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#108 : Cruauté sans limite

Scénaristes : Debra J. Fisher et Erica Messer
Réalisateur : Peter Ellis

Hotch et l'équipe enquêtent sur la disparition d'un policier infiltré dans la mafia et celle-ci serait l'œuvre d'un serial killer qui a laissé une scène de crime horrible, immaculée de sang. Cependant au fil de leur enquête, les profilers semblent de plus en plus douteux de leur profil initial.

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Titre VO
Natural Born Killer

Titre VF
Cruauté sans limite

Première diffusion
16.11.2005

Première diffusion en France
26.07.2006

Vidéos

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "tsktsktsk"

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "tsktsktsk"

  

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "...Just a thought."

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "...Just a thought."

  

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "Party I wouldn't wanna miss."

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "Party I wouldn't wanna miss."

  

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "... We can make bail."

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "... We can make bail."

  

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "I don't speak Smartass."

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "I don't speak Smartass."

  

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "Naked co-eds and a plumber."

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "Naked co-eds and a plumber."

  

Criiminal Minds - 1X08 - Garcia and Reid

Criiminal Minds - 1X08 - Garcia and Reid

  

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "Take your tie off for once in your life."

S01e08 - Natural Born Killer - "Take your tie off for once in your life."

  

Criminal Minds season 1 episode 8 Natural Born Killer

Criminal Minds season 1 episode 8 Natural Born Killer

  

Michael Russo - Criminal Minds - Natural Born Killer

Michael Russo - Criminal Minds - Natural Born Killer

  

Plus de détails

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Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Mandy Patinkin ... Jason Gideon
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Matthew Gray Gubler ... Spencer Reid
   - Shemar Moore ... Derek Morgan
   - Lola Glaudini ... Elle Greenaway
   - A.J. Cook ... Jennifer Jarreau
   - Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia

Acteurs secondaires et invités dans l'épisode :
   - Patrick Kilpatrick ... Vincent Perotta
   - Gonzalo Menendez ... Josh Cramer
   - Francesco Quinn ... Michael Russo
   - Joseph Sikora ... Jimmy Baker
   - Val Lauren ... Freddy Baker
   - Larkin Campbell ... Detective Brady
   - Robert Machray ... Ray
   - Deborah Geffner ... Voisine

Un voleur ressort de taule et retrouve un vieil ami qui doit le faire entrer auprès des gros caïds. Lorsqu'il le ramène chez lui, l'ami lui propose d'entrer. Il refuse. Plus tard, la même maison. La voisine arrive parce que le son est trop fort et elle découvre du sang alors que le même sorti de taule sort en courant. Le DSC est appelé par la police en raison des crimes ultra violents dans cette maison consécutifs à des tortures.

L'équipe s'oriente vite vers un adepte de la torture. Fonctionnelle ou sadique ? Fonctionelle pour soutirer des infos ou punir. Elle est impersonelle. La sadique sert à assouvir un désir. Morgan et Jason refont la soirée: la mère fut tué en première, vite et rapidement, égorgée devant la glasse. Pour le mari, il prend son temps. Le coupable est un professionnel ou un pur psychopate. Le problème, il manque une troisième victime. Le DSC ne peut rien faire sans elle. Ni définir si il est pro ou psychopate, si c'est une torture fonctionnelle ou sadique. Mais Jason est persuadé que ce n'estp as u ndébutant et pousse Garcia à rechercher les précédents crimes dans l'état se rapprochant.

Un clochard retrouve la tête du troisième corps et les spécialistes tout le corps dans des poubelles avoisinantes. Ils retrouvent son identité : un truand de la mafia à la solde de Di Marco. Dans le même temps, Garcia retrouve plusieurs crimes liés à la mafia dans les états voisins. Tous ont un modus operandi différent mais avec la torture comme point commun, une torture réalisée avec la même lame de couteau.

Suite à la diffusion du portrait robot, un flic en charge du crime organisé vient décharger le DSC de l'affaire prétextant que le lien avec le crime organisé lui offre compétence. Mais Gideon n'a pas l'intention de laisser et dresse un premier profil : homme blanc, intelligent, organisé et méthodique. Il est sûr de lui et a depuis longtemps l'habitude de tuer.

Morgan et Hotch vont voir le patron direct du truand démembré, un certain Russo, dirigeant une casse. Ils l'intimident mais il ne craque pas. Ellie et Reid avec Garcia planchent sur les amis du mort et découvre un profil qui ne colle pas, le passé criminel étant trop irrégulier. Et sa photo correspond au portrait robot. Morgan et Hotch vont chez lui et découvre un appartement vide, factice. Qui colle à un passé factice. Morgan découvre un pistolet caché, un pistolet de flic.

