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#16.20 : De Chicago à New York (2ème partie)

Synopsis : Benson et Voight mènent leurs équipes sur une affaire de viol et d'assassinats similaire à un cas de New York vieux de plus de 10 ans. Quand ils sont forcés de libérer leur principal suspect, le Chicago PD rejoint le SVU à New York dans la poursuite de Yates.


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Titre VO
Daydream Believer

Titre VF
De Chicago à New York (2ème partie)

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 09.03.2016 à 00:20
1.29m / 32.2% (Part)

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Mercredi 29.04.2015 à 22:00
9.28m / 2.1% (18-49)

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Réalisateur : Martha Mitchell 

Scénaristes : Matt Olmstead , Warren Leight 

Olivia Benson’s office

Olivia Benson: Fin and Amaro filled me in. He's still driving Lindsay's car?

Voight: We think so. He's smart. Taking back roads. Avoiding tolls.

Olivia Benson: Okay, what's the timeline?

Voight: Nadia's cell goes dead around 5:00 in Chicago. Two hours later, he swapped plates at a gas station near Elkhart, Indiana.

Olivia Benson: And you think that he's headed here?

Voight: Well, the second switch is at a parking lot just east of Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania.

Olivia Benson: And New York is his old stomping ground.

Voight: He used to be somebody when he was there.

Olivia Benson: Yeah, so he could be here by early morning. You put out alerts?

Voight: Yeah, his photo, hers too. Flagged both their credit cards. Also checking for stolen cards along the way.

Olivia Benson: Okay, as soon as you can confirm his new license plate, we'll broadcast it.

Voight: Your guys, Lindsay, and I are on the next flight out. Hopefully we get there before he does. Look, Olivia, just something else... Nadia... She's a good kid.

Olivia Benson: So I've heard.

Voight: And we know what he's doing to her.

Olivia Benson: Don't go there. That never helps.

Voight: Yeah, I know.


Greg Yates: We made pretty good time. Looks like we'll get there about dawn. You ever see the sun rise over the East River? Nod your head. Yes? No?

Nadia: Let me go.

Greg Yates: Oh, all the girls say that. "Please don't kill me. I'll do whatever you want." Pretty soon you'll beg for your life. And a little secret: towards the end... You'll cry for your mama.

Nadia: Not me.

Greg Yates: Oh, you will.

Nadia: You know what's gonna happen to you?

Greg Yates: You're a funny girl.

Nadia: If you kill me, Hank Voight is gonna track you down and make you wish you'd never been born.

Greg Yates: Enough small talk for now.

SUV office

Olivia Benson: Okay, Chicago PD's flight finally landed at LaGuardia. What can I tell Voight?

Amanda Rollins: We got a hit from a stolen credit card used to buy gas, an ice pick, and a shovel. It was off of route 78 near Plainfield, New Jersey. They're getting close. We've got local police getting an ID from the clerk now.

Sonny Carisi: There's no hits on the last known plates, so he might have switched them again.

Amanda Rollins: Still, he's got to take a tunnel or a bridge to get into Manhattan.

Sonny Carisi: He's driving the most common car on the road. So what, are we gonna stop every silver Camry?

Olivia Benson: We're gonna stop every one driven by a male, white, that fits Yates' description and check every known location that Yates frequented when he lived here.

Amanda Rollins: Hey, Sergeant, we may have a hit on Lindsay's car. It's south of the Broadway Bridge.

Olivia Benson: Let's go.

Abandoned Shipyard

Voight: All right, what have we got?

Olivia Benson: We just got here.

Amanda Rollins: The sanitation truck spotted it. I mean, it's not exactly public parking.

Lindsay: It's mine.

Nick Amaro: Locked.

Fin Tutuola: Nothing. No body.

Lindsay: I gave her that scarf.

Voight: She left it for us to find.

Lindsay: So she could still be alive.

Olivia Benson: Okay, there's no way he walked out of here, okay? We're gonna get more units, canines, cadets, check to see if there's any reports of stolen vehicles. We're gonna get him.


Woman: Yep. Yeah, I'm there. Okay. Yeah. Yeah, yeah.

Greg Yates: Need help with that?

Woman: Oh, thank you.

