Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Hi, my name is Emily Procter and I work in a team with Horatio Caine as a detective. This week I received a call from a fisherman who fished a shark that had a humain male arm and partial torso with a single .45 caliber bullet wound. After the inspection of the body I realized that the victim was likely a political refugee from Cuba. I identified the victim from a tattoo on his forearm. The victim was attempting to escape from Cuba to the United States, she was shot fataly in the thigh, probably by her brother, Pedro De Soto, who was arrested when a colt .45 was found in his bedroom.

When I arrived in the mortuary, I was scared because the victim's body was really in bad condition and smell because the decomposition had already begun. After a moment I was ready to begin my inspection. I regularly saw many things how normal people would lose consciousness, but I was not affected. This time it was really different because the body was chewed by a shark and digestion had begun. My work was easy because the tattoo was helped me identify the victim and when you know who the victim is, it is generally easy to find the aggressor.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005




HORATIO CAINE
Hi, my name is Horatio Caine, I am 46 years old. I am the main inspector of the department of Crime Scene Investigation of Miami. I like to help the police to find killers, I have found my calling: it is to protect Miami City. In the episode called "48 hours to life" I was called to the Miami Marina and found a beautiful woman in a pool of blood in the cabin of her 40-foot boat. I saw she had a wound through the chest from a .32 caliber gunshot. I began by a thorough inspection of the scene of crime and after I met many people to resolve this crime. Like all other episodes I always found the criminal.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

1. Who was the enemy of the pilot ?

Rep: It was the pilot's co-worker.

2. Where did the main action take place in this episode ?

Rep: This episode took place on Miami Beach.

3. What happened when the pilot lost consciousness ?

Rep: The plane crashed on the beach.

4. Who did the investigation ?

Rep: Horatio and his team ( the Crime Scene Investigation ) did the investigation.

5. Why did the pilot lost consciousness ?

Rep: Because the exhaust was sent to the cockpit to intoxicate the pilot and kill him.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Air traffic ( not landing )

The first episode took place on Miami Beach where a small plane was about to crash. There were a lot of people on the beach at this time but fortunately no one was injured. When the police arrived the pilot was dead. Horatio made his investigation and he found chemical products in the additional tank. This chemical product was used to produce cocaine. Horatio and his team met many people of pilot's circle of friends and family to try to understand what happened. Finally, they solved the crime, the co-worker of the pilot had saboted the plane and the pilot died before the crash. The exhaust was sent in the cockpit to intoxicate the pilot and kill him.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

The English TV program that I choose to watch is CSI Miami. This TV program plays on CTV every Monday from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm. This show is about forty minutes if you exclude the commercials. It the story of a Florida police department’s method to make Crime Scene Investigations. They resolue different crimes by a fine inspection of the crime scene. Their mission is to inspect the scene of the crime, find clues and reconstruct facts to arrest the guilty. The main characters are Horatio Caine who is the lieutenant of the team, played by David Caruso, Calleigh Duquesne played by Emily Procter, Tims speedle played by Rory Cochrane and finally the detective Yelina Salas played by Sofia Milos. These are all main characters, but other characters are present in other episodes but only as secondary characters. This TV program is really attractive with a lot of action and suspense and many special effects. When the crime is resolved you always see a reconstruction of the crime.