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#314 : L'enfant maudit

Après que l'infâme criminel Gregory Yates échappe se soit évadé de sa prison de New York, Lindsay et l'équipe apprennent qu'il a l'intention de fuir New York et qu'il se dirige vers Chicago. L'équipe de l'SVU (New York Unité Spéciale) informe Voight que Yates a rassemblé des informations sur Lindsay. Platt informe dans le même temps l'équipe qu'il y a eu un triple homicide, probablement perpertré par Yates. Benson et Fin prennent le prochain avion à destination de Chicago. Après l'enquête de la scène de crime, l'équipe apprend qu'une autre locataire de l'immeuble est manquante et ils travaillent ensemble pour trouver une connexion entre Yates et la femme.

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Titre VO
The Song of Gregory William Yates

Titre VF
L'enfant maudit

Première diffusion
10.02.2016

Première diffusion en France
18.01.2017

Vidéos

Crossover CPD et SVU

Crossover CPD et SVU

  

Diffusions

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 18.01.2017 à 22:40
2.91m / 21.5% (Part)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mercredi 10.02.2016 à 22:00
8.28m / 2.0% (18-49)

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Guest Starring : Mariska Hargitay (Sergent Benson), Ice-T (Détective Fin), Dallas Roberts (Gregory Yates), Eamonn Walker (Chef Boden), Brian Tee (Dr Ethan Choi), Samuel Hunt (Mouse), Barbara Eve Harris

Intelligence office

Dawson: Greg Yates escaped custody last night in upstate New York after killing two state troopers, two ConElectric workers, and a camper, and shooting Sergeant Dodds. Dodds, he'll make a full recovery, thank God.

Ruzek : And Yates?

Halstead: Pennsylvania troopers found the pickup truck abandoned on a state road. State forensics lifted Yates' prints, and a motorist there IDed Yates as pretending to have car trouble and knocking him out to take his car.

Dawson: He repeated the pattern in Ohio and Indiana. The last vehicle brought him to the Illinois border. Crime lab confirms Yas's prints, but there's no leads after that.

Voight: Yeah, except one… Erin. The reason Yates is here.

Lindsay: No. He's just trying to get in our heads. He put out a BOLO, investigative alert, and AMBER Alerts on the vehicle. Troopers are watching every highway coming into Chicago.

Dawson: New York SVU is questioning Carl Rudnick, the guy Yates escaped with, who's back in custody. Lieutenant Benson will be in touch when they have anything to report.

Voight: Well, until then I want us on every transient hotel, shelter, food bank in the city. Remember, this guy will kill or maim to get what he wants… Hey, flag the credit cards of the vehicle owners. See if there was a safe haven he used last time he was here. All right, let's get on it.

 

Halstead: How's your knee?

Lindsay: It's okay… I'm fine.

Halstead: All right, I'm gonna run with the carjack victims. See if he grabbed any phones.

Lindsay: Okay. Thanks.

Nurses’s apartment

Yates: I'm so sorry. My car broke down and my phone is dead, and I was wondering if there's any chance I could borrow yours to call AAA.

Nurse: Oh... Uh...

Yates: Um, let me guess... Cardiology? I'm a surgeon. I'm... I'm usually right.

Nurse: Not this time. I'm a nursing student.

Yates: Mm. Well, I've always said nurses are the backbone of any good practice.

Voight’s office / Benson’s office

Benson: So Rudnick said that Yates befriended a guard who slipped him contraband phones. We found this in his cell with a search triangulating a Chicago neighbourhood. I'm texting you a screenshot that we recovered.

Voight: You got it?

Dawson: South Loop. Around 16th and Indiana.

Voight: That's near your apartment.

Lindsay: It doesn't mean anything.

Voight: Erin.

Platt: Hank, Burgess and Roman just made notification of a triple homicide all in one apartment building, a fourth woman hanging on. All female. All nurses. This sounds like your guy.

Benson: Fin and I are on the next flight.

Voight: You ride with me.