Greg Yates: Sure.


Woman2: Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Oh, oh, oh, oh!


Voight: Was it Yates?

Olivia Benson: Could have been. There was two vics. One DOA, a slender brunette with long hair.

Lindsay: Is the other one Nadia?

Amanda Rollins: No. It was a flight attendant sharing an apartment. Brutally beaten. He left behind a sap. Cracked their skulls. Both sexually assaulted.

Voight: She's a witness?

Olivia Benson: Not to the crime. The perp helped her with her bags as he left the courtyard.

Voight: Time?

Amanda Rollins: About half an hour ago. Her apartment's across from the girls. The door was ajar. She called it in.

Lindsay: Do you mind if I help?

Olivia Benson: Of course.

Amanda Rollins: Listen, CSU's upstairs.

Voight: Yeah. I need to see for myself.


Witness: This is a nightmare. They were so young.

Sonny Carisi: Ma'am, you said that the man you saw was white in his 40s. Any of these guys?

Witness: Him, maybe, or... Him.

Lindsay: Did you see which way he went? Was he on foot? Did he get into a car?

Witness: I just remember he had the nicest smile.

Sonny Carisi: Okay, thank you, ma'am.


Lindsay: If he did this to these two, where the hell is Nadia?

Olivia Benson: Did she ID him?

Sonny Carisi: Sort of.

Lindsay: Not much else though.

Amanda Rollins: Okay, it's 30 minutes. He could have hopped on the subway. He could have stolen another car.

Olivia Benson: Or there's a reason that he's in this neighbourhood. Find out if there's anything from his past that ties him to Elmhurst.


Voight: I'm gonna kill this animal.

Olivia Benson: Okay, any sign of forced entry? So he charmed his way in. That's his MO.

Amanda Rollins: Yes and no. Leaving the door open, the bodies in situ, the weapon...

Voight: Your point?

Amanda Rollins: He's decompensating. He's getting sloppy or he knows we're closing in on him, and this is his final spree.

Sonny Carisi: Hey, Sarge, Yates got a parking ticket back in 2004, three blocks from here.

Lindsay: Fin and Amaro are on the way.

Olivia Benson: Okay, flood the zone.


Fin Tutuola: Unis canvassed the block. Neighbours saw a male, white, Yates' age and height, follow a woman into this house.

Nick Amaro: Hit it.


Nick Amaro: NYPD!

Fin Tutuola: Everybody down.

Greg Yates: You can't just come in here like that.

Susie Frain: What's going on?

Voight: Where is she?

Greg Yates: She? Who? What is this about?

Lindsay: Ma'am... Ma'am!

Voight: Where's Nadia?

Greg Yates: I don't know.

Nick Amaro: Sergeant, back off, we got him. Back off. Turn around.

Lindsay: Ma'am, are you all right?

Susie Frain: I'm fine. We're having lunch. What is this?

Fin Tutuola: You know this guy?

Susie Frain: Greg? He's my fiancé.

Nick Amaro: Come on.

SUV office

Voight: Hey.

Halstead: You got him? Where is he?

Voight: He's in with Rollins.

Halstead: He still hasn't told us where Nadia is?

Voight: Nope. We could use a bad cop in there.

Interview room

Greg Yates: I don't know what happened to Nadia.

Halstead: You don't know? You kidnapped her.

Greg Yates: Kidnapped? No, she offered me a ride. Have you really not heard from her? No wonder you're so worried.

Halstead: Cut the crap. Where is she?

Amada Rollins: Dr. Yates, tell me how you and Nadia...

Greg Yates: Hooked up? Well, I was a bit on edge. I knew the Chicago cops were after me. I thought I should visit the station, maybe clear the air, but I met Nadia there and she thought that was a bad idea.

Halstead: Mm-hmm, and she, uh, she offered you a ride?

Greg Yates: Yes, she said she needed to get out of town, but she didn't want to drive alone. I don't know, I just went with it.

Amada Rollins: From what I know about you, you don't really act on impulse. As a surgeon, right, you can't. You have to be methodical, thoughtful.

Observation room

Voight: Is this an interrogation or a date?

Olivia Benson: She's getting him to talk.

