would not hit on Carissa and he certainly would not kill her. Foster believes Benson is not being objective, saying that Cragen is the prime suspect. Foster says Benson thinks she knows Cragen but everybody has secrets, Foster adding that she herself does and so does Benson. Now they know Cragen does. Benson says there is now way that he did this. Foster feels this is one hell of a set up and then someone sent Carissa there. Benson thinks that is Delia and that Delia poached Carissa from Ganzel.
Foster asks if she is the one who is testifying against Delia on the prostitution charge, and Benson nods yes. Foster suggest Benson take a run at her. Rollins suspects Carissa killed the governor and then Delia killed Carissa for payback. Iris says she is not testifying about that. Iris also demands witness protection for her and her daughters, and Rollins replies she will talk to the DA about that. Rollins tells her to get some rest and they will see her in the morning. At Rikers, Benson visits with Cragen and says they will get her out of there.
But Cragen admits he does have exposure here. After he worked undercover as a john with Lena, he realized how lonely he was and how nice it was to have someone just to talk to. He says this seemed simpler than matchmaking site — you just pay and there are no strings.
He talked about companionship and says that is all it was. A few dates, he slipped and then came to his senses. She urges Cragen to get in front of this and to tell his lawyer. She says it has nothing to do with him and what ever happened with that woman. She is tired of waiting around for him to make time with them. Amaro asks who is in DC and Maria says no one, she took a communications post with the Pentagon and she and Zara will live with her parents.
Amaro becomes upset about Zara but Maria says she has been away from her for too long. She walks away and Amaro standing there, stunned. The officer watching the house says he got there at 8 and no one came in or left. Rollins realizes the gate is unlocked and she and Fin enter. As they walk inside the home looking for Iris, they found her dead in the bathtub, filled with blood red water. Later, Fin and Rollins are at the morgue and Rollins tells Warner she believes this was not a suicide.
Warner says there was alcohol and Xanax in her system and Rollins believes someone slipped it to her and then waited to kill her. Fin reinforces that they have a reason to be paranoid about this, and Rollins asks her not to rule it a suicide yet, to keep it open pending investigation. Elsewhere, Foster is questioning a very uncomfortable Amaro, who said he does not need a lawyer. She asks about the phone calls Carissa made to him, and he says she said she felt trapped and wanted out and did not make sense.
He confirmed on one call he got off quickly because of a personal matter but called her back a minute later but she did not pick up. He says he was only a witness in the murder investigation of Maggie Murphy. He admits he saw her earlier that night and she said she had information and he said he could not help her unless she came in to make a statement. When Foster asked if there were any witnesses, Amaro says Carissa approached him in the precinct parking lot so there were other officers around.
He does not think anyone heard them. He says he did not discuss personal matters and when Foster asks if he touched her physically, Amaro becomes agitated and asks who told her that, and who is she getting this from.
As Foster continues to press, Amaro become more irate and stands up. He asks her is she is happy now, and then looks into the camera and asks if they got what they wanted out of his, He storms out of the room.
Rollins says Delia only hires the best — no forced entry, no bruising, no witness — and Benson adds no prostitution case. Amaro walks up and comments that he thought they were meeting at noon?
Munch replies they feel he should sit this one out. Amaro is upset, asking if they really think he hit on her. Benson says no, but Amaro gets more upset, saying they think he also murdered her. Amaro thinks it is all coming from Cassidy, but Munch says they have it all wrong. Amaro is convinced that Cassidy has crossed over.
Amaro storms out of the bar but Munch calls out to him and Amaro stops. Munch tells him they are doing this for the captain AND him. Munch tells him to go home and be with his wife and daughter and he will keep him posted. As Amaro storms out the door, Benson gets a call from Foster, and then tells the other that Anya — the last possible witness against Delia - was killed in a car accident outside of Cartagena.
She thanks Benson for meeting her there. Foster comments on the fake accident, fake suicide, and thinks Delia is cleaning house. Benson adds framing her captain for Carissa murder. Foster says she is still murky on that one. Benson thinks Delia figured out that Carissa did the hit and maybe she blackmailed her to get Cragen. She thinks there is motive there on all three.