Alors que dans le temps, ce "flic" poireaute à un coin de rue, lorsque le flic venu déchargé le DSC arrive, il n'est plus là. Il va alors voir le DSC et ils mettent tous les choses au point : le suspect qui a été reconnu par un flic dans un bar revenait s'expliquer mais les meurtres avaient déjà eu lieu. Et sa fuite n'était pas prévue. Pour son responsable, on l'a empéché de fuir et de venir parler. Le but de l'infiltration était de faire tomber Russo, le chef de la casse. On retrouve alors le disparu torturé pour qu'il avoue ce qu'il sait.

A l'étude des cas ramenés par Garcia, Morgan constate qu'il ne tue pas que pour la mafia et que sa technique est parfaite. Il le fait pour le plaisir, c'est le modèle même du tueur en série. Hotch et Morgan retournent voir Russo et le préviennent qu'il est incontrolable, que le truand et sa famille n'étaient pas des cibles, qu'il est un problème pour Russo, surtout maintenant qu'il a déjeuné avec le FBI. Ca marche, Russo est ébranlé et se méfie du tueur, cherchant à le voir. Il lui téléphone et Russo avoue qu'il s'appelle Vinny. Le tueur décide alors d'aller voir Russo après avoir ouvert le disparu pour attirer les rats qu'ils finissent le boulot.

L'équipe est alors chez Russo prête à intervenir. Malheureusement, Vinny prend en otage Hotch que Gideon neutralise dans le dos avec un teaser électrique. Arrive alors l'interrogatoire. Le flic veut le tabasser pour le faire parler alors que le DSC veut le manipuler. Gideon entame alors la discussion et avec les photos des victimes sur un mur et une insistance sur son impuissance, il commence à le faire craquer jusqu'à ce que le flic intervienne très nerveux et tout tombe à l'eau.

Alors que Spencer découvre dans des vidéos comment les victimes sont torturées, l'équipe cherche une faille chez Vincent le suspect. Hotchner reprend l'interrogatoire de Vincent. Spencer et Garcia découvrent en analysant la vidéo que la cave où il est torturé se situe près d'un aéroport. Hotchner travaille Vincent sur les violences qu'il a subi dans sa jeunesse. Il trouve la faille avec la mère qui ne faisait rien alors qu'elle savait. Gideon comprend alors que si il ne trouve rien à son nom, c'est parcequ'il habite toujours chez son père, près d'un aéroport. Et ils arrivent à temps pour récupérer le disparu.

Freddy Condore: Let's go, Jimmy, I'm late already.

Jimmy Baker: OK, grandma. Let's do this.

Bartender: You, boy, perhaps your bed time?

Freddy Condore: We got places to be, right? You remember what's like to being young, don't you?

Jimmy Baker: You're kidding right? You don't remember what you ate for lunch.

Bartender: You hear that regular comedian say it, fellows!

Cop: Jimmy! Hey! Where have you been?

Jimmy Baker: With your old lady. How about you?

Cop: Is it your friend?

Jimmy Baker: What friend? This guy pinched me a few years back.

Cop: Right. You keep it clean these days?

Jimmy Baker: Oh yeah, I'm a nine-to-fiver. Minimum wage. I'm a re-ha-bili-tated.

Cop: Yeah. But you if step out of the line, again, when you do, your ass is mine.

Freddy: Since when you're friends with cops?

Jimmy Baker: We seem as friends to you?

Freddy Condore: It's not what I'm saying. The people that I work for are very hardcore… And they're all in here.

Jimmy Baker: You don't trust me, Freddy? Make up your mind.

Freddy Condore: All right, all right. Let's go.

———–

Freddy Condore: You're gonna get the heat fixed in this car, or no?

Jimmy Baker: You ever gonna stop bitching?

Freddy Condore: Why don't you come in? You know my landlord set a place for you.

Jimmy Baker: Raincheck, Freddy.

Freddy Condore: I see you later.

———–

Neighbour: Helen! Do you know what time it is? Helen? Oh my God! Somebody help me!

———–

Derek Morgan: He's teaching and in service at the Baltimore Field Office when this came in. Baltimore PD's seen greasy stuff but never anything like this. We got two bodies ID, William and Helen Dimarco, retired, 57 years old, no kids. A neighbour reports a white male, 20 to 40 years old fleeing the scene and I quote: hopped-up on those damn drugs.

Jason Gideon: That witness is a kind some of notoriously unreliable.

Aaron Hotchner: So far it sounds like a standard double homicide. Why are we here?

———–

Derek Morgan: Massive overkill… Helen Dimarco was found here. Tied to the chair in front of the vanity. No defensive wounds. Ligature marks on the wrists. One clean laceration from here to here.

Elle Greenaway: Looks arterial, probably carotid, think she went quickly.

Derek Morgan: The husband was found in the shower. But he wasn't quite as lucky. Ligature marks on the wrists and ankles and one long laceration up the abdomen through both layers and muscles.

