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CSI: Miami: Identity

A dead woman found swallowed up inside a snake leads the CSI to a drug smuggling operation. It is believed the snakes are used to smuggle the drugs inside of them, avoiding detection by customs. Horatio discovers his nemesis, Clavo Cruz is behind the drug smuggling racket and is determined to prove it. Meanwhile, Wolfe leads an investigation of a pair of women, both claiming that each other is part of an identity theft scandal against them.

Episode Info

Episode number: 3x15
Airdate: Monday February 14th, 2005

Alternate Airdates:

NL (RTL 5) Dec 16, 2008


Guest Stars
Armando Valdes-KennedyArmando Valdes-Kennedy
As Aaron Price
Boti Ann BlissBoti Ann Bliss
As Maxine Valera
Castulo GuerraCastulo Guerra
As General Antonio Cruz
Gonzalo MenendezGonzalo Menendez
As Clavo Cruz
Rex LinnRex Linn
As Detective Frank Tripp
Alisia GeanopulosAlisia Geanopulos
As Raver Girl #1
Andrew DavoliAndrew Davoli
As Billy Palmero
Brendan MillerBrendan Miller
As Frat Guy #1
Gino Anthony PesiGino Anthony Pesi
As Security Guard
Jim Davidson (2)Jim Davidson (2)
As Dr. Merrick
Joe Michael BurkeJoe Michael Burke
As Phillip Gardner
Jud TylorJud Tylor
As Eve Martinkus
Kristen DemergianKristen Demergian
As Tanya Fhurman
Lee WhittakerLee Whittaker
As Weasel
Marsh MokhtariMarsh Mokhtari
As Maitre d'
Mary CastroMary Castro
As Latina Hottie
Myndy CristMyndy Crist
As Karla Gardner
Sonia BragaSonia Braga
As Dona Marta Cruz
Main Cast
David CarusoDavid Caruso
As Lieutenant Horatio Caine
Emily ProcterEmily Procter
As Calleigh Duquesne
Adam RodriguezAdam Rodriguez
As Eric 'Delko' Delektorsky
Khandi AlexanderKhandi Alexander
As Chief Medical Examiner Alexx Woods
Episode Goofs
The snake in this episode is obviously patterned after an anaconda, yet they identify it as a boa.

When Clavo is arrested, we see the police officer handcuff him. When we cut to the wide shot, however, he is not cuffed.

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