Nurses’s apartment

Burgess: A meter reader called it in. He knocked, and the door pushed open to this. Best we can figure, the first victim opened the door. He pushed in and knocked her down.

Voight: What's this?

Burgess: Pieces of scalp covered with partial hair, so he must have dragged her, and there's multiple dents in the floor where he slammed her into it.

Halstead: Roommate was in the shower?

Burgess: Tub. We think the first victim threw a vase to warn her friend, but too late. She must have heard her friend, got out of the tub, and locked the door.

Olinsky: Hank. You're gonna want to see this.

Voight: Yours, come on. Thanks.

Bathroom

Burgess: He broke the door down, slammed her into the wall in several places. There's defensive bruising on her arms, multiple lacerations on her knuckles. She put up a good fight.

Halstead: It's still warm.

 

Roman: The roommate's on her way to Med. This one must have not had heard anything downstairs. Back door's open. We think he heard the meter reader and bolted before he could finish off the roommate.

Ruzek :So thing is, boss, all the purses were emptied. All the jewellery boxes were gone through…

Voight: No, that's not his MO.

Olinsky: Well, there's more than that. That's not him either. No victim shows any signs of a sexual assault.

Lindsay: It's nurses. It's blunt force trauma. This is Yates.

Voight: This cut's neat, precise, like a doctor would do. She might be right. Now, what's happening on the third floor?

Roman: It's clear. No sign of foul play, and the tenant, Nellie Carr, she isn't there.

Olinsky: Maybe she heard or seen something.

Voight: Well, we got to find her. Let's get an all call message going for this Nellie Carr. Roman, get a list of what's missing, every item, and somebody get me a print that can put Yates here.

Atwater: Me and Halstead should probably follow the ambo, see if our victim comes out, then we can ID.

Lindsay: I'll go with you.

Voight: No. You and I are heading back to the 21st. We're gonna find that third floor tenant.

Outside

Lindsay: You're benching me.

Voight: I'm keeping you safe.

Lindsay: We just left a scene with three dead nurses. I'm not the one you need to worry about.

Voight: Erin, he's baiting you.

Lindsay: No, he's not. He's using me to get under your skin, and it's working.

Voight: You make one mistake with Yates, you're dead. You get that?

Lindsay: If he wanted me, he would have had me in upstate New York.

Voight: Well, he's not getting a second chance.

Lindsay: It's Bunny. She's back from Reno. Kicked husband number five to the curb.

Voight: She want more money?

Lindsay: I don't know what she wants. Hank, if I'm bait, let me be bait. I can draw him in. Let me do my job.

Voight: Get in the car.

Chicago Med

Halstead: She never woke up?

Ethan Choi: She lost too much blood at the scene. I'm sorry.

Halstead: Yeah, there was never gonna be an ID.

Parking

Yates: Nellie Carr?

Nellie Carr: Do I know you?

Yates: No. I know you.

 

Halstead: Do you remember what you talked about?

Witness 1: He was showing us a photo of Professor Carr on his phone.

Halstead: Wait, Carr? Nellie Carr?

Witness 1: Yes, he said she was his college girlfriend and he was in town for the week.

Witness 2: She was covering a class. I told him she was on her way to the parking lot. Oh, God.

Halstead: Okay, thank you… So he was looking for Nellie Carr this whole time. First at the apartments, then here.

Atwater: But she's 40-something with red hair. That doesn't make sense.

Halstead: Well, neither does the MO from this morning, but everyone who IDed him said he was specifically looking for her.

Dawson: Hey, guys. There's a note left in the car Yates drove here.

Halstead: "Too bad you're at the station, Erin. You're missing all the fun." What the hell is going on?

Intelligence office

Voight: Mouse.

Mouse: We swept the entire building in and out. Sergeant, there is no way Yates could know where Detective Lindsay is.

Voight: Except he does, so figure it out.

Mouse: Yes, sir.

Voight: Lindsay.

Lindsay: I've got an investigative alert out on Yates and Nellie, her car, cell phone, and credit cards.

Voight: All right, I want uniforms door to door through that campus. Get recruits if you have to.

