Velasco asks Benson for help finding three girls who were trafficked from his hometown to New York City.
Dr. House and his team race to diagnose a member of the mob and get him well enough to testify and enter the witness protection program while Cuddy works to convince Vogler of House's importance to the hospital.
Construction workers discover a teenage girl, Tandi McCain (Amanda Seyfried), who's been missing for days, bound with duct tape and very scared. She was apparently raped, but when her stepfather, Ronald (Michael O'Keefe), arrives, they fight to prevent her from going to the hospital. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) convinces them they have no choice in the situation. Tandi had definitely been raped, and claims she was on the Hudson University campus, when four cadets kidnapped her and took her. She is a little sketchy with the descriptions, but the detectives are able to identify four cadets who all have the same story - Tandi had been at a dorm party, drinking and having a good time. They all claim innocence, and continue to stick by the fact none of them touched her.
A starving toddler found wandering the streets alone leads detectives to the home of Manuela Ozuna (guest star Jessica Pimental) and another child in grave condition. The police question Department of Child Services caseworker Keith Musio (guest star John Magaro), whose vague and backdated reports on the family suggest he hadn't checked on the children in months. When the overworked Keith accuses his supervisor, Janette Grayson (Goldberg), of orchestrating the false reports, Chief Dodds (guest star Peter Gallagher) promises to conduct an internal investigation. But when neglect leads to death, Barba (Raúl Esparza) takes matters into his own hands and arrests them for manslaughter. Meanwhile, Dodds indicates some changes coming to Benson's (Mariska Hargitay) squad.
A serial predator targeting men in gay bars proves difficult to catch, until a celebrity comes forward with his story.
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