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our main purpose is to promote positive changes for the conflicted individuals who come here. there doesn't seem to be much room for self-expression. we try to keep things as uniform as possible. we're not trying to stifle them. it's just that progressive behavior in many ways can unravel their recovery efforts. such as colors?
navy blue if the color doesn't fade or becomtoo bright. because bright blue would be considered too feminine? exactly. and the auto shop aids in conversion how? we've found that immersing the boys in traditional male gender roles stimulates an appreciation of their own masculinity. i know it seems extreme, but you have to remember, our participants are in a fragile state of mind. they come here confused, looking for answers. we show them that the path to redemption doesn't need to be walked alone. you sound like you speak from experience. i'm a graduate. the camp taught me to reject societal influences that were steering me in the wrong direction. and now i try to pass that knowledge on. come. when a new participant arrives, we have to evaluate their personal property bere it can be returned to them. items like musical soundtracks or diaries are destroyed.
that st of thing. the watch is standard issue? cell phones aren't permitted. the watches are so that no one will be late to any of their lessons. structure and timeliness become an important part of promoting change. and what if someone breaks the rules? it's uncommon. uncommon but not unheard of. oh, occasionally a student will act out or reject certain elements of the program. what happens to those who act out? advanced therapy under supervision of a senior counselor. could you be more specific? i'm afraid i can't. parents and staff sign confidentiality agreements to protect the parents' right to privacy. and what about the children's rights? was there anything else i can help you with, agents? yes. we'd like a list of program participants dating back the past 15 years. all we want are names. that's quite impossible. those records are confidential. well, let's make them unconfidential. or we'll be back here with a court order.
cross the list with know associates of each victim and see you get a hit. and, garcia, flag the participants who didn't finish the program. they're most likely the ones who had to endure this so-called advanced therapy. with xs and os i go. thank you. you should have seen it. all sense of individuality was stripped away. and these kidsere young. you're sure it was the same watch? the unsub went to that camp. the watch he put on michelle's wrist was the exact same model that all the kids were wearing. what do you think was behind that padlocked door? well, it could be anything. i mean, come on, we've all read the stories. a conversion camp was just shut down last year for using electric shocktherapy on children. another stripped the kids naked and screamed profanities at them. we need to go back with a warrant. we're gonna need probable cause. well, let's find some. because there is more going on at that camp than they let on. you gotta turn yourself in, paul. i can't turn myself in. they're gonna put me away. what, are you gonna kill me, too? no.
no. no, paul. y-you just need some help. i've already had help. you remember that? no, i mean like real help, professional help. it worked for me. did it? yeah. me and josh are coming up on like 6 months now. [scoffs] yeah. it might throw a wrench in your happy union... you hanging out with a serial murderer and all. ohmy god. those women. the ones who were stbed. that was you, wasn't it, paul? they reminded me of her. what you got, mama? a man named mitchell ruiz went to camp willing in 2003. he works at the same office as our dearly departed doug warn. what's the cat? well, mitchell's office just reported him missing.
so mitchell either is our unsub or he fell victim to him. i did a little research to see if he was one of the good kids or the bad kids. it turns out that mitchell's parents, 3 weeks into that conversion camp, they started making private payments ta dummy corp that was shut down two years ago for prosecution, as in one prostitute, isabella grant. [fax machine whirs] and from the amount of money they were paying her, you have to wonder what morals she wasn't willing to chew up and swallow. [door clangs shut] [indistinct guard] miss grant, my name's aaron hotchner. i'm with the fbi. i'd like to talk to you about camp willing. what are you offering? you don't seem surprised. it was a matter of time. and you've already got me in here for everything else. so what are you gonna give me if i talk? i don't make deals with child molesters. i didn't molest anyone.
being paid to prey on your victims doesn't change anything. i had parental consent. is that what the camp told you to make you feel better? they didn't have to. why? because you didn't care? or because you'd spoken to the parents directly? you show absolutely no remorse for what you've done. why should you? the smaller the victim, the easier to control. and that's what it's all about for you, isn't it? control. it's why you're showing me all this false confidence. i'm done talking. you've said plenty. a professional like yourself wouldn't trust the camp to protect you. you had to get some sort of insurance directly from the parents, didn't you? make sure that they were just as culpable for the crime. your word against theirs wouldn't hold up in court, not with a child testifying to your abuse. unless, of course, the abuse damned the parents as well.