Spencer Reid: Evisceration, that's typical of disorganised behaviour.

Elle Greenaway: Despite all the blood, this crime scene shows method, order, control, it says it's pretty organized.

Derek Morgan: There's also evidence of torture with the husband. Burns, contusions, lacerations... You name it this guy tried it.

Spencer Reid: The torture is the unsub signature, the methodology is usually unique. A person, who burns someone doesn't normally use a knife.

Aaron Hotchner: Maybe we have more than one killer or we have one killer with more than one personality.

Jason Gideon: We also have three victims. One on the vanity where wife's body was found, her husband was in the shower. For the looks of the level of the ring in this tub, whoever was in it lost their entire blood volume.

Spencer Reid: Approximately 10.6 pints.

Elle Greenaway: Which means the victim was dismembered.

Derek Morgan: Looks like our guy took all the parts with him.

———–

Jason Gideon: Hemingway wrote: "There is no hunting like the hunting of man. And those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it never really care for anything else."

———–

Jennifer Jareau: Possible suspect is a white male, 20 to 40 years old. He is armed and very dangerous.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Okay. What do we know about the unsub based on the two bodies we do have?

Spencer Reid: Typically torture falls into two categories, sadistic and functional. Functional tortures use to extract information or punishment. Measured, impersonal, completely disinterested.

Aaron Hotchner: Like a military technique.

Spencer Reid: Exactly, and there's sadistic torture which is used to extract some sort of emotional need.

Elle Greenaway: But sadists are sexually deviant yet there is no evidence of sexual contact.

Aaron Hotchner: That we know of...

Spencer Reid: What do you mean?

Aaron Hotchner: We don't have the third body yet.

———–

Derek Morgan: Okay, so I've got Helen Dimarco tied to the chair… He probably killed her first.

Jason Gideon: Proved to the others that he had no mercy. Psychological torture before the physical pain.

Derek Morgan: And there was no satisfaction from her death. It was too brief. It was over too quickly… And the husband. With him he took his time… There doesn't seem to be any wasted effort, no hesitation on the unsub's part… I mean, Gideon, look around. What he did. It's a lot of work. We're either dealing with a professional or a...

Jason Gideon: A pure psychopath.

———–

Jimmy Baker: Hey it's me. I got trouble man. Serious trouble. Don't tell me to relax, damn it! I ran into a detective I know last night… Freddy saw it… I'll meet you at 8:00.

———–

Jason Gideon: Nothing more we can do here until the third victim turns up. I'm guessing there's a connection to him.

Derek Morgan: He doesn't want that victim identified.

Jason Gideon: Have Garcia go through open files in Maryland, see if any of them involve this level of torture.

Derek Morgan: Got it.

Jason Gideon: Have her check the surrounding states as well, if... The guy's a pro, why do jobs only close to home?

Derek Morgan: How far back do you want her to go?

Jason Gideon: At least 10 years… The guy's no rookie.

———–

Derek Morgan: Third victim was positively ID'd as a low-level mob guy. Frederick "Freddy" Condore. He was the nephew of the older couple. Body parts were found in 7 different trash cans 2 blocks from the crime scene.

Spencer Reid: Were they able to completely reassemble the body?

Derek Morgan: Killer didn't keep any trophies.

Elle Greenaway: Is there any evidence that he got off?

Derek Morgan: No.

Spencer Reid: Garcia has a number of unsolved murders in D.C., Virginia and Maryland over the past 15 years. Many of them have ties to organized crime. All different M. O'S.

Elle Greenaway: What's the connection?

Derek Morgan: Torture. Marks on the bones are consistent with the same cutting tool.

Jason Gideon: Tortured victims, most tied to organized crime. No signs of sexual sadism.

Elle Greenaway: We're looking for a hit man.

Derek Morgan: No, a hit man doesn't need to torture to get the job done.

Jennifer Jareau: Two things: Baltimore just forwarded a sketch of the man running from the scene and, uh, you've got some agents out there who think that you're poaching on their turf.

Jason Gideon: I'll handle it.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: SSA Hotchner.

Josh Cramer: Josh Cramer, Special Agent in charge of organized crime, Baltimore.

Jason Gideon: SSA Gideon.

Josh Cramer: Jason Gideon. B.A.U. 's pretty famous.

Jason Gideon: Brought the whole team?

Josh Cramer: Yeah, we were in town.

Jason Gideon: We're just going over the case. You wanna join us?

Josh Cramer: I'd love to, but I can't stay. I just wanted to come down and say thank you for going to Baltimore yesterday looking into this for us but, now that it's pretty obviously an organized crime case, we're gonna go ahead and take over for you. I'm sure you guys have enough to do with your psychos.

Aaron Hotchner: You don't think that the guy who killed the Dimarcos is a psycho?

Josh Cramer: What he is now is my problem. But again, thanks for coming out.

Jason Gideon: Anything we can do to help.