Voight: He's jerking her around.

Fin Tutuola: Give her some time. He's been getting away with this for 20 years.

Sonny Carisi: And he's not gonna cave. The girlfriend.

Family room

Susie Frain: Greg and I have been involved on and off for 19 years. We met while he was at medical school.

Nick Amaro: Right, at Duke.

Susie Frain: Yes, I was a freshman. We moved to New York together.

Lindsay: That's a long time. When did you two get engaged?

Susie Frain: Just today, actually. He never wanted to commit. He's a bit of a rolling stone, but that kind of worked for me too.

Lindsay: Did you ever live together?

Susie Frain: No, I guess we both needed our space.

Nick Amaro: Did you ever wonder why he needed his space?

Susie Frain: He's a doctor. He's busy with his practice. He needs to unwind. He likes to take hikes. He rides his bike. He goes rock climbing.

Nick Amaro: Susie... Greg Yates is not who you think he is. Look, these girls went missing at Duke, in New York, New Orleans, Chicago. Girls who were raped, bludgeoned, burned. All while Greg was living in those cities.

Susie Frain: That is not possible. You don't know him like I do. He is kind, he's loving. He's never even raised his voice to me.

Lindsay: Okay, did he tell you why he was in New York?

Susie Frain: He said he wanted to see me, that he'd missed me. I have family out west. He said we should move there.

Nick Amaro: He left Chicago because police were about to arrest him for serial rape and murder.

Interview room

Greg Yates: Nadia looked at me like a father figure. She said she couldn't deal with the responsibility of being everyone's good girl, that she needed to spread her wings.

Halstead: You're sick! What happened to her?

Amanda Rollins: Okay, okay, okay. I think what my colleague is asking... You were the last one with her. You knew her mindset. What do you think happened to her?

Greg Yates: A pretty girl like that looking to party in New York? I mean, it kind of depends on who she fell in with, doesn't it?

Amanda Rollins: I mean, where... Do you think this person would take her?

Greg Yates: Oh, um... Well, he would probably take her to a remote location where he could do whatever he wanted to her.

Amanda Rollins: And after that?

Greg Yates: Maybe he would take her body to a special place. A sacred place. A place where he could visit her every once in a while. Maybe... Defile her again, you know. I can't imagine what you're going through right now. It must be horrible thinking about Nadia's last moments, how she must have suffered. Your lives must be a living hell wondering if you're ever even going to find the body.

Observation room

Voight: I'm going in.

Fin Tutuola: Just let Amanda do her job.

Family room

Susie Frain: No, no, that is just not possible.

Nick Amaro: This is where he was right before he came to your apartment. Look at it. He bludgeoned this girl to death, and that one's brain damaged.

Susie Frain: You're lying to me.

Nick Amaro: Am I?

Lindsay: Susie, why do you think I'm here? He kidnapped a girl in Chicago, and we tracked him here.

Susie Frain: No.

Lindsay: Nadia. He has her. She's my friend. On the drive here, he bought an ice pick and a shovel at a rest stop with a stolen credit card. Here.

Nick Amaro: We found this in his car along with her blood and his DNA.

Susie Frain: Now I know you're lying. He was at the beach. A special place he likes to go. He told me so. He had sand in his shoes. That's why I asked him about it. He said he had gone there to mediate. He decided he was going to ask me to marry him while sitting on that beach.

Lindsay: What beach, Susie?

Pelham Bay Park

Sonny Carisi: Susie said Yates sometimes took her to the main beach in the summers.

Voight: There's no bodies out here. Too public.

Nick Amaro: You're right, this place is mobbed in the summer.

Amada Rollins: Yates did speculate that the killer liked to come back and visit.

Lindsay: Maybe they're both playing us.

Olivia Benson: Someplace sacred. Search the woods.


Lindsay: Hey.

Voight: Was it her?

Lindsay: No, some old bones, a skull.

Amada Rollins: We got thigh bones, pelvic bones, a hand...

Sonny Carisi: All complete decomp. They've been there for years.

Olivia Benson: My God.

Nick Amaro: Hey, Sarge… We got her… I'm sorry.

Lindsay: No...

Voight: Cover her up.

