How To Get Away With Murder Felirat Magyar S05E12
In the episode "The Slave of Duty", Wes Brown guest-starred as Joe Belser, a.k.a. "The Nashville Stalker", a misogynistic serial killer and Khary Payton guest-starred as Detective Landon Kaminski, who leads the investigation of the murders. In the episode "Retaliation", Lee Tergesen guest-starred as Dale Schrader, a serial killer who escapes police custody and abducts the family of his former accomplice. In the episode "The Uncanny Valley", Jonathan Frakes guest-starred as Dr. Arthur Malcolm, a pedophile who molested his daughter, Samantha, and gave her porcelain dolls away to another girl. Rosalie Ward guest-starred as Bethany Wallace, a woman who is abducted by Samantha Malcolm. In the episode "Risky Business", John Pyper-Ferguson guest-starred as Wilson Summers, a father who created a viral internet game that convinces young teenagers to commit suicide.
How to Get Away with Murder felirat magyar S05E12
In the episode "Solitary Man", Morgan Lily guest-starred as Jody Hatchett, a young girl whose father, Wade, abducts mothers for Jody and would later tell her about his escapades as fairytales. Gabrielle Carteris guest-starred as Nancy Campbell, the last victim whom Wade abducts. In the episode "The Fight", Alexa Nikolas guest-starred as Jane McBride, a teenage girl who is abducted by John Vincent Bell, along with her father, Ben. Lesley Fera guest-starred as Leslie McBride. In the episode "A Rite of Passage", Mike Doyle guest-starred as Deputy Ronald Boyd, a serial killer who is targeting illegal immigrants trying to cross the U.S. border. Marlene Forte guest-starred as Sheriff Eva Ruiz, who aids the BAU with the investigation of the murders until Ronald murders her. In the episode "A Thousand Words", Jolene Andersen guest-starred as Juliet Monroe, a pregnant widow who has been abducting women for several years until she dies giving birth to her son.
While doing research in the hospital morgue, Sherlock stumbles upon a murder that no one else has noticed. Someone with medical knowledge has been poisoning vulnerable, pain-wracked, near-death patients with epinephrine and making it look like they died of natural causes. Sherlock realizes that he is chasing an angel of death who has murdered eight others. He identifies the man because the killer becomes acquainted with his victims; one of them spoke only Ukrainian. None of the doctors do, but a janitor was a doctor in Ukraine. The man is arrested and confesses to everything, but Sherlock is bothered by the fact that one of his victims was recovering. It turns out that her surgeon tampered with the woman's medical file to make it look like she was dying. When he operated on her, he left a surgical clamp inside her; because of his prior blunders, he would have been fired and in danger of losing his license if his latest mistake came to light.
Sherlock assists Gregson with a double homicide investigation that has the same modus operandi as a series of murders from 13 years ago. That case led to the conviction of Wade Crewes, who is still in jail, and gave Gregson his big break. While Gregson looks for a copycat killer, Sherlock digs into the old case. He discovers that either Gregson or his then partner planted a mug with Crewes' fingerprints at a crime scene, which proved vital in obtaining Crewes's conviction. Sherlock questions whether Crewes is guilty after all. Crewes had no visitors during his incarceration, so an accomplice seems impossible, that is until Sherlock realizes a prison library worker named Sean Figuero taught the illiterate Crewes to read. Sean turns out to be Crewes' illegitimate son and his accomplice.
While getting prepped in a hospital for a kidney donation to his very ill sister, notorious serial murderer Howard Ennis (Terry Kinney) escapes from custody and resumes killing. Sherlock is brought in to consult, but he bristles when he learns that he must work alongside Kathryn Drummond, an FBI profiler who wrote a book about Ennis. She and Sherlock have a past, but their association ended when she published an article profiling Sherlock (called "the deductionist" in the article to protect his identity) that predicted, among other things, his forthcoming addiction. Even though Sherlock and Drummond do not get along, they both have a similar idea of what Ennis is likely to do next. The only problem is that Ennis is killing atypically. The experts are stumped until Sherlock realizes that Ennis is out to avenge himself on Drummond because the publicity from her false accusation that his father abused him devastated his family and led to the father's suicide. Watson leads Sherlock to realize that Ennis's sister is working with him. She stabs Drummond when the latter comes to apologize for her unsubstantiated claims; Drummond survives.
While driving home after a long day, Bell is shot at, and his car overturns. He is not able to get a good look at the shooter, but he recognizes the car as belonging to a recently released drug lord who had vowed to get revenge for Bell's involvement in the man's conviction. Then the criminal turns up dead, and all the evidence points to Bell. Sherlock finds the murder weapon, planted in Bell's apartment. Bell also struggles to reconnect with his brother Andre (Malcolm Goodwin), an ex-convict on parole who wants to use his underworld connections in order to help. Andre ends up with two bullets in his back, but survives. Sherlock finally realizes that it is not one of Bell's known enemies, but rather a colleague and former girlfriend who is after him. The career of Officer Paula Reyes (Paula Garcés) was derailed after Bell tipped off the department about a dirty cop whom she admired (and possibly abetted).