you made them watch. [door buzzes open] where are you going? what about my deal? we never had a deal. why didn't it work? why dn't what work? with the girls. why couldn't i just-- why couldn't i just do it? you killed them. what more did you want to do? not that. it. i could always get it up for her. wellthen we were teenagers. we could practically get it up for tomato soup. [laughing] you ever wonder why we broke up? you ever wonder that? i'm pretty sure that year of hell had something to do with it. yeah, a year. you were lucky.
i thought that maybe those girls could fix me. paul, listen to me. you don't need fixing. you just need a little bit of help. now, please, man, just give me the gun. you know that this isn't the way. relax. you got it. you're so beautiful. mmm. oh! damn it, paul. that's not the way. come here. let me show you. you know what? you're right? i'm not the one that needs fixing. garcia, i need you to tck who was at the conversion camp the same time as mitchell ruiz, and then narrow that to those whose parents made payments
uh...only one name matches. paul westin. he went to the same school as mitchell, and his mom was killed in action in iraq when he was only a 'tween. all right, find out everything you can about paul and then send the address to jj and blake. yep. sending it now. clear. clear. clear. jj? [knock on door] paul? get in the house right now. what's going on? are you in trouble, son? don't you call me that you don't get to call me that! not after what you did to me. paul, please. what did i do? what did you do? the camp? you remember, huh? you remember that? get your ass downstairs! let's talk about this, son.
paul! [groans] what the hell? you gonna kill your dad? i was trying to save you. save me? ha. you mean fix me, don't you? fix me. all those years trying to prove to me that i was broken. well, it worked, dad. it worked. i'm pretty damn broken now. that's not what i wanted. what you wanted. take his clothes off. mitchell: what? what for? take his clothes off. well, they all thought that they could rape us straight.
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he's the one that got us into that camp. nvinced your parents to let that woman do this to us. do you want to make him pay? of course i do, but not like this. mitchell, i'd do it if i could. but i can't. it's gotta be you. and then what? it's not gonna solve anything. i'm not looking for solutions. i'm just looking to cope. right, dad? this isn't coping. this is crazy. you're starting to sound like one of them. only one of us is suggesting rape. [tires screeching] it's paul's truck. [gunshot] paul? ohh! mitch? mitch.
hey, you're ok. come here. come here. now you're all right. mitch. don't you--don't you die on me. don't do it! don't do it, paul. there's nothing left for me here. look at his wrist. track marks. morgan: what happened to you in that camp, paul? it doesn't matter anymore. yes, it does. you kill yourself, they get away with it. if you testify, we can shut them down for good. what good? m an abomination. no, you're not. if you want to live your life according to a single message, go ahead. but try john 13:34 instead. "a new command i give you. "love one another. "as i have loved you, you must love one another." morgan: the best way for you to do that is to put that gun down.
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hotch: previously on "criminal minds"... dallas p.d. discovered an unidentified male body, with the mouth sewn shut. like the silencer. it's obviously a copycat. yesterday while we were in florida, a body was found in the desert outside las cruces, new mexico. a man had his leg amputated and replaced with the leg of someone else. morgan: someone's out there mimicking the crimes we solved. this is now an active case, which we'll be investigating along with our other cases. i need to tell you something. maeve's missing. i think her stalker has her. hello. i'm still here. [electronically modified voice] zug...zwang. reid: zugzwang. it's a chess term. it describes the point in the game
you got my voicemails? i haven't had time to return calls. agent hotchner tells me you're settling in nicely. i'm glad to hear it. it's a great team. listen, i was hoping that we could talk, over coffee, maybe. i thought we might try to bury the hatchet once and for all. erin, no disrespect, but it's not necessary. what happened between us happened a long time ago. i've moved on. you should, too. well, that's... what i'm trying to do. look, i'm not very good at this, but i want you to know that i'm so sorry for what i did to you. apology accepted? apologies are just words. i want to make amends, and that takes work. uh-oh. i think blake could take her. what do you think?
