On Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 15, an investigation into a brutal murder leads to the discovery of a massive amount of child pornography on a computer.

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Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 15 starts out with a brutal murder in a normally sleepy little suburb of Los Angeles. The victim has had his throat slit and his head bashed in and there's a lot of blood. The cops quickly fixate on the victim's roommate, a stoner and rock band member who wears a wig to his day job, but then they find out that their victim was a thief who installed security systems and then stole laptops from his clients.

The victim was blackmailing his robbery victims, and the investigation into that leads to the discovery of a massive amount of child porn, which is quickly traced back to its owner, Dean Lewis. Lewis asks for a lawyer and then proceeds to cry about his own molestation as a child.

Meanwhile, Rusty has major relationship trouble after he tells Gus he doesn't want to move in with him and Gus breaks up with him. He struggles to figure out why he's not ready to do this while assisting Hobbs with the case against Dean Lewis. And Buzz reveals he has been writing to the perpetrator of the crime against his family.

To find out what happens, watch Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 15 online.

Episode Details

On Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 15, the team investigates the roommates of a young man who is found dead in his own living room with his throat cut.

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Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 15 Quotes

Provenza: Ah, Sanchez is here. Where's Nolan?
Buzz: He left to take care of something else.
Provenza: Something else? Isn't this enough?

Provenza: Sykes. What in the hell are we doing here?
Sykes: Uh, there's a murder?
Provenza: In 30 years, I've never worked a murder in Atwater Village. You know this is the Mayberry of L.A. They don't even have meter maids here.
Sykes: They call them Parking Enforcement.