Criminal minds episodes about kidnapping
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The BAU team is dispatched to Lawrence, Kansas, to investigate a series of fatal stabbings among the towns homeless population. The victims have all been found freshly bathed, neatly groomed, and wearing new clothes. To profiler Jason Gideon, these look like carefully staged murders in isolated settings, fulfilling the sick fantasies of one or more Unknown Subjects.
When the kidnapping of a young heiress presents a second, seemingly unrelated crime for the BAU to help solve, Gideon deduces a sinister connection, despite the variance in MOs. The kidnap victim must be found - before she too is a player in the mind games of a pair of UnSubs who are inventing horrific new ways to kill.
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Sign in. Get a quick look at the the week's trailers, including Villains , Countdown , Like a Boss , and more. Watch now. Kate receives a text from Meg of what is the beginning of their emergency code word. Kate does quickly discover that it is not Meg acting out as she has been of late, but that she and her best friend Markayla are in trouble, having been seen voluntarily getting into an unknown van, shortly before their cell phones went dark. The BAU is certain they were abducted when Garcia discovers that both Meg and Markayla's computer activity has been wiped clean, the thought being that they met their abductors through social media.
During next week's episode of "Criminal Minds," the Behavioral Analysis Unit BAU will go on the hunt for a man who kidnapped and tortured three young women for years, just like notorious kidnapper Ariel Castro. The synopsis for the upcoming episode, which is titled "Hostage," reveals that a teenage girl will manage to escape a suburban home where she and two others were being held in bondage. The storyline sounds very much like the real-life report of the Cleveland house of horrors where Castro kept three women hostage until they finally escaped in He grabbed his first victim, Michelle Knight, in when she was 21 years old and abused her for 11 years. He later kidnapped Amanda Berry in when she was 16 years old and then Gina DeJesus in at the age of Castro was arrested and sentenced to life in prison without parole after pleading guilty to counts of rape, kidnapping and aggravated murder.
Dr. Spencer Reid was kidnapped and tortured.
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What follows are the ten episodes which stuck in my mind as being particularly dark. What could be creepier than a serial killer calm enough to sit opposite Jason Gideon in a diner, and sip milkshake whilst casually concluding that the BAU will simply let him walk away? Perhaps the worst part of this episode, though, is that Frank really does walk away at the end — and although he appears again the season finale, he escapes justice by throwing himself under the train. While most people would think of a legal way to deal with this sad situation, Conrad Winmar has his own, horrific solution — he kidnaps homeless women, keeps them in his basement, and forces them to bear his children. And if they miscarry or give birth to a girl instead of the desired sons, they get murdered and replaced with a new girl.