Meeting room

Rafael Barba: Nadia Decotis.

Voight: Yeah.

Rafael Barba: She's the one you worked with?

Voight: Yeah.

Rafael Barba: I'm sorry.

Olivia Benson: She was raped and tortured and killed in a car that Yates dumped in Upper Manhattan. He must have stolen another car to transport her to his burial ground.

Rafael Barba: Burial ground? How many others?

Voight: Seven remains so far... They're working through the night. They're still digging.

Olivia Benson: The bodies have been there for years. It's down to skulls and bones. We're looking at dental records. Two hits so far.

Rafael Barba: Any of your cold cases?

Olivia Benson: Yes, that nurse that went missing in '04, and the other one was a high school student from Syosset.

Voight: Timelines are a match for Yates' years in New York, and New Orleans, Durham. Multiple missing and murdered women from Yates' years in those cities.

Rafael Barba: No forensics? Nothing to tie him to any of them?

Olivia Benson: No. Yates usually chooses his victims at random, okay? He either burned the bodies or he buried them. He never left evidence.

Rafael Barba: Not even with the two vics in Queens?

Olivia Benson: There's no blood from them on his clothes or on his body. He must have changed his clothes, washed himself. None of his DNA is in their apartment.

Rafael Barba: Can the vic who survived ID him?

Voight: Brain damage… I got a State's Attorney standing by in Chicago. We can try Yates for his last two victims there.

Rafael Barba: You mean the one he burned, along with any evidence? Or the one who apparently died while Yates was walking in the park with one of your detectives, along with your whole squad there to alibi him.

Olivia Benson: Hold on, Barba. This might be something. Nadia Decotis was not random. This was a screw you to Chicago PD.

Rafael Barba: Do we even have any evidence that puts Yates in the car with her?

Olivia Benson: Yes. We have forensics, and we have footage of him driving.

Voight: Not to mention he admits it.

Rafael Barba: She's our best case, Nadia Decotis.

Supreme court, part 21

Greg Yates: Nadia Decotis would be horrified to find me on trial for her murder. She was someone I grew close to.

Rafael Barba: Is there a point this?

Greg Yates: Yes. In light of the serious charges I'm facing, I've decided it's in my best interest to represent myself.

Rafael Barba: He's just decided this now?

Ms. Crane: This is the first I'm hearing of this, Your Honour.

Elana Barth: Dr. Yates, are you sure? You are entitled to competent counsel, and Ms. Crane is an experienced attorney.

Greg Yates: She is, but with all due respect, it's my life at stake, not hers.

Rafael Barba: This is a delaying tactic.

Greg Yates: No, I'm ready to go now. I may lack experience, but I am committed to clearing my name.

Elana Barth: Very well. Trial will proceed with Ms. Crane staying on as co-counsel.


Melinda Warner: As those autopsy and crime scene photos show, Nadia Decotis had been struck repeatedly by a heavy object in the head and chest, suffering traumatic wounds pre-mortem. She was then strangled. There are also ligature marks on her wrist and ankles indicating she had been bound.

Rafael Barba: Were there any signs of sexual assault?

Melinda Warner: Wounds and tears to her vagina and rectum indicating violent penetration.

Rafael Barba: I see, thank you.

Greg Yates: Doctor, forgive me, I am new at this. But those wounds of the vagina and rectum, are those the kinds of things you might see in the body of an active prostitute?

Melinda Warner: To some extent, but not...

Greg Yates: To some extent. Nothing further.


Lindsay: Nadia loved her job. She had really turned her life around. She was studying criminology to become a police officer. That was her dream.

Rafael Barba: Her dream. Did she ever tell you she wanted to throw it away and move to New York?

Lindsay: Absolutely not. When she disappeared, I knew something had happened to her.

Greg Yates: Objection. What the witness thinks she knows can't be evidence, can it?

Elana Barth: Sustained.

Rafael Barba: Detective Lindsay, when did you next see Ms. Decotis?

Lindsay: When we found her body in a shallow grave.

Rafael Barba: So something had happened to her. I'm very sorry.

Greg Yates: Detective Lindsay, did you meet Ms. Decotis through friends, at a party, a police benefit for widows and orphans...

