Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Season 15 Episode 23

Thought Criminal

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An undercover operation that targets a famous photographer, yields clues and assumptions, but no proof that the man's fantasies have become reality. And Murphy's new protocol that pushes for more perpetrators, regardless of any ethical or legal breaches, may be at fault.

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Josh Malina played a creepy character with dark thoughts, but he committed no crime. Amaro took his frustrations with his own wife out on the guy when he confronted him. He was right to question the guy about taking pictures of children, but should have cuffed him as soon as the guy hit him. He went too far in beating him. Things look bad for my Amaro.
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I rewound that scene a few times. It looked to me that Amaro grabbed for the camera and it accidently hit him in the head.
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I was going to call the ending contrived, but after thinking about it, I'd like to give the writers the benefit of the doubt and wait for next week. Yet, the previews with saying the DA / police are considering a charge of attempted murder is just . . . well, contrived. The guy STRUCK a police officer hard enough to make him bleed. He then was resisting arrest.Should the officer have been there? He was within his legal right given to the best of my knowledge there wasn't a restraining order against the NYPD from approach him. (OK, I admit I didn't watch every minute of the episode.) I'm not defending the officer, as IMHO, the NYPD isn't and should never be the thought police. I'm just saying attacking an officer doesn't come with an automatically built in defense, even if he's in the wrong.moreless
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