Josh Cramer: Appreciate that. We're pretty good at this.

Jason Gideon: You got it.

Josh Cramer: All right.

Jason Gideon: You know where we live.

Josh Cramer: Okay.

———–

Derek Morgan: So we just gonna drop it?

Elle Greenaway: These guys don't know what they're dealing with.

Jason Gideon: Our unsub is male, intelligent, organized and methodical. He has the confidence of a man who's been killing for a long time… Only victim removed from the scene is Freddy Condore indicating some tie to him. Elle, you and Reid stay on Condore's background with Garcia. Dig deep, see what turns up.

Derek Morgan: Condore worked as a supervisor at a scrap metal yard in Baltimore. It's owned by a guy named Michael Russo, boss of a small mob crew. I'm gonna grab Hotch and go check him out.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Michael Russo? Agents Hotchner and Morgan, FBI.

Michael Russo: What do you want?

Aaron Hotchner: Freddy Condore.

Michael Russo: He didn't show up for work today. He didn't call, nothin'.

Aaron Hotchner: Probably because he and his aunt and uncle were murdered last night.

Michael Russo: Really?

Aaron Hotchner: It's too bad.

Derek Morgan: Yeah? I can tell you're all busted up about it.

Michael Russo: Look, I don't speak smart-ass so you got something to say to me.

Aaron Hotchner: It was a professional hit. Either you're in charge of your business or you're not.

Michael Russo: What kind of business do you think I'm in? Look around. I'm in scrap metal. All about recycling. That's where the money is, my friend. Saving the earth.

Aaron Hotchner: You've got a big problem. You know, the mob isn't what it used to be.

Derek Morgan: Ain't easy always fighting for respect, is it? You always gotta fight for what's yours. One of your boys steps out of line, you hit him hard, you make it count, right? Is that what happened to Freddy?

Michael Russo: Look. You got a case to make, run along, get your papers and come back with the bracelets. Otherwise, I got a business to run.

———–

Penelope Garcia: You're breathing on my neck.

Spencer Reid: Sorry. Sorry for that.

Elle Greenaway: You two having fun?

Penelope Garcia: Oh, yeah. Sifting through the life and times of Freddy Condore with Dr. Reid here is a party I wouldn't want to miss. Credit card receipts show Freddy loved crab cakes, preferred light beer and used to spend his Thursday nights with a woman in Fells Point… An, uh, expensive woman.

Elle Greenaway: What about his associates?

Spencer Reid: Most of them have criminal records.

Elle Greenaway: That much I guessed.

Spencer Reid: But one of them is particularly interesting. Pull up James Baker's rap sheet. He spent time in juvenile detention for attempted murder, was released at age 21, and then subsequently arrested for, and this is in order, armed robbery, petty theft, burglary, narcotics sales, and rape.

Elle Greenaway: But there's no other sexual assault complaints in his file.

Spencer Reid: Absolutely nothing. I told you it was interesting.

Penelope Garcia: What's so interesting about that?

Spencer Reid: When it comes to psychological behaviour, anything is possible but this criminal history? It just isn't probable. I mean, as a minor, he began with attempted murder and then devolved into pettier crimes? It's the criminal history of a fractured schizophrenic with multiple personality disorder. It just does not make sense.

Elle Greenaway: Unless someone made that rap sheet up and they weren't thinking about the behaviour, they just plugged in whatever sounded good.

Penelope Garcia: Hold on. His mug shot's coming up.

Elle Greenaway: I got an address for you to hit.

———–

Derek Morgan: Clear.

Aaron Hotchner: Clear.

Agent: Copy that.

Derek Morgan: It's clear here.

Aaron Hotchner: Morgan, this is weird. There's nothing here. It's like nobody lives here. I guess he wasn't expecting company.

Derek Morgan: Something's wrong.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, I know.

Derek Morgan: Look at this place. It's an artificial dwelling... To match an artificial past.

———–

Jimmy Baker: Come on, Josh.

———–

Derek Morgan: Hotch!

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah?

Derek Morgan: We got a hot weapon… Oh, no… It's a Glock 19. And this round is standard law enforcement issue.

Aaron Hotchner: So you're saying Baker's an undercover cop.

Derek Morgan: I'm saying I did 18 months deep cover and this place has got all the makings of a crash pad.

———–

Josh Cramer: All right, where is he? No, no, he is not here. Baker's missing. I told him we'd pick him up at 8:00. Damn it, damn it, damn it, Jimmy, where the hell are you? Get in, get in. Come on, let's go.

———–

Josh Cramer: What the hell is wrong with you people?

Aaron Hotchner: Sorry?

Josh Cramer: I told you, this is my case!

Aaron Hotchner: First of all, don't shout at me. And secondly, you don't decide what cases the B.A.U. works on.

Josh Cramer: You ran my agent's gun through IBIS?

