|LawOrder SVU Daylight
Author: Lantana75 PM
Four female NYPD detectives, including two well-known, are found restrained, raped, and beaten in their own homes. Were these crimes related or were these women simply random victims?Rated: Fiction T - English - Crime - D. Beck & C. Novak - Chapters: 9 - Words: 9,728 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Published: 01-20-12 - id: 7758185
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Eight Months Later
Nikki watched television as Nina walked into the apartment. Nikki hjad a large pizza on the coffee table and she was having a feast in front of a Denzel Washington movie. Nina sat on the sofa.
"Having a party?," Nina asked.
"I didn't feel like cooking," Nikki said. "Are you OK?"
"Logan Driscoll died this morning," Nina said.
"OK," Nikki replied. She picked up the remote control. "I wonder if there's a good Denzel Washington movie on?"
"Glad to know you're heartbroken," Nina smiled.
"Bastard deserves it," Nikki said. She found "Unstoppable" on the television cable guide. "I love this one," she said. She dropped the remote control and got comfortable.
"Yeah, I agree," Nina said. "About Logan. But, his brother is still in that facility and he had nothing to do with this."
"To some extent, he did," Nikki said. "He forced Langford to have to shoot him, which is what set Logan off. Both those brothers had it coming once they chose their lifestyles."
"We don't know how they were raised," Nina said.
"Nina, I don't care if they had the worst parents in history," Nikki said. "That does not give you a license to be a bad person. Get some therapy, get over it, and become a productive member of society."
"Nikki, I have dealt with criminals that showed no remorse for their actions, even seemed to be proud of what they had done," Nina told her sister. "Some had awful childhood memories. Sometimes, I would wonder why they never sought help and how could anyone possibly think that there is no right or wrong. Believe me, Nikki, some people are so screwed up so early in life that you can lose all meaning of what's right and what's wrong."
"You're getting too soft, Nina," Nikki said. "Once you're an adult, you can make your own choices. You should have asked some suspect why he or she couldn't do that once they grew up."
Nina sighed and nodded. "Maybe," she said. "Maybe we're both right, to some point."