blake's making direct eye contact, and the tilt of her head suggests she's willingly engaged in conversation. didn't strauss throw her under the bus back in the day? it was on the amerithrax case about 10 years ago. evidently they apprehended the wrong suspect and she let blake take the fall. well, i heard they even demoted her a couple grades. guess what just came to the reception desk for an agent jennifer jareau. from who? they must be from will. or someone's got some 'splainin' to do. open it. open it. open it. just...will's not really a flower bouquet type guy. zugzwang. what? let me see that. it's the same thing diane turner said to you-- before she killed maeve. but diane's dead, so who sent it? no idea. wait. didn't you say that the voice on the other end of the pay phone was computer generated? that means it could be from anybody. that means that maybe it doesn't have anything to do with maeve. whoever it was, they knew you would be at that phone booth, which means they were stalking you. or us.
i just came from the director's office. he doesn't like the idea that his agents are being taunted, and he wants me to keep him personally in the loop. catch me up, please. ok. so the flowers cleared all of our security checkpoints, which means there's no explosives and no chemical residue, nothing. they were ordered from a local florist, wendy's bloomers. i checked wendy, her bloomers, the employees, the delivery service. they all came out clean. i managed to track down the credit card. it's a stolen card number, and it was ordered from a prepaid cell phone in philadelphia. but it's all about e message he's trying to send. but they were sent to jj. why her? yeah, the original zugzwang taunt was directed at me. if it's directed at one of us, it's directed at all of us. it's only a matter of time beforeis taunts turn to threats. i'm posting security details at each of our homes. well, he's comnicating directly. what exactly is he trying to say? that the game has changed. first he was chasing us, copying the cases that we'd solved, and now it's our turn to chase him. tag, we're it. what do we know about the replicator? so far he's committed 3 murders in 3 different states.
husband, and father of two, from dallas. he was found with his mouth sewn shut 4 weeks after we closed the silencer case. next is an unidentified john doe. he was found in new mico near the mexican border. jj: his leg was severed and someone else's was transplanted on. do we have any idea where the limb comes from? none. finally, megan lewinbuck, 31-year-old paralegal, single mother. she was found in phoenix. she was found last week. all her joints were dislocated and she'd been turned into a human marionette. and that's everything so far. local police and bureau field offices are going to keep us apprised of any devopments. i want this case closed quickly. copycat murders, flowers sent. i see this as an assault on the entire bureau. uh, sir, philadelphia p.d. just uploaded a homicide to vicap. an unidentified woman was found this morning exsanguinated with her eyelids removed. it's just like our blood artist bryan hughes. philadelphia, the same city the flowers were ordered from.
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rossi: "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." charles caleb colton. the replicator sent those flowers today knowing that that body would be discovered. and he's taken the time to track our cases. it's not too much trouble to track news headlines with a google search. yeah, but the original zugzwang message was delivered to me at a phone booth, which means he's not just tcking our cases, he's tracking everything we do. why would someone do that?
guys like randall garner. usually malignant narcissists who feel the need to show off. so maybe he wants us to see how smart he is. but why? what's the point? is it a warning? is he mockg us? morgan: maybe all of the above. he's not attempting to hide his kills, so it's probably his way of bragging. he's probably trying to lure us out. he certainly wants our attention. we have a total of 4 copycat murders and no apparent connection between the victims. my guess is they're all targets of opportunity. who he kills doesn't matter. the point is to get to us. the latest victim was in philadelphia. bryan hughes bled his victims in san francisco. all the other copycat murders occurred in the same area as the original kills. why is this one different? it's his game. he can change the rules anytime he wants. all that traveling-- clearly he's got the money and the time. and patience. his organization and attention to detail suggests some sort of bigger plan. greetings, crime-fighters. we just got an i.d. the first exsanguinated, eyelidless body. her name is molly patton, 27.