Aaron Hotchner: Because I wanted to know who he worked for and now that I do, I'd like to talk to him.

Josh Cramer: You don't have him.

Aaron Hotchner: No. You don't know where he is?

Josh Cramer: He's missing.

Jason Gideon: How long?

Josh Cramer: About 12 hours.

Jason Gideon: Before or after the murders?

Josh Cramer: You think Jimmy's a suspect?

Jason Gideon: There's a sketch of someone who looks an awful lot like him leaving the scene.

Josh Cramer: That's because he was there. After. Look, he ran into a couple of Baltimore detectives and they made him while he was with Condore. Jimmy tried to play it off but he didn't think that Condore had bought it so he wanted to go back and talk to him. When he saw what was left of the Dimarcos, he called us for a pickup. We showed up. He didn't.

Aaron Hotchner: You think he ran?

Josh Cramer: No. Jimmy's too experienced to run without contact. If he's not calling in, then someone's keeping him from doing it.

Jason Gideon: Who's Jimmy Baker's target?

Josh Cramer: Michael Russo… We've been after the guy for 3 years. Jimmy's been under for almost 2.

Aaron Hotchner: We talked to Russo yesterday. He seemed genuinely surprised by the murders.

Josh Cramer: And you bought that? Let me tell you a little something about Michael Russo. The guy is a liar, and a good one. If he didn't do it, he knows who did… I'm wasting my time with you. You obviously don't get it.

Jason Gideon: Agent Cramer, we're not the enemy. Please sit down… We're dealing with a very dangerous killer here... And we need your help. You know these people better than we do.

Josh Cramer: This guy... If he is what you say he is and he has Jimmy, did he kill him already?

Jason Gideon: We don't know.

Josh Cramer: I'll help you in any way that I can… You help me get this man back to his family.

———–

Vincent Perotta: Who knows about me, Jimmy? What did you tell them?

Jimmy Baker: Nothing. Nothing. I promise. Nothing.

Vincent Perotta: I think you're a liar and a rat.

Jimmy Baker: Oh, please...

———–

Penelope Garcia: You're gonna need a bigger board.

Derek Morgan: Please tell me you brought some breakfast.

Penelope Garcia: Trust me, sugar, you are not going to want to eat when you see what's in here.

Derek Morgan: How many more are there?

Penelope Garcia: Well, I've gone back 15 years and there's over 100.

Derek Morgan: 100 unsolved murders.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, that we know of. And then there's more coming in.

Derek Morgan: Well, the torture's consistent. You know, we thought this guy might have been at it a while but this many victims, Garcia? John Wayne Gacy killed at least 30 people. This guy's more than tripled that.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah but this guy gets paid for it. He's a hit man.

Derek Morgan: No… He's more than that. Not all these victims were mob hits. My guess is he probably started hunting when he was really young. perfected his craft, moved on to bigger prey… Hey, Garcia, look at this. There's no hesitation wounds on the body. One clean cut through flesh and bone.

Penelope Garcia: Ok, so what does that tell us?

Derek Morgan: Most people wouldn't imagine doing something like this to another human being, but this guy, he doesn't even flinch. He's got no conscience. We've got ourselves a serial killer with the perfect career. Russo has no idea what he's dealing with. I think we can shake him. Keep looking.

———–

Michael Russo: How can I help you, agents?

Aaron Hotchner: We're worried about you.

Michael Russo: What's causing you to lose sleep?

Derek Morgan: We hear you didn't order that hit on Freddy.

Michael Russo: I told you I had nothing to do with that.

Derek Morgan: Why don't you take a look in that folder? It looks like you must have a problem within your organization.

Michael Russo: Is that right?

Aaron Hotchner: So your hitter doesn't just kill for a paycheck. He kills for pleasure. It's what makes him good at what he does. He's paranoid, he's a psychopath, and he's free-lancing. He's killing civilians now and he's drawing a lot of attentions. And you can't control him. That's what he did to Freddy's uncle.

Derek Morgan: Russo, if he's not a problem for you now, he will be.

Michael Russo: What if you let me worry about that?

Derek Morgan: Russo… I just got a question for you… How do you think your paranoid little killer's gonna feel about you being friendly with FBI? Just a thought.

———–

Jason Gideon: Success. Hotch and Morgan just shook Russo's confidence in his hit man.

Elle Greenaway: He'll want to bring him in and get a rid of him.

Spencer Reid: What if by playing them against each other we made Russo as paranoid as his hit man. What would stop them from trying to kill each other?

Elle Greenaway: If that happens, then we'll never find Jimmy Baker alive.

Jason Gideon: We got a surveillance team outside of Russo's office. Stay on it.

———–

Elle Greenaway: Is this gonna work?

Spencer Reid: The beam is reflected from the window pane according to the law of optics.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, the angle of instance is equal to the angle of reflection.

