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Forty-One Witnesses 

A woman is sexually assaulted by a group of teens outside of an apartment building. SVU tries to build a case against her aggressors, but none of the the dozens of potential witnesses who saw the attack are willing to come forward.

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Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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Libby Parker
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Doug Nelson
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Mrs. Weissman
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Dr. Darby Wilder
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Ronnie Ellis (as J. Mallory-McCree)
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Juan
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A woman is sexually assaulted by a group of teens outside of an apartment building. SVU tries to build a case against her aggressors, but none of the the dozens of potential witnesses who saw the attack are willing to come forward.

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Guest stars Anthony Ramos and Daveed Diggs star together in the hit Broadway show Hamilton. See more »

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During the opening scene when the detectives first find the victim, Olivia Benson is wearing the wrong type of badge, she had on a sergeant's shield instead of her lieutenant's shield. See more »

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Dominick Carisi, Jr.: Now, maybe he's a coward, yeah, uh-huh, but he's credible.
Rafael Barba: So good memory, no morality.
Rafael Barba: Fantastic.
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Dull and Uninteresting but brutally highlights the negligence of modern society
3 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

I was looking forward to watching this episode in light of season 17s surprisingly improved upon stories. However this episode is without a sense of passion and aggression that is usually prevalent with characters such as Barba and Benson. The guest stars were definitely not memorable in their performances and the court room half of the episode was quite dull and uninspired. Although i found this to be a fairly boring episode its does touch on the carelessness of modern citizens when witness to a crime, which to me alerts us all that our compassion to fellow humans these days has faded. Overall i give this uninspired ep a 6/10


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