Lindsay: We got to figure out what the connection is between Yates and Nellie. I need his working file. I...

Platt: I pulled it. We're setting up a hotline right now, so blue is for sightings already called in, green is for places we know he's been, and red is for former crime sites with photos and intel on each victim. Also, there's a list of other hospitals he might target, and this is hotline phone number for the news.

Voight: Thanks, Trudy. Commander?

Emma Crowley: I got the Superintendent and Mayor on the phone. News Affairs is sending someone for an update, and I've got a press conference set for a Public Safety Alert. New York SVU is en route?

Voight: Yeah, they're on their way. Hey, Detective Lindsay can help gather information for the press. She'll be here.

Emma Crowley: Should she be home? She's too personally invested in this case.

Voight: The safest place for Lindsay is right here in my station.

 

Platt: Can I help you, Detective?

Lindsay: You didn't put up Nadia's picture with all the other past victims. Nadia is not up there.

Platt: Yeah, her name is up there. I... I thought maybe a photograph...

Lindsay: She should be up there with everybody else.

Platt: Absolutely. I'll fix it. Sorry.

 

Emma Crowley: Talk to you, Sergeant?

Platt: Yeah.

Emma Crowley: Intelligence is undercover. I can't risk any of them at a press conference. I know we've had our difficulties, but I could use someone as committed and organized as you to be our point person for the press.

Platt: You don't have to blow smoke. All hands on deck means all hands. I'll coordinate with News Affairs. We've got to get this bastard before he hurts someone else.

Bridge

Homeless Woman: Anything you can spare?

Yates: I have so many things to give you.

Press conference

Platt: A multi-state manhunt began yesterday when convicts Gregory Yates and Carl Rudnick escaped through a sewage pipe at Green Haven Correctional in New York State. Mr. Rudnick has been recaptured, but Mr. Yates is at large, a suspect in multiple New York killings and this morning's murder of four Chicago nurses and the abduction of a nursing teacher from Chicago's Nursing College. Yates was serving a life sentence for murder and aggravated criminal sexual assault. Multiple officers have been dispatched on foot patrol, with K-9 units and helicopters added. The Intelligence Unit has been called in to lead this investigation.

Intelligence office

Mouse: I got a hit. Yeah, one of the nurse's phone cards is being used a mile outside their neighbourhood.

Voight: All right, ping the cell. Text the address to Atwater.

Mouse: I will, but a second credit card turned up at a Best Buy outside of Humboldt Park.

Roman: And one of the nurse's bracelets just showed up at a pawn shop. They texted a photo of the woman there too.

Lindsay: He's passing this stuff around. Let's go.

Voight: Erin.

Lindsay: It would be just like him to be in one of these places. Let me do something.

Voight: He's playing us.

Lindsay: Fine, then send uniforms and let's pin the maps and triangulate his location. Hank...

Burgess: Sergeant, the front desk just called up. A package was delivered for Detective Lindsay by a homeless woman  who IDed Yates as the one who paid her to drop it off. It's a big box.

Voight: All right, get out of the building. Call the bomb squad. Get everyone out of the building now. Let's go.

Outside

Ruzek: Hey.

Burgess: Hey.

Ruzek: You okay? I heard you got the call.

Burgess: Yeah, it's crazy, right?

Ruzek: Yeah.

 

Officer Sullivan: We x-rayed it. It's not a bomb. Your people are safe, but you're gonna wanna check this out.

 

Lindsay: It's addressed to me.

Officer Sullivan: You want these?

Lindsay: I got it. Thank you.

Ruzek: Oh.

Halstead: Erin, don't.

Lindsay: "Why don't you answer the phone when your mother calls?"

Emma Crowley: He knows she opened the box. He's here watching. Fan out now. Go, go, go, go.

Lindsay: That means this morning it wasn't Bunny who called. It was Yates.

Mouse: He must have spoofed you. He called from his phone, made it look like your mom's.

Voight: Just answer it.

Lindsay: Detective Lindsay.