Elle Greenaway: Is it gonna work?

Michael Russo: Hey. It's me. I need to see you tonight. I'll call you from a secure line.

Penelope Garcia: Apparently.

———–

Vincent Perotta: Hey.

Michael Russo: Listen, you brought a lot of heat taking down Freddy like that.

Vincent Perotta: What?

Michael Russo: I'm dealing with the feds.

Vincent Perotta: Listen, meet me here at the office.

Michael Russo: They don't know nothin'. I'm dealing with them. Stop being paranoid, Vinnie.

———–

Spencer Reid: Bingo.

Penelope Garcia: No. Vinnie.

———–

Vincent Perotta: It's pretty remarkable, really. Nature's got her own clean-up crew. Flies, larvae, maggots, beetles. Then there's the big guys, of course. Rats, squirrels, crows, buzzards. I learned a long time ago never to kill anybody above 5,000 feet. It's cold up there. The evidence tends to linger… They'll be along soon. They like the scent of blood.

Jimmy Baker: Please...

———–

Spencer Reid: Russo's got 11 associates named Vincent.

Elle Greenaway: No, make that 10. Vincent Cellito died last summer. Here is something. What can you tell me about Vincent Sartori? I was still drinking that.

Penelope Garcia: Not only is this equipment expensive, it's also extremely sensitive.

Elle Greenaway: Vincent Sartori.

Penelope Garcia: Currently doing 6 at Dannemora for racketeering.

Spencer Reid: How about this Perotta? There's not much on him.

Elle Greenaway: Can you get into those records?

Spencer Reid: Despite the fact that they were probably expunged she can find the faintest echo of deletion and and successfully recreate the file thereby sending us all to prison for computer felony fraud counts.

Elle Greenaway: We can make bail. Garcia?

Penelope Garcia: Already in. Alcohol addiction at 14. Violent outbursts. Assaults. Once threw a molotov cocktail at someone sitting in their car.

Spencer Reid: Several notations for aggression. And he once scheduled a visit to an infirmary to gain access to a boy who looked at him for too long?

Elle Greenaway: No fear. No remorse. Quick temper. And he was smart enough to stay off the radar as an adult. Paranoid personality.  He could be our guy.

Penelope Garcia: There's absolutely no information on him as an adult. No driver's license, no utility bills, nothing. It's like he became a ghost.

Spencer Reid: Let's just hope they can catch him.

———–

Jason Gideon: Remember, we need this man alive.

Agent: Copy that.

Derek Morgan: It's all clear.

Josh Cramer: Nothing.

Jason Gideon: Hotch.

Derek Morgan: Hotch, let me take him! Gideon, I got a head shot at that sick.

Jason Gideon: Don't take it. We need him alive… You Okay? Take your tie off for once in your life.

Aaron Hotchner: It's all right.

———–

Josh Cramer: There's a van around the corner. Looks like blood all over.

Derek Morgan: It's being processed right now. Whatever they find they're going to send it over to Quantico.

Josh Cramer: They got Jimmy's jacket.

Jason Gideon: Take off.

———–

Josh Cramer: We don't have time for this little show. Interrogation techniques say make the guy comfortable make him your friend. Give him a way out. That's how you get a confession.

Aaron Hotchner: That may work with a common criminal. It's not gonna work here.

Josh Cramer: Why is that?

Aaron Hotchner: Because anti-social personality disorder means never trust anyone with anything at any time.

Josh Cramer: Then what are you supposed to do?

Aaron Hotchner: Make him uncomfortable.

———–

Spencer Reid: This was all in his van?

Derek Morgan: Yep. The guy wasn't exactly neat.

Spencer Reid: Classic anti-social personality. What are these tape?

Derek Morgan: I don't know. Why don't you and Garcia go take a look, let us know all right?

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. Movie night. I'll make popcorn.

———–

Jason Gideon: Go home.

Aaron Hotchner: I'm fine. He's got a little slack.

Jason Gideon: If Morgan says he's secure, he's secure.

Aaron Hotchner: Jason.

Jason Gideon: Yes?

Aaron Hotchner: Let's not give him a weapon. He's kind of strong.

Jason Gideon: Hey, Hotch.

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah?

Jason Gideon: I'll be ok.

———–

Jason Gideon: All right. I'm Supervisory Special Agent Jason Gideon. Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Vincent Perotta: You're afraid of me, Jason?

Jason Gideon: You were advised of your rights?

Vincent Perotta: Take these off and we'll really talk.

Jason Gideon: Were you advised of your rights?

Vincent Perotta: I know my rights.

Jason Gideon: You want to talk?

Vincent Perotta: I got nothin'to hide.

Jason Gideon: Good.

———–

Derek Morgan: How's it going?

Aaron Hotchner: Don't turn your back on him, Gideon.

Derek Morgan: Hotch, you know how he is. He's just trying to show him that he's not intimidated.