Benson said if Iris knew who Delia used to do her work, Iris took it with her. Benson admits that Cassidy told her that Delia sent goons in to threaten Ganzel. Foster replies good luck in getting Ganzel to ID them. Benson says they have to try — the captain is sitting in jail. Benson feels Ganzel trusts Cassidy and maybe she and Cassidy can work Ganzel.
Foster says this is a three year operation and does not want to put that in jeopardy. Benson replies neither does she. Cassidy feels he is on thin ice as it is, asking how many times he can tell Ganzel to cooperate with his former employers?
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Benson reminds him that Cragen is in Rikers and Delia put him there. Munch suggests one step at a time. Benson tells him to call Ganzel and tell him it is too hot to go after Delia himself. Cassidy says he will see what he can do, but that Benson needs to keep her partner out of this one — those tight wound cops are the ones you have to look out for. Cassidy leaves, saying he has a hot date. Fin explains that she and Munch had a court appearance. Rollins comments that she was the witness against Delia Wilson, wondering how that is not special victims?
X made unwanted grabs. He informs them a witness is on their way up and tells them to take the statement and he trusts they will treat him with respect. He then asks where the hell is Amaro? At the Dragon Pavilion, Cassidy is having dinner with his mother when Amaro interrupts and says they need to talk.
Cassidy asks if it can wait until he finishes dinner with his mom.
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Amaro apologizes to his mother but then says he needs to borrow his son for a few minutes. She tells them to do what they have to.
Cassidy says Amaro missed out; she had a thing for cops. Amaro wonders if Delia blackmailed her into setting up Cragen and him. Cassidy explains that Amaro was a cover story and her excuse to work Cragen.
Delia double crosses everybody. Cragen thinks Delia is too smart to hire guys that roll over, but Rollins thinks maybe not, there may be somebody they have leverage on. Cragen explains that there was — Iris — and Delia took care of her.
Rollins tells Munch his is not helping, but Cragen tells her Munch is right, there are five murders and he is the only one being charged. Rollins urges him to stay positive as they are not giving up. Cragen says he does not need slogans, just get him out of here. He walks away from them. Elsewhere, Foster asks Benson when was the last time she talked to Cassidy. Benson says yesterday, they wanted to get him to get Ganzel to cooperate. She asks Benson if she will try to find him, and Benson says yes.
Amaro is back at home and there is a knock at the door. He opens it to find Benson and he asks her what is up. She asks him to tell her. He appears to have been drinking, and asks if she wants to see his memo book, and he kicks a bottle laying on the floor. Benson explains they lost contact with Cassidy and his mother says Amaro was the last person he was seen with.
Amaro states Cassidy was holding back about Carissa; she and Ganzel had a private cell and Ganzel was the last person she spoke to that night. Benson questioned if Cassidy just volunteered this, and he says yeah — once he put a gun to his head. She suggests they take it outside as she does not want to wake up the family, and Amaro says they are not here.
He goes on to explain that Maria accepted a job in DC and took Zara with her, adding it is temporary. Benson says she is sorry, but he tells her it is late and he needs to try to sleep. But Cassidy manages to calm Ganzel and take the gun. Ganzel asks where was he, in Cassidy says he was taking care of business, and hands him a bag on Chinese food.
Ganzel says Delia got to Iris and Carissa and she has spies.
Ganzel is freaking out, telling Cassidy to check the loft for bugs. Cassidy says they should have left them on, as whoever planted them now will know they are on to them. Ganzel wonders who planted them, reminding Cassidy he hired him for security. Ganzel is upset that Cassidy goes know who, how, or when the bugs got there, asking what does he know. Ganzel calms slightly and says Carissa was his rock.
Cassidy cautions that if NYPD planted those bugs, they need to get in front of it. In Supreme Court, Delia explains to the judge she has no counsel as she let Exley go, saying that after he posted her bond, he misunderstood the nature of their relationship. As she has no finances of her own to hire another attorney, she will represent herself.
Delia counters she will be retaining her own experts to refute, adding that ME Warner has a relationship with the accused murderer — Cragen — which has biased her findings. The judge will not dismiss the charges. Ganzel thinks if they could nail him too they would, and when Fin tells Ganzel to watch himself, but Barry says he meant that as a complement.
