|Posted on Jul 14, 2011 11:31am|
After a blind photographer discovers that he'd photographed a dead man deserted in an alley, the blind manâ€™s memory and photographs of the scene become NCIS's only leads in the case. Using these tools, the team is able to trace the murder back to a co-worker of the victim, who himself was under investigation for embezzling funds. But after the co-worker is found dead with a suicide note confessing that he and the victim had been running an embezzlement con, and that he'd murdered the victim when they had a falling out, Gibbs' gut tells him the note was coerced. Gibb's skepticism is proven correct after a particularly astute observation by the blind photographer, and a cryptic message left in the suicide note, lead to the true killer.