First 'Coming Of Rage' Plot DetailsBy Caillan
October 25, 2003 - 8:02 AM
See Also: 'Coming Of Rage' Episode Guide
Everyone's a suspect at Vegas Senior High when a 15-year-old girl is raped in the upcoming CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode, "Coming of Rage".
The episode starts at a construction site, where the workers discover the body of teenager Brian Savill, sources told CSI Files today. Brian came to a nasty end: beaten in the head with a hammer and left for dead. But he does leave the CSIs a clue: a piece of red fabric he tore from the assailant's clothing just before he died.
Grissom enlists the help of a canine friend, Penny the bloodhound, to try and track down the owner of the red fabric. Penny leads Grissom, Brass and Sara to a clothing outlet at the mall, where a red cardigan has been left in a bag. Surveillance footage from the store shows a teenage girl, who is quickly identified by Gregory Curtis, one of the construction site workers: she's his sister.
Ashley Curtis is brought down to the police department and pours her heart out to Sara. She says Brian approached her at the mall asking for help in finding his lost cat. After they reached the construction site, Ashley claims he led her into the house and began to rape her. According to her story, someone appeared from nowhere and bashed Brian on the head with a hammer. Ashley says she made a run for it to the mall where she bought new clothes to remove all memories of her attack.
Now that the potential suspect has turned out to be the victim, the CSIs seem to be at a loss. They only have one clue to go on: the assailant was wearing Vans sneakers. Grissom and Warrick head off to Vegas Senior High to track down their Vans-clad murderer...
Please note that the above plot details have not been confirmed by CBS, Alliance Atlantis or Bruckheimer Films, and until such time you should treat this information as you would any other rumour. The above information comes from an early draft of the script and details may change before the episode goes to air.
"Coming of Rage" will likely air in late 2003 or early 2004.