Rollins says they understand Delia sent some thugs around to threaten him, and Ganzel says it was a couple months ago — 3 goons, thick necks, big guns, and they took baseball bats to his TVs and artwork. Ganzel this is why he keeps ex-NYPD on his payroll. Ganzel says now we are talking murder, saying Iris had two daughters, adding it is heartbreaking. Rollins explains they will need the bat and for him to testify at the grand jury.
Barry says testifying against Delia will put his client at risk — and the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward. Benson tells her to hold on, they have to give him something. Foster asks what they suggest, and Rollins says on the first murder — Maggie Murphy at the bachelor party — they know that it was Delia and Anya setting it up.
Benson says give him a pass on that, before Delia catches on that Ganzel is cooperating. Foster says she hopes Ganzel has something real. He is not talking yet. Benson thinks there is one way to up the pressure. Benson says Ganzel found bugs and Cassidy needs to end this.
Cassidy explains he put in three years and is not pulling out now. He says if she wants to help him to tell her idiot partner to keep it in his pants. She already did, and explains he is under a lot of pressure. Benson says it is taken care of.
Ganzel walks up, Cassidy asks Benson if there is something going on between her and Amaro. Benson tells him not to be an ass, and Ganzel asks them if they need a room.
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Cassidy says no, they are all good. As they walk out of the building, Benson tells Cassidy to drive with Ganzel. Cassidy yells to the other to back up, instead he turns and pulls a gun.
Cassidy pulls his own gun and tells the guy he does not want to do that. The man tells Cassidy to back off or he will shoot Ganzel. The running man runs into a man on a a bicycle and Benson catches up and cuffs the man to a pole. A female office pulls her gun and Cassidy tells her not to shoot, showing his badge, saying he is on the job.
The man trying to steal the car also says he is on the job. Cassidy says again he is police and is on the job. Benson runs up, holding her badge, yelling she is police on the job and not to shoot. Cassidy screams for Benson to get back. But the office shoots Cassidy twice in the chest and he drops to the ground.
She screams to call a bus. She tries to get him to stay with her and hang in there. He flatlines and the EMS man uses the paddles to shock him back. Benson tells them that Cassidy got shot by some uni — a rookie. Benson says she does not know. Harris says IAB wants her statement, and Benson says they should question the shooter first. Harris says they need to talk to her too, but she says after she sees how he is doing. Fin says that was a long time ago and he probably does not hold that against her.
Munch dryly says no — he probably does.
Harris walks up and says the bullet missed the artery but it got the spleen. Cassidy is still in surgery. Harris gets a phone call. Ganzel walks up and asks Benson how Cassidy is doing. Fin says they are doing the best they can. Ganzel says he will make some calls, he knows some cardiologists to get a second opinion — whatever he needs, a private room, the best — he wants to take care of them. Benson blankly says that is generous of him, and he reminds her that Cassidy took a bullet for him.
He comments the guy is ex-NYPD and gets shot by a cop, asking what is that about. Benson says he does not know but she promises she will find out. Ganzel says it is good Cassidy still has all of them on his side. Harris calls Benson over and tells her that IAB wants to see her now and it is good if he comes along. Benson responds that she does not need anybody to hold her hand, and he says it is not her call and he walks out with her. Back at the precinct, Benson looks at the photo of the office and says that is the shooter.
The IAB man says her name is Alana Gonzales, 2 years with the 11th and has a clean sheet and it is the first time firing her weapon. Benson says it is a bad shooting but he says that is his call, not hers. Harris tells her to explain what she saw, and Benson informs IAB what went down and she made chase with one while the other pulled his weapon on Ganzel and Cassidy drew his gun.
She caught a glimpse of the officers arriving, commenting that the radio car arrived exceptionally fast. Benson questioned if they interviewed the car thieves and IAB says no, the kid she caught lawyered up. Harris asks IAB if they can have the room. Benson is saying that that Ganzel made Cassidy and he set him up.