Aaron Hotchner: It's not about fear. It's about being dismissive. Perotta could assume that he's disrespecting him.

Josh Cramer: Why don't we turn these cameras off? I'll get him to tell us where Jimmy is.

Aaron Hotchner: That wouldn't work.

Josh Cramer: You sure about that?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah. He was probably abused by one or both of his parents. He's learned to take the pain.

Derek Morgan: And that's why he has no compassion for anyone else's. You gotta trust us.

———–

Vincent Perotta: You're not organized crime.

Jason Gideon: No. We're behavioural analysis.

Vincent Perotta: What's that mean?

Jason Gideon: We study how you think, why you do what you do.

Vincent Perotta: No kidding?

Jason Gideon: We have a word for you.

Vincent Perotta: You got a word for me?

Jason Gideon: Oh, yeah. Actually, we have a few. Psychopath. Paranoid personality disorder.

Vincent Perotta: That's quite a mouthful, Jason.

Jason Gideon: Yes, it is.

Vincent Perotta: Michael Russo set me up, didn't he?

Jason Gideon: Do you recognize this man?

Vincent Perotta: No.

Jason Gideon: How about them? Anyone look familiar?

Vincent Perotta: Wait a minute. The third guy over. I think he does those late night commercials for the dead worms. You know, softies. That's funny to you?

Jason Gideon: It's just interesting that you'd choose that expression. You have problems performing?

Vincent Perotta: Not me.

———–

Derek Morgan: Where's he going with this? There's no evidence this guy can't perform.

Aaron Hotchner: I know Gideon knows that. He's just... Pushing his buttons.

———–

Jason Gideon: Does murder excite you? Is it the only thing that can give you a sexual release? Vincent… I believe you're an extremely impotent man.

Vincent Perotta: Take these off we'll see.

Josh Cramer: Where's Jimmy, you son of a bitch? He's a federal agent! I will personally execute you! Personally!

Vincent Perotta: Baker is a federal agent. I knew it.

Jason Gideon: Where is he, Vincent?

Vincent Perotta: Hey, Jason. Is it still called paranoid if I'm right?

———–

Penelope Garcia: 10 bucks says this involves naked coeds and a plumber.

Spencer Reid: What?

Penelope Garcia: Never mind… Ok, who's that?

Spencer Reid: I have no idea. Put another tape in.

Penelope Garcia: Oh, my God.

Spencer Reid: I'll be back.

———–

Jason Gideon: What the hell is wrong with you?

Josh Cramer: We don't have time for this, all right? My friend might still be alive out there somewhere.

Jason Gideon: You just told him Baker was a federal agent. He may never tell us now.

Josh Cramer: I told him to hang tough.

Jason Gideon: What?

Josh Cramer: Jimmy. When he called me, I told him to stick with the assignment that we didn't need to bring him in right away. Hey, I had too much invested, all right? Too much time. And I wanted Russo. So we waited 24 hours to go in for him. By the time we got there, that maniac…

Spencer Reid: There's a chance agent Baker's being tortured and I think I know how.

Jason Gideon: After you.

———–

Jimmy Baker: Oh, my God. No.

———–

Jennifer Jareau: You needed me?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah. These are faces of new victims off the videotapes we found. Check with local PDs. See if they have any open homicides or missings that might correspond.

Jennifer Jareau: Are those rats?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah.

Josh Cramer: What are we gonna do?

Elle Greenaway: Well, we looked at all the stuff in the van and beside the videotapes there's nothing that interesting.

Derek Morgan: I got Garcia going over the sound on the tapes trying to isolate the background noise. Maybe something there will help.

Spencer Reid: The good news is it seems like they were all filmed in the same space. It could be some sort of home base for him?

Josh Cramer: Yeah, but where is it?

Jason Gideon: What do we know about Vincent Perotta?

Derek Morgan: He's off the grid. Garcia can't find a registered phone, utility bill, or home address on this hump.

Aaron Hotchner: Come on, everybody lives somewhere. There's gotta be a paper trail.

Spencer Reid: If there is, we can't find it.

Aaron Hotchner: In this day and age you can't live without leaving some sort of trace.

Elle Greenaway: Unless someone pays your bills for you.

Derek Morgan: What about Russo? Could he be taking care of him?

Josh Cramer: No. No, no, no. Russo's not paying anybody's bills but his own.

Jason Gideon: Well... He has to have a weakness. It's in his crime. It's in his behaviour.

Derek Morgan: You know, something's just been bugging me. Freddy. Wasn't he easy to find? He cut up the body. He removed it from the crime scene. But then he leaves it a couple of blocks away where's he's gotta know we're gonna find it. It's the whole reason we were able to connect Perotta to the crime.

Elle Greenaway: He made a mistake.

Derek Morgan: Yeah, he did. He went off script.

