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‘Criminal Minds’: Texas murder puts team at risk on 2-part season finale

Joe Mantegna plays David Rossi on Criminal Minds
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The fans of “Criminal Minds” will be on pins and needles as the Behavioral Analysis Unit team heads down to Texas to investigate the murders of several prostitutes. The religious overtones of the murders seem to lead to something else and what happens will shock the viewers. According to Broadway World on Wednesday, the probing on the BAU team might seem to be part of the job, but it begins to put the team at risk when they start asking so many questions.

This “Criminal Minds” spoiler offers a look at the first episode of the season finale called “Angels.” Fans who don’t want to know details should look away now. When the BAU is called to Texas to consult on the murders of prostitutes, evidence points to killings with religious overtones. Looking to solve the case, there appears to be more than meets the eye and the key characters in the investigation appear to be hiding the truth.

The site Zap2It is reporting on Wednesday that one of the characters who seems to be lacking any knowledge and hiding something is the Texas medical examiner who seems questionably competent. The man was elected to the position, but he is not a doctor and doesn’t seem to have the knowledge needed for the job. Whether it is because of the conspiracy or education, the team must use what they have to get to the bottom of the murders.

Next week the final installment of the season finale is called “Demons” continues the murder investigation in Texas. The clues uncover a deep web of corruption that could be the motive for the killings and give explanation on why everyone in the community is less than helpful in providing information.

“Criminal Minds” fans are eager to watch the ending of the ninth season of the show. Looking to see how this crime solving unit unravels the final case of the season, the show will be heavily watched (and dissected) by the viewers.

“Criminal Minds” airs Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

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