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Lead (2009)

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Pediatrician Gilbert Keppler is found guilty of sexually assaulting four of his male patients, so Detectives Stabler and Benson decide to go directly to Keppler for questioning, only to find him murdered in his apartment. Fin tells them that they are waiting for Greyleck to show up to the crime scene. To the detectives' surprise, Greyleck doesn't show up. She has resigned because the Obama administration called her back to Washington, D.C. Her new replacement is SVU's former ADA Alexandra Cabot , who has been assigned to take over Greyleck's caseload by Jack McCoy nearly three years after her release from the witness protection program and subsequent return to the DA's office. Stabler and Benson's investigation leads to Jeff Lynwood, the developmentally challenged son of a wealthy man , who killed Keppler because he called him stupid. As the trial goes on, the detectives discover that Jeffrey suffers from lead poisoning caused by Chinese-made products.

  • Final appearance of Kim Greylek, though Michaela McManus would continue to be listed in the opening credits through the rest of the season.

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