Emily Prentiss : What is this on the floor?
Penelope Garcia : Uh, that. Oh, god. That is... the contents of Vanessa Campbell's stomach, which she... ralphed up.
Emily Prentiss : And in the glass?
Penelope Garcia : According to the police report, it is salt and water.
Emily Prentiss : Homemade emetic.
Penelope Garcia : E-what-what?
David Rossi : Quick and dirty cocktail, meant to induce vomiting.
Emily Prentiss : Vanessa Campbell and her husband moved to a new address, they put locks on the doors, they took precautions. She even knew what to do if she was dosed again, and it still wasn't enough. That's what he gets out of it.
Aaron Hotchner : Their fear. He wants them to know that no matter what, he can still get to them.
Chief Wilson : I just got the breakdown of Vanessa Campbell's vomit, and there's no trace of Rohypnol or GHB.
David Rossi : Date rape drugs are fast, but not that fast.
Aaron Hotchner : However he's dosing them, it's not through their stomachs. Chief, have you, uh, been able to contact all the victims?
Chief Wilson : Yeah, the ones that we could find. Some moved, and some wouldn't take our call. But then the press got a hold of it, and the women started to contact us. Three more victims admitted they'd been re-assaulted.
David Rossi : Eighty percent of women who are raped never report it. Understandable they didn't want to report it a second time.