Rafael Barba: Your Honour...

Elana Barth: Ask your question, Dr. Yates.

Greg Yates: Well, how did you meet Ms. Decotis?

Lindsay: I arrested her.

Greg Yates: For what?

Rafael Barba: Objection. What the murder victim did a year before she died is not relevant.

Greg Yates: It is if she was doing it again an hour before she died.

Rafael Barba: Approach?

Elana Barth: Mm-hmm.

Rafael Barba: Your Honour, there is absolutely no evidence that Ms. Decotis reverted to prior behaviour.

Greg Yates: There will be, Your Honour.

Elana Barth: In what form?

Greg Yates: My testimony. I was the last person to see her alive, except for the killer, of course. Detective Lindsay opened the door when she beatified Nadia.

Elana Barth: I'll give you some leeway since you're representing yourself, Dr. Yates, but move it along.

Greg Yates: What was Ms. Decotis doing when you arrested her?

Lindsay: She was working as an escort.

Greg Yates: As a prostitute. Was she on drugs?

Lindsay: She was addicted to heroin when I arrested her. She really struggled for a time, but when she was ready, she called me, and I brought her to rehab. She had been clean and sober ever since.

Greg Yates: Are you sure?

Lindsay: Yes. We became roommates. I saw her every day for a year.

Greg Yates: You sound very committed to her recovery. I can see how you'd hate to think that your little rescue project failed.

Rafael Barba: Objection.

Elana Barth: Sustained. You're done, Dr. Yates.

Greg Yates: Okeydoke.


Lindsay: I tried my best, but he just made her sound...

Voight: Erin, it's not on you. You just gonna let him get away with smearing Nadia like that?

Rafael Barba: There's a limit to how far he can go. When he exceeds it, I'll object.

Voight: You'll object?

Rafael Barba: Is there a problem?

Voight: There shouldn't be. He's a murderer and a rapist.

Rafael Barba: We all know that, but no offense to your legal acumen, the jury isn't privy to what we know. They all see the same charming man whose smile lured dozens of women to their deaths. Liv, we need to prep. This is going to be hard on you.

Olivia Benson: I'm fine, we went over it. Just give me a second, okay? Hey, maybe you don't want to be in there.

Voight: Yeah, I do.

Supreme court, part 21

Olivia Benson: A forensic exam found DNA from Ms. Decotis and from the defendant in Detective Lindsay's car. There was also blood from Ms. Decotis.

Rafael Barba: When you questioned the defendant about that car, what did he say?

Olivia Benson: He claimed that Ms. Decotis invited him to drive with her here from Chicago.

Rafael Barba: Did he offer any explanation for the presence of her blood in her car?

Olivia Benson: No, he did not. He did, however, say he was sure that she must have suffered.

Rafael Barba: No doubt. Thank you, Sergeant Benson.

Greg Yates: You don't like me, do you, Sergeant?

Rafael Barba: Objection. Relevance.

Elana Barth: Sustained. Dr. Yates, confine your questions to the case.

Greg Yates: Okay, the case. Sergeant Benson, you recently went to Chicago to investigate another rape, murder, and arson, didn't you?

Olivia Benson: Yes, I did.

Greg Yates: A murder similar to a case of yours from a dozen years ago in New York?

Olivia Benson: That's correct.

Greg Yates: And you were looking for one suspect in both of these murders.

Olivia Benson: Yes. You were that suspect.

Greg Yates: You say that today, Sergeant, but before I was arrested, you had another suspect in mind, didn't you?

Olivia Benson: I was consulting with Chicago PD. We were pursuing many leads.

Greg Yates: Oh, I see, and... From your investigative notes, was one of these leads a Dr. Will Halstead?

Olivia Benson: His name did come up.

Greg Yates: He was a medical student in New York at the time of the 2004 murders, so his name came up during that investigation?

Olivia Benson: He wasn't a suspect at the time.

Greg Yates: Really? Well, why did SVU speak with him?

Olivia Benson: Because he knew another woman who had gone missing.

Greg Yates: And did you suspect that the murderer you were looking for was involved in that case?

Olivia Benson: Yes.

Greg Yates: And then, Dr. Halstead shows up in Chicago right before that murder. He even works in the same hospital as the Chicago victim.

