Maggie and Dana struggle to find justice for victims murdered by a serial killer who left a ghoulish mark on all of his victims, while the mayor limits the investigation in order to prevent economical loss.
New York City bike messenger Holden March (guest star John Karna) creates a video diary of his troubles with women. Talk soon escalates to action, and the SVU scrambles to find his manifesto before he commits another violent act. When Rollins (Kelli Giddish) and Amaro (Danny Pino) come face to face with Holden, they find out just how dangerous a desperate man can be. Meanwhile, as Benson (Mariska Hargitay) balances the responsibilities of motherhood and career, the new Deputy Chief of SVU (guest star Peter Gallagher) calls her leadership into question.
When Danny and Baez suspect a little girl might be the victim of a kidnapping, the girl's mother denies it, but her story doesn't add up. Meanwhile, Frank pays a visit to a priest, a counselor to the NYPD, who was arrested on a DUI charge.
When Danny's car matches an NYPD description of a vehicle involved in a drug deal, he is stopped and taken into custody when a bag of cocaine is found in his trunk. Meanwhile, the Reagans band together to come to his defense.
Scott Giddins is a drug dealer, found dead near the Williamsburg Bridge. Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) and Green (Jesse L. Martin) canvass the neighborhood near his home and find a young woman in his apartment, close to death from a drug overdose. Scott was a bad guy - he had a reputation for selling drugs and hurting people. One of his acquaintances leads the cops to Bill Parker, a bus driver who was seen chasing Scott with a lead pipe because he was responsible for his teenage son's overdose and death. Briscoe is disturbed by the whole case, because it reminds him that his own daughter died at the age of 24, as a result of someone no different than Scott.
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