再见 伙计们 明天见
OK, bye, guys. See you later.
Stop. I'll see you later.
Oh, my God!
Don't be such an arse.
不 不要 救命
No! No! Help me!
Jasper, it's time to come in now!
Jasper! Come in now!
You're welcome, Professor.
Ladies and gentlemen...
Today, we will be discussing perpetrator identification.
Studies have shown that 73% of wrongful convictions
are due to false perpetrator identification.
Witnesses often give contradictory or wildly divergent accounts.
Today, it is our task to explore why.
In page seven of your lecture handout,
you will find a list of multiple choice questions
concerning the attack on my person you so recently witnessed.
Your time starts...
好吧 威尔逊先生 我想先这样吧 伙计
All right, Mr Wilson. I think that's all for now, mate.
-谢谢 我会再联♥系♥你 -很高兴协助你
- Yeah, thank you. We'll be in touch. - Happy to help you.
-抱歉 我来晚了 -你的头怎么样
- Sorry I'm late. - How's your head?
Mind your own business, Detective Sergeant.
- Rabbit doesn't look too happy. - The college are freaking out.
What have we got so far?
- Sum total of sod all. - It's a student's toilet.
体液 指纹 淫秽涂鸦
Body fluids, finger prints, obscene graffiti.
There's DNA everywhere.
Like I said, sod all.
The initial medical exam has turned up nothing usable.
There are no witnesses,
and the victim's in a state of shock and can't remember anything.
Has she been to the referral centre?
Yeah, she spoke to a doctor at the hospital.
And our rape specialist followed up about an hour or two later.
She said her necklace was missing,
but that's about all they can get out of her.
- Did you say necklace? - Yeah.
Winters, have you checked CCTV?
Installed, but not turned on.
They were worried it was an invasion of the students' privacy.
- Where? - Second cubicle.
What's with you and Danny-boy?
I don't know what you're talking about.
By the look on his face, he's got your DNA all over him.
I'm never less than completely professional, Martin,
unlike some people I could mention. You photographed all this?
Up on the server in half an hour, Detective Sergeant.
Now that she's been properly processed,
am I OK to follow up with her?
I don't see the point. She's already spoken to Dr Rosenbaum.
Oh, God help me.
I've got the DCI texting me every five minutes for an update.
-罗森鲍姆是强♥奸♥专家 -我知道 机灵鬼
- Rosenbaum's a rape specialist. - I know, smart-arse.
It feels a bit weird to be back.
- Your old stomping ground. - Yeah.
So, what makes you think
you'll get anything more out of the victim?
Not me. But since we're here...
这个人 A 上唇有胡须
The man had A - a moustache,
B - a beard,
C - a moustache and a beard,
D - none of the above.
The answer was D.
It promises to be a challenging year.
You may be seated.
Perhaps you might redeem your collective failure
by offering an explanation.
We were taken by surprise?
Most criminal enterprise relies on an element of surprise.
Look at you all.
Like a battery farm of gutless chickens.
Heaven forbid that anyone should stand out from the flock.
Almost without exception,
you failed to describe
the detailed physiognomy of the perpetrator.
Why might that be?
- Trauma. - Crime is inherently traumatic.
Both victim and witness may fall foul
of the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis.
The hypothalamus sends signals to the pituitary
and thence to the adrenal gland, releasing cortisol.
This leads to tunnel vision.
A narrow snapshot of the event encodes onto the brain.
Within seconds, this memory starts to fade,
to become contaminated,
turning us into unreliable narrators.
A violent event leaves a wound
which spreads and infects everything.
Trauma scrambles the senses, ladies and gentlemen.
It transforms even the most lucid mind into a labyrinth.
Professor. You might remember me.
Please do not make me guess.
Lisa Donckers. I'm a detective sergeant now.
Academia's loss is the constabulary's gain.
I was hoping I might take a minute of your time.
You already have. Please come to the point.
A young woman was raped last night 100 yards from here.
And what does that have to do with me?
I spent three years here listening to you.
I know you could help us get inside her mind.
My interest in crime is purely academic, Detective.
I do not like to get my hands dirty.
The victim's too traumatised to tell us anything.
We've got no forensic evidence to go on,
and my boss has got a lot on his plate.
- But I've got this hinge that... - Hinge?
A connection to another crime.
Five years ago. Well, she lost this necklace, and...
So you think it's a serial rapist?
没错 五年前 有桩类似案件
Exactly. Five years ago, there was another case just like this.
Five years ago? And no related cases in-between?
是的 不 我不清楚 关键在于
Yes. No. I don't know. The point is...
What was it about this five-year-old case
that first drew your attention?
Well, I just... I happened to... It's... It's complicated.
-警长 -东克斯 丽莎·东克斯
- Detective... - Donckers. Lisa Donckers.
A memorable name, yet...
I really think you could help.