Olivia Benson: Yes, that's why I went and spoke with Dr. Halstead. He was ruled out by an alibi.

Greg Yates: I see, and that alibi was confirmed, not by you, but by the Intelligence Unit of the Chicago police, isn't that right?

Olivia Benson: Yes.

Greg Yates: A unit of the Chicago police that includes Detective Jay Halstead, who just happens to be the brother of Dr. Will Halstead.

Olivia Benson: Yes.

Greg Yates: The suspect's brother conveniently cleared your prime suspect, and you let him go on his merry way while looking for someone else to charge with murder.

Olivia Benson: Dr. Halstead was cleared because he didn't do it.

Olivia Benson: Yes.

Greg Yates: Interesting. Did you ask him where he was at the time Nadia Decotis went missing?

Olivia Benson: No, we did not.

Greg Yates: I guess you didn't want to know.

Rafael Barba: Objection.

Greg Yates: Withdrawn. No more questions.


Halstead: My brother was in Chicago that day. We could find a dozen witnesses.

Lindsay: Then the trial becomes about your brother and not Yates.

Fin Tutuola: He's smart.

Voight: He's scum.

Amanda Rollins: He knows what he's doing. He gets off on torture, even in court.

Supreme court, part 21

Greg Yates: I ran into Nadia outside the police station. She warned me about the Chicago PD. She said they were looking for a patsy.

Ms. Crane: And that's when you decided to drive to New York with Ms. Decotis?

Greg Yates: No, I made that decision when she told me what they were doing to her.

Ms. Crane: Which was what?

Greg Yates: Her boss there, Sergeant Voight, was making her have sex with him.

Rafael Barba: Objection, hearsay.

Greg Yates: It's key to my defence, Your Honour. I wasn't kidnapping her. I was trying to help her escape.

Elana Barth: If it goes to your state of mind, I'll allow it. Your testimony can only reflect what you saw or experienced.

Ms. Crane: Why did you get in the car with Nadia Decotis, Dr. Yates?

Greg Yates: I believed Sergeant Voight was raping her. She wanted to get away, I helped her drive. She was distraught at the abuse that she had suffered. She wanted to get high. I tried to talk her out of it.

Ms. Crane: Did you succeed?

Greg Yates: Oh, I wish. But as soon as we got to New York, she said that she was going to get a fix.

Rafael Barba: Objection. Hearsay.

Elana Barth: Sustained. Jury will disregard.

Ms. Crane: What was your last impression of Nadia Decotis based on what you witnessed?

Greg Yates: She had a look in her eyes... A look that I recognized from my medical practice. She was jonesing. I... I was afraid that she would prostitute herself to get the money to buy heroin. After all, that is the life she knew. She got out of the car. I never saw her again.

Ms. Crane: Thank you, sir.

Rafael Barba: So, Nadia Decotis told you she decided to flee Chicago?

Greg Yates: That's right.

Rafael Barba: Did she happen to tell you why she decided to go at that very moment, leaving behind $2,000 in a savings account, all her clothes and other belongings, the new friends she'd made, the Narcotics Anonymous group she'd been attending faithfully?

Greg Yates: She was desperate to get out. She didn't have her own car.

Rafael Barba: That's not the question.

Greg Yates: She was supposed to go to a birthday party but she...

Rafael Barba: Your Honour.

Elana Barth: Jury will disregard. Dr. Yates, limit your testimony to answering only the questions you are asked.

Rafael Barba: Did Ms. Decotis know that CPD considered you its main suspect in a series of brutal rape/murders?

Greg Yates: Yes, but she also knew...

Rafael Barba: She knew her entire squad was looking for you, and yet she asked you, of all people, to drive halfway across the country with her? Actually, withdrawn. Nothing further.

Greg Yates: Redirect, Your Honour.

Elana Barth: I'll allow.

Ms. Crane: Dr. Yates, do you have anything more to add?

Greg Yates: Yes. My impression of Nadia Decotis' emotional state when I got in the car with her was that she was under Sergeant Voight's command. She was traumatized by him tying her up...

Ms. Crane: Thank you, Doctor. Nothing further.