Yates: Hey. Do you know Nellie Carr? Nellie, Nurse Nellie. Hey, that is the wonderful Detective Lindsay. Do you... Are those dark circles under your eyes? Couldn't sleep?

Lindsay: You've been keeping me busy. You have my attention now. What do you need?

Yates: Hmm. Gosh, what do I need?

Voight: Where is he?

Mouse: I'm on with Lindsay's carrier. A real time, loss of life, exigent circumstances emergency. I need information on a call connected to one of our phones.

Lindsay: Did you want the concern of the city? You got that. Wanted the whole district to sit up? Look. See? You did all this, but you keep sending notes to me, so why don't you tell me where you are? I'll come to you.

Yates: Ah, you know where I am.

Lindsay: Why don't you pretend I'm not that clever and tell me anyway?

Yates: And ruin all the fun?

Lindsay: Then tell me why you killed those four nurses when what you really wanted was Nellie?

Yates: You are trying to get me to confess with witnesses present. You are recording me without my permission, and me without a lawyer present. Shame on you, Detective.

Lindsay: Okay. Okay. Then why me? Why are you leaving all the notes for me?

Yates: I've been thinking a lot about Cain and Abel, you know? If they were the only descendants of Adam and Eve, and Cain killed Abel, well, you know what that means, don't you?

Mouse: They're pinging his phone right now.

Yates: We're all descendants of a murderer… I will see you soon, Detective.

Wait. No!

Mouse: Come... damn... Ah, dammit. He powered down. They lost him.

Halstead: Mouse, how does he know where she is or what we've been doing, huh?

Mouse: Your phone. Let me see your phone… Detective Lindsay's phone, it's using five times the regular data. That means...

Halstead: Spyware.

Mouse: Yeah. Okay, he's been listening in on conversations. He's probably been reading texts, e-mails. He can turn on the camera in the car and in the bullpen.

Halstead: But how would he have access to it? When?

Lindsay: When we went to the jail we had to surrender our phones.

Dawson: The corrupt guard.

Lindsay: Give it to me… Wait… Guys, I know where he is. He's in my apartment. This picture's at my place.

Voight: Let's go.

Lindsay’s apartment

Ruzek: It's clear.

Atwater: Sarge.

Voight: Open it.

Nellie Carr: No, no! Stop, stop!

Dawson: Where's Yates? Where'd he go?

Nellie Carr: I don't know. He's not out there?

Voight: He left you here?

Nellie Carr: He said to stay inside. He said if I left, he'd be outside waiting to kill me. Is he gone?

Dawson: Come on.

Atwater: You'll be okay.

Intelligence office

Dawson: Well, look what the cat dragged in.

Tutuola: Chicago, Chicago. Now, why we got to keep coming here? You can't catch these bad guys on your own?

Ruzek: We wouldn't have to if New York could keep killers in their jails.

Tutuola: Wow, the loudmouth teenager.

Lindsay: Lieutenant.

Benson: Been getting updates on you. You okay?

Voight: Glad you're here.

Voight’s office

Benson: So it's all about this nurse, Nellie.

Voight: Well, looks like. I mean, he terrorized that apartment building when he couldn't find her, then he went straight to the college.

Benson: She doesn't fit Yates' profile.

Voight: Yeah, not to mention he's a few miles from Canada but came here instead.

Benson: We have to figure out who she is to him.

Voight: I was about to head downstairs, start asking.

Benson: How's Erin?

Voight: Pissed at me, but she's alive.

Benson: How about I interview Nellie with her?

Intelligence kitchen

Nellie Carr: I... I was putting books in my trunk. He said he had a flat down the road and asked if I had one of those...

Lindsay: A lug wrench?

Nellie Carr: When I reached for it, he... I don't know him. He wasn't my boyfriend. I don't know why he wanted me. I... I can't.

Benson: Just... Just take a breath, Nellie. We just... We just need to find him, okay? And you can help us do that.

Lindsay: Did he say what he wanted or why he came to you specifically?

