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Stark and his team are given the case of an alleged rape of a student by three football players, one of whom is the star quarterback. The university wants as little press as possible and claims they can refuse to release information without a subpoena. Plus, the teammates are refusing to help in some sort of code of silence. Additionally, the victim seems to be hiding facts vital to the case.
Meanwhile, Julie has been suspended from school following allegations that she plagiarized her Longfellow term paper and Stark goes to the school to get his daughter back into class.
Poe: He should burn in Hell.
Stark: Well, before you call Dante...
Dante Alighieri lived in the 13th and early 14th centuries. A Florentine poet, his best known work is an epic poem entitled The Divine Comedy that describes what amounts to a guided tour of Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise. By far the most accessible part is the first part, Inferno, which descibes the trip through Hell.