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This story is No. 1 in the series "Little Red Riding Hood Is A Big Bad Wolf". You may wish to read the series introduction first.

Summary: Facts don't lie. But sometimes, you might not understand what they're telling you.

Categories Author Rating Chapters Words Recs Reviews Hits Published Updated Complete
CSI > CSI New YorkGreywizardFR181526063,16518 Aug 1118 Aug 11Yes
Disclaimer: They all belong to Joss and ME, or Anthony E. Zuiker, Carol Mendelsohn and Ann Donahue. Deal with it. I have.

Category: Crossover with CSI: NY.

Time Frame: After 'Not Fade Away' for Angel, and an indeterminate time for the CSI: NY characters. Ignores the comics entirely.

Spoilers: None whatsoever.

Character Bashing: None.

Feedback: Of course!

Archiving: Talk to me first, please.

Author’s Note 1: This one is unbeta'd, as all of these submissions will be.

Author’s Note 2: As usual, “word” indicates speech, :: word :: indicates mental communication and { word } indicates a character's thoughts.

Author’s Note 3: This is story #17 for Challenge 6471: August Fic-A-Day 2011.


"I don't know exactly what it is, Mac, but something about this whole situation here is bothering me," Detective Don Flack (Homicide) commented to Detective Mac Taylor, the CSI Supervisor whose team had responded to the scene of the incident currently under investigation.

"Well, if you aren't exactly sure what it is that's bothering you, why don't you just tell me everything you do know concerning the case and maybe doing that will jar loose whatever it is that seems wrong about the situation," Taylor suggested as he ran an experienced eye over the crime scene.

Blood was splattered quite liberally over all four walls of the dilapidated apartment as well as the ceiling and the various pieces of ramshackle furniture that were still in one piece, and extensive pools of the crimson fluid were beginning to dry on the floors – the amount probably enough to completely fill the five bodies which the coroners office van had just carted away, he noted with practiced expertise.

"Well, first off, these guys are the same crowd that we checked out last month for the 'alleged' gang rape of that college girl," Flack informed the other man with a sigh and a shake of his head, the quotes around the word evident from his tone of voice.

"A group of incredibly freakin' rich boys who think that because their daddies can buy and sell small countries, they can do whatever they want to whoever they want, and they won't ever get in trouble," the detective grumbled, before resuming his account of the incident.

"Anyway, a patrol car saw a young woman exiting the building and the officer noticed that she appeared to be dazed and was wandering aimlessly," he continued his report, "so he pulled over to question her and then saw she was covered in blood and appeared to be in some sort of shock, so he called it in, after she was non-responsive to his questions.

"The units who responded and checked out the area found a blood trail, which led them to here, where they discovered the bodies which Sid and his minions just took back to the morgue, which all looked like they got chewed on by a very big dog, from what I saw, and that's pretty much the sum total of everything I know about this case," he concluded with a disgusted frown.

"What do we know about the apparent rape victim?" Mac asked, wanting to gather all the available information concerning the case.

"Not a lot," Flack shook his head. "The officer who found her checked her purse and according to her license, her name's Nina Ash, and she lives in Los Angeles."


Author's Note: If anyone is interested in picking this plot bunny up and running with it, let me know, so I can track it. What's nice is that you can go in pretty much any direction you want with this particular bunny.

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