Josh Cramer: What does that mean?

Jason Gideon: Something knocked him off his game.

Derek Morgan: That's right.

Jason Gideon: His behaviour. Well, what does he do?

Josh Cramer: He tortures.

Jason Gideon: Always?

Aaron Hotchner: The difference is Mrs. Dimarco.

Jason Gideon: Right. Want to finish this?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah.

Jason Gideon: Keep working.

———–

Vincent Perotta: Hey, look who's here. My old friend. Feeling better? Where's Jason?

Aaron Hotchner: You grew up in a house that looked normal and happy, didn't you, Vincent?

Vincent Perotta: Did I?

Aaron Hotchner: But your father beat you every chance he got.

Vincent Perotta: He smacked me around some. Didn't everybody's old man?

Aaron Hotchner: No.

Vincent Perotta: Well, maybe if yours had, you would have learned to fight.

———–

Penelope Garcia: There. Did you hear that?

Spencer Reid: What is that?

Penelope Garcia: I don't know.

Spencer Reid: I think it's moving. Getting closer… Airplane.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Paranoid personalities develop in childhood.

Vincent Perotta: You know, you're saving me thousands of dollars in therapy bills.

Aaron Hotchner: You learned to take the beatings, the abuse. You learned to smile. But in the back of your mind you probably thought... "One day... One day when I'm big enough." So you were bullied and abused and you became an abuser and a bully. It's a logical progression.

Vincent Perotta: Really?

Aaron Hotchner: Yeah… Your father beat your mother too, didn't he?

Vincent Perotta: My mother's got nothing to do with this.

———–

Derek Morgan: Elle, who eats this much food in their car?

Elle Greenaway: Anyone who spends hours and hours in it waiting... Hunting.

Derek Morgan: Look.

Elle Greenaway: Weird.

Derek Morgan: This is crazy. There's not one address, no paperwork, no registration. It's all garbage. Pizza boxes... Nasty-looking chinese food, and... Hamburger joints.

Elle Greenaway: Wait. Pizza.

Derek Morgan: What about it?

Elle Greenaway: Where do you order your pizza from?

Derek Morgan: I get my pizza from my own neighbourhood.

Elle Greenaway: Frenetti's.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: Your mother knew. She knew that he beat you every day and she did nothing to help you… And you still loved her. Even though she let you get hurt, you loved her. And I wondered why. Why you didn't hate her. Then of course I realized that he beat her as much as he beat you.

Vincent Perotta: Don't talk about my mother.

Aaron Hotchner: You killed all these people, hundreds of them, and only one woman. That's what made you get sloppy, isn't it? Killing mrs. Dimarco was hard. That's why you killed her first and you made it quick. I thought it was to establish dominance, but it wasn't.

Vincent Perotta: He was a bastard, all right?

Aaron Hotchner: Your father?

Vincent Perotta: I called him Frank. He was a mean son of a bitch. Is that what you want to know?

———–

Derek Morgan: Gideon. I think we got something here.

Elle Greenaway: He's got a bunch of pizza boxes from Frenetti's pizza. It's in Glen Burnie. A suburb that backs up right to the airport.

Spencer Reid: Which makes sense, since we can hear airplanes in the background of the video.

Jason Gideon: Check property records for Frank Perotta.

Derek Morgan: Who?

Jason Gideon: His father.

Derek Morgan: Why?

Jason Gideon: He still lives in his father's house.

Derek Morgan: I'll get Garcia on it.

Jason Gideon: That's why nothing is in his name.

———–

Derek Morgan: You got that address?

Penelope Garcia: In Glen Burnie like you thought. And it looks like Frank Perotta died in a suspicious hunting accident. With his son.

Derek Morgan: How long ago?

Penelope Garcia: 30 years. He was 17.

Derek Morgan: And my guess is it was no accident.

Penelope Garcia: Well, you said Vincent was looking for bigger prey. Sounds like he found it.

Derek Morgan: Garcia... You're my girl. Thank you.

———–

Agent: Clear! Clear!

Elle Greenaway: Upstairs?

Agent: Clear!

———–

Agent: We got a friendly! It's Baker!

Jason Gideon: Get out! Get out! Get out!

Agent: Get an ambulance!

Josh Cramer: Jimmy, you all right, man? Is he okay?

Elle Greenaway: He's gonna live.

Jason Gideon: Get out!

Josh Cramer: You gonna be all right Jimmy.

———–

Aaron Hotchner: You were just responding to what you learned, Vincent. When you grow up in an environment like that, an extremely abusive, violent household it's not surprising that some people grow up to become killers.

Vincent Perotta: Some people?

Aaron Hotchner: What's up?

Vincent Perotta: You said some people grow up to become killers.

Aaron Hotchner: And some people grow up to catch them.

———–

Jason Gideon: Carl Jung said, "The healthy man does not torture others. Generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers."

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