Nellie Carr: He... He talked about home, how everybody needs a home. He... He asked a lot of questions about my past, where I grew up, what my parents were like, where they are now. He kept saying how everybody wants a home, to go home. I thought he was gonna kill me.

Benson: Is Carr your given last name?

Nellie Carr: I'm divorced. The last name I was born with is Williams. Why?

Benson: And Nellie is short for Penelope? We need to talk. Excuse us.

Nellie Carr: Did anyone reach my mother? I... If she's seen the news... Is there just a phone I can use?

Lindsay: Of course. Just give us one minute.

Intelligence office

Benson: The name "Penelope Williams" was searched on one of the phones from Yates's cell.

Dawson: Then why would he let her go?

Benson: To send a message to Erin. Yates's first note said, "I'll see you at home."

Voight: Mm-hmm.

Benson: He asked Nellie about her home. He went to Erin's apartment, her home. Where was Yates born?

Dawson: North Carolina.

Voight: Let's find out for sure.

Parking

Yates: Excuse me, sir? I'm working on a case with the Chicago police. Do you know a Penelope Williams?

Michael Williams: Oh, you're...

Intelligence office

Ruzek: Hey, boss?

Voight: Yeah?

Ruzek: So, Nellie grew up Penelope Williams to parents Susan and Michael Williams here in Chicago. The thing is, is they also had a son by the name of Gregory.

Lindsay: Yates is Nellie's brother.

Dawson: Yeah... Nellie's mother is downstairs. Susan Baldwin.

Voight: Okay. You and Halstead, as soon as she's seen Nellie, go interview her. Run his name through DCFS. Do a national check, too. Anything you can get.

Ruzek: On it.

Interview room

Susan Baldwin: Greg was a difficult baby. He was... Off... From the beginning, and once he got language he said terrible things. He became obsessed with fire and set one in our basement by the time he was four years old. It wasn't an accident… When I became pregnant with Nellie, small animals would turn up dead inside the house. We were terrified of him. Terrified for the new baby. We decided that Michael should take Greg on one of his hauls and...

Dawson: Put him up for adoption in another state. North Carolina.

Susan Baldwin: A pastor agreed to place him. Our marriage didn't last much longer after that.

Halstead: Are you in touch with Greg's father?

Susan Baldwin: No, Nellie is. Oh, Michael's on the road most weeks, but... This Greg Yates that's wanted for all of these awful things...

Intelligence office

Benson: So serial killers often kill the same person over and over again. Susan is a brunette. She has brown eyes. She would've been 25 when Michael took him to North Carolina.

Dawson: But he's been in Chicago before. He could have looked for her at any point.

Tutuola: Michael and Susan Williams are pretty common names, but she remarried and changed her name. It might've taken him time to find that new name.

Halstead: Time he had plenty of in jail.

Lindsay: But he's had a cell phone before, and it's been 40 years since they gave him up, so what...

Benson: Back at the hospital, Rudnick said that Yates was obsessed with one thing. Revenge.

Halstead: If Yates wanted revenge on anyone, it would be Rudnick. Rudnick killed Yates' fiancée...

Lindsay: Yates' pregnant fiancée. She was pregnant when she was killed.

Benson: Just like Yates' mother was with Nellie when they gave him away.

Tutuola: And that triggered something inside him.

Voight: And when he couldn't find them on his own, he went through Nellie. He's come here to finish 'em off. That's his end game.

Benson: But what if it's more than that? I mean, if you look at his movements, he's... He's frenzied. I don't think that he expects to make it out of here alive.

Lindsay: Neither do I… If the pregnancy led him back here to his mother...

Interview room

Benson: We need your address.

Susan Baldwin: Why? Do... Do you think he's there?

Benson: You... You and Nellie will stay here until it's safe. Detective Lindsay will be here.

Susan Baldwin: Oh... Okay

Benson: Great. Thank you.

Locker room

Lindsay: I had him. In the woods, I had him. If I didn't stop for that little girl, if I kept moving through that cabin, those four nurses would be alive right now.

Voight: Erin, don't do this to yourself.

Lindsay: That's reason number two… That's reason number one.

Voight: You're not going out, Erin.