garcia, what do you mean by first? i mean that second exsanguinated, eyelidless body was just discovered. he's moving fast. [siren] oh, excuse me. can i help you? i'm agent morgan. agent jareau. dr. spencer reid. feds? what are you doing here? assisting the investigation. well, no one told me. jj: someone just forgot to make a phone call. just an oversight, i'm sure. yeah, i guess so. you mind showing us the victim? yeah, right this way. is there anything you can tell us about her? her name was sandy larson. went missing two days ago. she was a retired widow with 6 grandkids. any idea where she was last seen? found her car at a drugstore across town.
if that's where he grabbed her, he was probably aware of her routine. she's fully clothed and he posed the body. it could mean he feels remorse. oh, yeah. i'm sure he was all broken up about it. [cell phone rings] excuse me. rizzo. he's replicating his replication. all the other copycat murders were single kills, but this is his second exsanguination. bryan hughes posed his victims staring directly at art. there's nothing like that around here. different setting, slightly different m.o. are we sure this is the replicator? femoral arteries were sever in both legs. cause of death is exsanguination. ligature marks, like he had her strapped down. you also found ketamine in her system? enough to knock us all out. no signs of torture, and he sedated her before he bled her out. so maybe he's not so much sadistic as mission-oriented. cops said she disappeared after her yoga class. is that true? that was the last place she was seen, yes.
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hey, what's with you? you need a hug or something? i need to take you off this case? no. then cut the crap. [cell phone rings] jackson. where? ok, thanks. another body just turned up. that makes 3. she's at fairmont park. get out there. and take them with you. victim's name is shannon lavin, 29 years old. husband said she never came home from the grocery store this morning. another kidnapping in broad daylight. this is turning into a spree. an efficient one. it's been fewer than 12 hours since she disappeared. we still have yet to locate her vehicle. i bet he stole it during the abduction. found a way to get close to her and threaten her somehow. probably even made her drive.
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it's impossible to tell when or where this photo was taken. it's shot on a telephoto lens and the frame's too small. well, his message is getting more clear. he's not just taunting us, now he's targeting us. he must have channeled years of anger to come up with a plan as intricate as this. this is his way of torturing us. this isn't just about anger. this is about revenge. for what? if we can figure that out that's how we'll catch him. so first it was reid at the phone booth, then me with the flowers, now hotch. which one of us is next?
she only has about half a liter left. same ligature marks as the others. was there ketamine in the system? tox screen's not back, but it's a safe bet. her liver is inflamed and she's slhtly jaundiced. see that a lot with ketamine overdoses. body snatchers told me they found a picture of you at the crime scene. we believe that the unsub is targeting us personally, yes. he's using these victims to send us some kind of message. what kind of message? we're not sure yet. i hope you catch him soon. hey, aaron. she was a nurse. just like molly patton. [dialing] at your service, sir. garcia, i need you to find out everything you can about our second victim sandy larson. copy that, uh... uh... she was a baby boomer, originally from chicago. her husband saul died 10 years ago from pancreatic cancer. hotch: employment?
she worked as an administrator at a hospice care facility. anything before that? before that, she was a... she was a registered nurse for 30 years. that's the connection. i need you to go to vicap and find out everything you can about homicides involving nurses. i am like the wind. back in a flash. where's that lightning? anyway... we've got a video conference with strauss in 10 minutes. she on the warpath?
well, i've seen her under pressure before. it was right when she tried to ruin my career. this psychopath's message is clearly personal and it's making us look bad. someone profiling our profilers undermines the efficacy of everything you do, and i'm going to be frank with you-- both the director and the attorney general want to take you off this case, and i can't say i totally disagree. why? because you're victims now, and i'm concerned your ability to investigate may be compromised. yeah, well, i assure you our abilities are just fine. is that true, aaron? s, it is, ma'am, absolutely. we know this case better than anyone. all right. well, i'll tell the director if he takes you off the ca, it's either with my resignation or over my dead body. ma'am, we're starting the briefing now. i'll be right there. you catch this son of a bitch, aaron. understood.