Harris says the timeline makes sense and asks if the kid she caught was young. Benson says he is barely shaving. Harris says maybe IAB is not the way to go. At Rikers, Fin speaks with the young kid — Archibald - and explains that the guy who got shot is a friend of the family.
The kid says he had nothing to do with it, but Fin says he know how the NYPD gets when one of their own gets shot. The kid swears he did not know he was a cop.
Fin tells him to do himself a favor and tell him what he did know. Later, back at the local bar, Fin tells Benson, Munch, and Rollins that the kid just joined the car theft ring and that morning he got a tip to stand by for a Rolls. Munch tells him to sit down. He asks how is Cassidy and Benson says he is sedated but out of critical condition. Fin explains that Archibald got a go call two minutes before Cassidy stepped outside and Fin has the cell phone number — a no name cell.
Benson bets Gonzales got the same call from the same cell. Rollins says the night Carissa was killed, she called Amaro, the squad room, and Cassidy once, but there was a number they could not trace — and finds that the number matches the go call. Amaro says Cassidy told him Carissa called Ganzel on a private cell and bets that is it. Benson thinks Ganzel set up his own carjacking and he made both of those calls while she and Cassidy were waiting for him.
Amaro thinks the rookies would give anything to IAB — and Fin comments friendly fire is bad enough, but adds a pre-arranged hit on a UC means they are on their own. Later, Amaro and Rollins are at a playground where they speak with officer Gonzales who is there with her sister.
They ask her to take a walk. She gets up and walks away with them. Rollins tells Gonzales the cop she shot is dead. Amaro says it was a hit and one of the car thieves told them everything. She says those two pieces of crap would say the cops did it. Rollins reminds her she is facing a murder charge on a fellow officer, and Gonzales says she should call her PBA office. Amaro says they know this was not her idea, and asks if she really wants to take all the weight. Amaro says her life would be over.
As Rollins and Amaro walk away from her, she tells them to wait. Rollins says Koundak is also her rabbi and she is sleeping with him. Foster will have to check if his name came up on the wiretaps.
She gets a message that says Cassidy is out of the woods and tells Benson to go see if Cassidy can make him. Benson tells him Ganzel called in a favor. Cassidy is shocked it was Ganzel, as Ganzel paid for the flowers and his hospital room. However, the SVU squad gets suspicious when they discover her account of the rape mimics the chapters in her book. Erbe will likely guest star in more episode later in the season. Special Victims Unit, titled " Manhattan Vigil ".
Longtime fans will be happy to know contains many nods to the series' pilot — Linklater played a man from a successful real estate family whose son goes missing. Pulsipher will be in more than one episode in this season. Supreme Court and is accused of fathering a child outside of marriage. The episode revolved around an armed and dangerous man who goes on a killing spree with Arquette's Jeannie - a prostitute with whom he has a long-standing relationship - representing the last person he calls.
Meara played Jeannie's mother, Irene, who worries for her daughter's health and safety. The duo joined previously announced guest star Jason Gedrick in the episode. Despite Sam's former criminal record and various stints behind bars, Fin doesn't think Sam is their man and asks his SVU partners for help getting to the bottom of the case.
The trials start simultaneously and both prosecutors must fight for a conviction before the other can destroy their case. Detective Benson questions the circumstances of the arrest and gathers enough evidence for ADA Barba to levy charges in Manhattan against another suspect. The two ambitious District Attorneys square off in separate trials for the same murder, hoping to get a conviction before the other derails their case.
Victoria Rowell also guest stars and Fred Norris makes a cameo appearance. Agent Lewis partners with the SVU when she suspects a rape-murder case is connected to several cases across the country.
This marked Harden's fourth episode on SVU. Harold Perrineau guest starred in the same episode as career criminal Brian Traymor, Jay Karnes also guest stars.
Ferrari witnesses a crime, but refuses to rat out his friend. Tambor has been cast as Ben Cohen, an attorney hired to defend a popular hip-hop artist after his arrest by the SVU. While Tambor's TV characters are often quite bizarre, Cohen is described as being no-nonsense and perhaps a bit overconfident in the popularity of his star client in court.
George Huang in the 19th episode entitled "Born Psychopath". This was Wong's second appearance on the show after his departure in season