Lindsay: Why not?

Voight: This is exactly what he wants, get in your head, throw you off your game.

Lindsay: How can I be "off" my game if you won't even let me in it?

Voight: And how am I supposed to put you out there? You can't even keep your cool with me.

Lindsay: I want to be the one to bring him in, Hank.

Voight: You want to be the one to get in a confrontation with him. That's not being good police.

Lindsay: That is not where my head is at right now. You have my word.

Voight: I don't believe you. You're staying here.

21 back entrance

Benson: Look, for what it's worth, if I was your sergeant, I would have done the same thing. We'll get him.

21 entrance

Nellie Carr: Detective. It's my mother's. It says it's coming from me, but I don't have my phone.

Yates: Oh, it's my two favourite women on my dear mother's phone. What are the odds?

Nellie Carr: Dad? No. What is this? Why is he doing this?

Lindsay: Guard her. Get her mother. Buzz me up.

Intelligence office

Yates: Did you think at all about what I said about Cain and Abel? I mean, we've all got a little murderer in us. It's a gift from our parents… Is that right, Dad?

Lindsay: Is that why you called? To tell me that?

Intelligence kitchen

Yates: Are you recording me again? You are really just begging for a confession, aren't you?

Lindsay: So are you. You want to tell the story of your sister, your mother, your father so bad, you created all of this, so start talking or tell me where you are.

Yates: I knew I could count on you, Detective.

Lindsay: When we first met, you said I reminded you of someone. I'm 5'4", brunette. It's your mother. I remind you of your mother, don't I?

Yates: We'll talk about that, but let's... Let's begin with the fact that your team went to the wrong place.

Susan Baldwin’s home

Boden: No hot spots?

Radio: Not that we can tell, Chief.

Boden: What are you doing here?

Voight: Greg Yates set this fire. Is he here? Have you seen anything?

Boden: Call just came in 30 minutes ago.

Voight: 30? From where?

Boden: Phone booth on the corner.

 

Voight: Get on the radio. Call the unit. Text Erin. Tell her now.

Tutuola: Done.

Intelligence kitchen

Yates: Now, that will be Detective Tutuola. Have you figured out where I am yet?

Lindsay: Yes.

Yates: Then come. Ooh, and we'll talk more.

Michael Williams: No, no, no, no.

Yates: But come alone or there will be another body to add to the list, and... The answer is yes. You do remind me of my mother. Right before she threw me in the trash.

Lindsay’s car / Voight’s car

Voight: Stand down. You are not going in alone. You hear me? That's an order.

Lindsay: He'll kill Michael Williams if I don't show up.

Voight: That's what he wants you to think.

Lindsay: It's 34th and Sangamon, Hank. It's his childhood home. I'm almost there.

Voight: 34th? I'm five minutes away. Erin, you are not meeting him alone. You hear me? Erin.

Lindsay: You know I can't do that.

34th and Sangamon

Yates: Detective Lindsay. So good to see you again.

Lindsay: Let him go.

Yates: I could, but I am the only thing holding him up.

Lindsay: Let me call an ambulance for him. Then it'll be just you and me, just like you wanted.

Yates: No, he'll be dead long before they get here. Put that away… Then you shoot me, and he goes over.

Lindsay: Stop.

Michael Williams: No, no, no.

Lindsay: Stop… This is it.

Yates: Have a seat.

Michael Williams: Ah, oh.

Yates: Gillian Hale was a nursing student, but what she really wanted to be was a surgeon, a helper. Do you know who suffers the most? Helpers, because right up until that moment when you snap their neck, they really believe in the goodness of people. She thought that I would spare her because she was three months pregnant. I mean, tha... That is why I picked her, a pregnant nurse, as my first victim. Mm, the symmetry. You did want this from the beginning, right, Detective?

Voight arrives

Yates: Now, my first pair, oh, that... Ooh, that was electric. Lisa and, uh, oh, Reb... Rebecca. They fought for each other so hard, but in the end...

Michael Williams: Ah! Ah!