sounds like you'd have to kill strauss first, and i doubt if that's as easy as it sounds. all right, so what do we know? this photo isn't digital. it was printed on real chromogenic photo paper. so he's old school. we're still trying to ascertain when the photo was taken. garcia, i'm putting you on speaker. you guys, there are a shocking number of weirdoes out there who have a thing for nurses. but i got a gigantenormous hit. 15 years ago, the bau had a case in pittsburgh involving the stabbing murders of 4 nurses. pittsburgh? that's close enough to be related. that rings a bell. but i didn't work that case, gideon did. yeah, yeah. it ended relatively well. the killer jack lee kemper was caught, and we managed to save one of his would-be victims. garcia, what happened kemper? he died 5 months ago from lethal injection. what if that was the trigr? the silencer copycat murder happened about 5 months ago. we believe we're looking for a white male in his mid-40s or possibly even 50s. he's criminally and forensically sophisticated, so he may be an ex-con or have law enforcement training. you saying he could be a cop? it's unlikely, but we can't rule it out.
with which to antagonize the fbi, the bau in particular. so he's after you. he's been copycatting murder cases that we've closed all over the country. we do have reason to believe that he's been stalking each member of this team. so he's extremely mobile and has the time and the means with which to get around. and the intelligence to cover his tracksand remain evasive. we think it all started 15 years ago with a case we had in pittsburgh that involved the death of 4 nurses. that killer, jack lee kemper, was apprehended, and he was recently executed. because the most recent exsanguination victims were also nurses, we believe this case holds some kind of special meaning to him. so we should be looking at kemper's family, friends, and associates. they may be trying to ange his death, or they might be convinced that he was wrongfully accused. we should also look at friend and relatives of the victims. they may blame us for not solving the case fast enough. this unsub is intelligent and highly organized, but he's also hellbent on revenge. which makes him especially dangerous.
[cell phone rings] where the hell have you been? you were supposed to call me hours ago. we had a deal. well, why set a time if you're not gonna stick to it? you know how i hatthat! it's inconsiderate, never mind rude. ok. ok, you're right, i'm sorry. i'm rry. thank you for calling me back. there's just been a lot going on. nothing. nothing. just...work and stuff. don't worry about it. well, we've ruled out every name on the list. our guy's not connected to jack lee kemper's victims. you know, if they were just friends or lovers, there might not be an official record of their relationship.
well, it wasn't one of his friends. kemper didn't have any. he was a recluse with no social skills. reid: well, who else would have a vendetta against us? morgan: it could be a fan of kemper's. these guys always seem to have followers. what about somebody we put into prison? it's a little hard to orchestrate all of this from behind bars. reid: what if somebody from the outside's helping him? jj: and how about other suspects in the case? what? that's it. bidwell. donnie bidwell. of course. he was the primary suspt before we caught kemper. we had a strong circumstantial case, but dna eventually cleared him. his name got leaked to the press the second we grabbed him. why so fast? we thought it was probably someone in the local p.d. couple of weeks. how long did we hold him for? give me stuff to do garcia, i need everything you've got on donnie bidwell. he was a suspect in the jack lee kemper case. righty-o. ok, he was picked up couple of times for assault and lewd behavior. he got off with time served and probation. he is a recently divorced father of two. he cannot hold down a job.
12 jobs in the last 10 years, everything from fry cook to used car salesman. yeah, but before all that he was in construction or something, right? affirmative. he owned his own hot mop shower, pan company, whatever that is. that business went south after the arrest. his legal fees wiped him out, and then a year later-- oh, dear, he had himself a nervous breakdown. no wonder he wants payback. that accusion ruined his life. have you got an address? yeah, i got home and work and i'm sendinboth. thanks. we better make sure we get this right before we arrest this guy again. rossi, blake, and reid take the work address.
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agent morgan. hey, listen. i just wanted to say, uh... thank you. don't mention it. no, no, no, you-- you saved my life. i owe you. no, detective rizzo, you don't owe me anything. we're both on the same team here. so, uh... 5 years ago my partner was-- was shot and killed, we were assisting on a federal case. ever since then, i just...
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