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Henry Darius, a convicted serial killer, confesses to an unsolved murder and is flown from New York to Miami to show the police exactly where he buried the body. However, as the plane flies into Miami, it crashes and Darius escapes. Now, as Darius begins a Miami killing spree, CSI: New York's Detective Mac Taylor who put Darius away the first time comes to help Horatio and the Miami team track down Darius before he kills again.
Horatio: Well James sit tight. It's about to get interesting.
Frank: You think a guy like Darius can stop on his own?
Horatio: He's not going to stop until we make him stop.
Frank: Notified New York.
Horatio: Appreciate it.
Frank: Detective Taylor sends his regards..offers his services.
Horatio: Mac's a good man.
Frank: I figured you'd say that. I'll tell him to come down.
(About digging up a grave)
Calleigh: We're gonna need a warrant.
Ryan: And some heavy equipment.
Wouldn't the CSI team have checked the CD player as part of the initial investigation? It just seems a bit odd that they passed over processing the entire dashboard, when CSIs by nature are so incredibly thorough.
After one year, unused car's battery should have been dead and it would be impossible to turn the radio on. The car was in the lot for a year but somehow the light on the CD player/radio was still blinking.