Moriarty calls Sherlock to have him look into the several-month-old unsolved murder of a mechanic; in exchange, he offers to give Sherlock answers about Irene Adler's death. Sherlock learns the mechanic was under surveillance by a private security firm whose founder's sister was killed 20 years ago. After Sherlock tells the founder, Daren Sutter, that he knows Sutter avenged his sister and that someone has bugged his home, Sutter confesses to the mechanic's murder. Moriarty, however, tells Sherlock that he has not uncovered the whole truth. Sherlock discovers that Sutter did not see his sister's murderer's face as he fled. His wife (who was married to someone else at the time) did, but she could not come forward, as it would reveal her affair with Daren. When her husband's mental health began failing as the 20th anniversary of the murder approached, she convinced him that the lookalike mechanic was the murderer. It worked; Daren was finally at peace with himself. However, the mechanic was out of the country at the time of the sister's death. Mrs Sutter is arrested.
Sherlock and Joan investigate the murder of mathematician Felix Soto, whose walls are covered in invisible ink with his work. A colleague of Sherlock's reveals the work is about the P versus NP problem, one that has bedeviled mathematicians. Holmes and Watson are directed to a professor, Tanya Barrett (Lynn Collins), who had written about the problem and all those who attempted to solve it, including the victim and his research partner, Cyril Nauer. Nauer is also murdered, within hours of Soto, and a mugger was shot and left for dead after seeing the killer leave Soto's apartment. Sherlock realizes Nauer's apartment was bugged and under CCTV surveillance and tracks down Roe, the man responsible. He tells Sherlock the proof would render all current encryption useless. It would be worth tens, maybe hundreds of millions to a company like his that could use the proof to develop new encryption methods before anyone else, so he had no motive to kill the men. Roe had Barrett evaluate the dead men's work; she told him that, while they had made great progress, they were only a third of the way to a solution. Sherlock comes to suspect Barrett has solved the problem herself, but needed more time to (criminally) cash in on it. A security video recording shows her at a bar with a friend at the time of the murders. Watson studies the footage and notices the drinks are too cheap; the video is from happy hour, not later in the evening like Barrett claimed. Barrett is arrested, but the federal government takes over in the interest of national security.
After leaking state secrets to the public, a government contractor named Ezra Kleinfelter (Christian Campbell) is on the run. A mysterious man hires Sherlock and Joan to locate him. Sherlock discovers that his new client works for Ezra's former employers and would most likely kill him if they found him. Sherlock identifies Ezra's connection with "Everyone," a group of cyber-activists, and deduces the identity of the female Everyone member harboring Ezra, but they find Vanessa Hiskie dead in her apartment. They suspect Ezra killed her, probably for resisting his romantic advances, but find a box he took from a bunker where he was previously hiding and use it to trace his new location. Sherlock steals a guard's phone, realizing he is passing messages to Ezra, but Everyone traces it to Sherlock and Joan and wreaks havoc on their digital lives. Meanwhile, one of Joan's friends posts her profile on a dating site. Everyone posts horrible things supposedly written by her, as well as her address. The hackers also disconnect her and Sherlock's cell phones, prompting a man she showed interest in on the dating site to show up at her house to check up on her. Sherlock catches up to Ezra as he tries to leave the country on a plane owned by a very wealthy former software engineer and Everyone member. Ezra threatens to expose 14 American unless they let him go. Sherlock contacts the man who originally hired him on the case, Mr. Honeycutt, and convinces him to release the list of names Ezra has to the authorities so they can get the spies to safe houses. Ezra is extradited and arrested, not for the leaks, but for Hiskie's murder.
An intruder invades Captain Gregson's home, terrorizing his wife and asking where he can find her husband. She manages to shoot him, and he runs away. Sherlock and Joan comb through Gregson's old cases for suspects. Then two murder victims surface, including Gregson's neighbor Lieutenant James Monroe. Sherlock realizes the killer went to the wrong house (due to a Google Maps error) and is not after Gregson at all. Tying the victims to their joint service in Afghanistan, they investigate an ex-soldier who attacked one of them before being discharged from the Army, but he has no bullet wound. They discover the men were assigned to guard an archaeological site. Sherlock questions Beth Roney, the archaeologist in charge, quickly deducing that she stole artifacts from the dig and is now killing her accomplices. They remember seeing a valuable bowl, one of a set found at the site, in Roney's home, but when they search her place the next day, it is gone. Sherlock realizes her ex-husband must have taken it; Roney's dog barks at unfamiliar men, but the neighbors heard nothing during the night. After being told of evidence incriminating him, the ex-husband confesses and implicates his wife. 041b061a72