When a rich and powerful couple with political connections is found murdered in their bedroom, Detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) decide to speak to the deceased couple's daughter, Anne (guest star Sarah Paulson), for more information. After hearing Anne's account of a nefarious man who has been following her, the detectives soon discover that Anne's supposed stalker is none other than Detective Ash Ramsey (guest star Naveen Andrews) of the Special Frauds division. Convinced that Anne killed her parents for their money, Ramsey becomes suspicious of Anne's business manager and is led to believe that he helped her steal money from the foundation she runs. When blackmail and embezzlement come into play, the detectives find that their lives may be at risk over a girl with some serious parent issues. Also starring: Dann Florek (Captain Donald Cragen), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Stephanie March (ADA Alexandra Cabot), B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang) and Tamara Tunie (M.E. Warner).
Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are called into Cragen's (Dann Florek) office, where a lieutenant from the Internal Affairs Bureau informs them a uniformed cop's wife, Jamie Callahan (Amy Landecker), claims her husband raped and abused her. They question Jamie and she doesn't trust that they'll believe her, so they talk to her husband, Tommy (R.E. Rogers). He denies ever hurting his wife, but while still in the squad room, he attacks his captain, and they cuff him and send him to psych services. Shortly thereafter, another cop, Wes Meyers (Brian Hutchison), kills his wife and tries to kill himself by putting a gun to his head. He barely survives, and his 10-year-old son watched the whole tragedy unfold. There's a connection - both Meyers and Callahan had been in the Army Reserve unit and served in Afghanistan. The detectives wonder if it isn't post-traumatic stress disorder, but Huang (B.D. Wong) talks to Callahan and believes that's not the case.
Tony Rosatti (Lou Bonacki), a well-to-do contractor with mob connections, is found dead in his brownstone. Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) and Green (Jesse L. Martin) immediately suspect the work of a professional and try to find the deceased's much younger second wife. Tony's wife, Sherri (Gretchen Egolf), was gone all weekend. She was supposed to be at a spa in Connecticut but she never checked in. She tells the cops she changed her mind, and at the last minute went to Bermuda. The detectives do some digging and figure out she wasn't alone; she was with Randy Porter (Bobby Cannavale), an electrician who worked for her husband. An off-duty cop, who was hired by Tony, also provides photos of the two in compromising positions.
Goren and Eames first suspect suicide when a controversial DJ is found dead, but they turn their attention to a female fanatic when they learn he was taking a placebo antidepressant.
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