Greg Yates: And brutally forcing himself inside of her, again and again.

Greg Yates: Nothing further. Thank you, Doctor.


Olivia Benson: Counsellor, good job.

Amanda Rollins: Did you see what we saw?

Rafael Barba: The real Greg Yates?

Olivia Benson: I just hope the jury saw it.

Rafael Barba: They haven't yet. They will.

Supreme court, part 21

Rafael Barba: Dr. Warner, I just have a few more questions about Ms. Decotis' injuries.

Ms. Crane: Your Honour, we've already heard from this M.E. The state concluded its case.

Rafael Barba: The defendant alleged the victim was a prostitute. I'm entitled to refute.

Elana Barth: Yes, you are. Proceed.

Rafael Barba: Um... Did you find evidence in Ms. Decotis' body of multiple sexual partners?

Melinda Warner: No, there was no DNA, and the condom lubricant I found in her vagina and rectum was the same brand.

Rafael Barba: So she was assaulted in both places by the same man.

Melinda Warner: It's likely. Judging from the healing process, both penetrations occurred around the same time.

Rafael Barba: Did you make a full catalogue of Ms. Decotis' injuries as shown in these autopsy photos?

Melinda Warner: Yes. It was quite extensive.

Rafael Barba: Thank you, Doctor.

Elana Barth: Cross-examine?

Ms. Crane: No.

Greg Yates: Yes.

Elana Barth: Which is it?

Greg Yates: Uh, yes, Your Honour, I, uh... I do have a few questions. May I examine those photos?

Rafael Barba: Absolutely.

Elana Barth: Dr. Yates, your questions?

Greg Yates: Yes... Yes… Uh, Doctor, could Ms. Decotis' injuries have been caused by her prostitution?

Melinda Warner: It's unlikely. She was savaged.

Greg Yates: Savaged, you say. How so?

Melinda Warner: In addition to the blunt trauma and strangulation, there were cuts on her nipples and external genitalia.

Greg Yates: And her anal sphincter, was... Was that torn?

Melinda Warner: Yes, it was.

Greg Yates: And these injuries, though not fatal, they would have been painful?

Melinda Warner: Very. She died a slow death.

Greg Yates: How long did she survive after the first attack started?

Melinda Warner: 30 minutes, maybe longer.

Greg Yates: And she would have been in agony all through it?

Elana Barth: Mr. Barba, not to put words in your mouth, but I'm willing to entertain an objection if you have one.

Rafael Barba: I'm fine, Your Honour.

Greg Yates: Doctor, was she in a lot of pain?

Melinda Warner: Yes. I'm sure she was.

Greg Yates: Were there signs of struggle?

Melinda Warner: Yes. The skin was torn around the ligature marks.

Greg Yates: What goes through a victim's head in their final moments?

Ms. Crane: Your Honour, may I please speak with my client?

Greg Yates: No, I'm not done here.

Ms. Crane: A short recess.

Greg Yates: Sit down. Back to Nadia. Would the terror, the fear, have flooded her with adrenaline?

Melinda Warner: I can't answer that.

Greg Yates: Would she have awareness of what was going on? Would she understand that these were the final moments of her life? Come on, Doctor. We are both medical people. Use your knowledge! Or... Or don't.


Elana Barth: Members of the jury, have you reached a verdict?

President of the jury: We have, Your Honour. On the charge of rape and sodomy in the first degree, we find the defendant, Gregory Yates, guilty. On the charge of murder in the first degree, we find the defendant guilty.

Elana Barth: Dr. Yates, you will remain in custody pending sentencing. Members of the jury, the State of New York thanks you for your service. Court is adjourned.


Halstead: Nadia was family. We'll miss her.

Lindsay: To Nadia.

Olivia Benson: To Nadia.

All: To Nadia.

Courthouse Holding

Voight: Didn't see me coming, did you? That's because you dropped your guard for a second. I could end this right now, just... Snap your neck. Strangle you… You know better than anyone how quickly this can end… You know what I figure? What's the hurry? I want you to feel what you made others feel… The pain… The fear… Looking over your shoulder when you eat, take a leak, sleeping with both eyes open… Someone will do to you what you did to Nadia… It's coming.

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