Yates: Because, you know, you can keep a woman alive for days… Oh, suffering… It's such an underrated art, isn't it? But you know who suffered the most beautifully of them all? Poor Nadia. Look, we are so similar, you and I. Damaged by a terrible mother. A father who abandoned us when we could have saved it, and we tried to overcome, didn't we? To become healers, but turns out, fixing people doesn't pave over what you're born with.

Lindsay: Then what do you want? Why am I here?

Yates: An execution always needs one thing.

Michael Williams: No.

Yates: A witness.

Lindsay: No!

Yates: There's no saving people. We're killers, and at the end of the day, what is more liberating than killing someone? Bad begets bad begets bad, and you, my lovely, you get to tell this story.

Lindsay: Don't move. You hear me? Stay where you are.

Yates: You write my name down in a police report. You talk to the press. You testify in court. You are my balladeer singing the song of Gregory Williams Yates over and over and over.

Lindsay: I said don't move.

Yates: You put me away. Take me in… Take me… Take me!

Gunshot

Press conference

Emma Crowley: We are pleased to announce that the extended manhunt for escaped convict and murderer Gregory Yates has come to a close. At approximately 11:30 p.m. this evening, the combined task force located Mr. Yates at his childhood residence. Yates killed Mr. Williams during an extended standoff. He then threatened a member of the Chicago Police Department's Intelligence Unit. This officer, fearing for her life, shot and killed Yates.

Platt: I need to say that this Intelligence Unit never gave up and never backed down. This unit serves the city without recognition or medals, but every single one of them deserves our thanks tonight for their bravery and their continued service. Our hearts go out to the victims and their families, and our special thanks go to the state of New York for the cooperation of Lieutenant Olivia Benson and Detective Odafin Tutuola. The multi-jurisdictional work was instrumental in justice being served.

Intelligence office

Benson: You know, what Erin went through, that can... That can screw a person up for a while.

Voight: Well, for what it's worth, she's got me to walk her through it.

Benson: That's not such a bad thing.

Voight: I wish you were here more often. You'd be good for her.

Benson: Hey.

Lindsay: Looks like it'll be ruled a clean kill. Fleeing felon with a weapon, so...

Near the bullpen

Lindsay: Hey. Can I have that?

Ruzek: Yeah.

 

Halstead: And you? You doing okay?

Lindsay: I don't know yet.

Molly’s

Benson: You ever heard of William Lewis?

Lindsay: Yeah, he's that killer in New York who you...

Benson: What Lewis wanted was to get so far into his victims' heads that... That they couldn't get rid of him. Right? That they couldn't live the lives that they've planned. That's what you're up against, Erin.

Lindsay: Is it wrong that I'm kind of relieved that I'm the one who killed him?

Benson: Greg Yates murdered your friend. He came at you with an ice pick… No. It's not wrong, but it doesn't mean that you'll sleep tonight.

Lindsay: So what do you do? I mean, what... What did you do?

Benson: I'm still doing it. My phone is always on… Always.

Lindsay: Liv.

Benson: Erin.

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Chicago Justice, S01E01 (inédit)
Dimanche 21 octobre à 21:00

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Chicago Police Department, S06E05 (inédit)
Mercredi 24 octobre à 22:00

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Chicago Justice, S01E04 (inédit)
Dimanche 28 octobre à 21:00

S01E05 (inédit) à 21:55

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Chicago Police Department, S06E06 (inédit)
Mercredi 31 octobre à 22:00

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S06E07 (inédit)
Mercredi 7 novembre à 22:00

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Chicago PD, S06E04 (inédit)
Mercredi 17 octobre à 22:00
6.95m / 1.1% (18-49)

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Chicago PD, S06E03 (inédit)
Mercredi 10 octobre à 22:00
7.16m / 1.2% (18-49)

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Chicago PD, S06E02 (inédit)
Mercredi 3 octobre à 22:00
7.78m / 1.2% (18-49)

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Chicago PD, S06E01 (inédit)
Mercredi 26 septembre à 22:00
7.14m / 1.2% (18-49)

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