MAGNIUM PI Season 4 Episode 19 “A VOODOO SOURCE IS BLACKMADE TO THROW A MURDER TRIAL”. MAGNIUM PI is hired to investigate a man who has woken up on a beach covered in blood and is asking for Magnum and Higgins to help him.
VOODOO DRUGS USED TO ROB A MAN
Amongst the many drugs that are used to conjure up the dark side, one stands out above the rest. Voodoo, or the more properly named, voodoo potion, is a pseudo-mystical drug that promises to give its user an enviable number of magical properties. Among the most prominent properties are euphoria, aphrodisia and mania. This potion is a potent cocktail of chemicals that is known to be responsible for a few unintended side effects. In addition to its potent effects, this potion also spawns the plethora of demons aplenty. The most popular users of this voodoo are young adults, and negroes of Haiti and the surrounding regions. As for the efficacy of this drug, studies have shown that the voodoo potion may morph into a lethal drug that could be used as a weapon against other users.
Unlike most drugs, voodoo may be a tad difficult to identify by blood drug screening. Nevertheless, it isn’t impossible to find voodoo aficionados at all hours of the night. Moreover, the most devoted practitioners have their own personal voodoo doctor who will dispense the voodoo potion. To further enhance the voodoo effect, some practitioners might also consider voodoo cloning. Besides, the voodoo potion is a good way to reclaim your lost youth.
A VOODOO DRUGS SOURCE IS BEING BLACKMADE TO THROW A MURDER TRIAL
During the 1860s, Spenser St John was a British charge d’affaires in Port-au-Prince. When the murder occurred, St John made careful inquiries into the crime. He wrote a lengthy article about the incident, and believed that the murder was a typical ritual murder in Haiti.
In February 1864, Harper’s Weekly published an article on eight Haitian “voodoo” devotees. It included a quote from St John that said, “It is well-known that ritual murder is a common phenomenon in Haiti. In the event of the death of any of these devotees, they are believed to have been sacrificed to the vodou gods.”
In the United States, a similar ritual took place in Boulder County, Colo. In February, 14 people died of fentanyl, and the Boulder County Drug Task Force is investigating four other overdose deaths. In addition to the Boulder County Task Force, the Lafayette and Erie police departments are also assisting the task force.
The most common charges resulting from overdoses are drug possession. Most of the time, victims’ families and friends pressure district attorneys to pursue charges. However, a new paradigm is needed to make this type of prosecution effective. In the case of fentanyl, the offender’s use of the substance may not be obvious to the victim’s family, friends, or co-workers.
A fentanyl case is a lot more difficult to prove than other types of homicides. It requires knowing when and where the substance was laced, and when the victim took it. It also requires knowing how much fentanyl was in the victim’s system. This is not always possible. In fact, it takes months for law enforcement to track down the source of a drug.
T.C.’S FEELINGS FOR SUZY GROW STRONGER
During the penultimate episode of Magnum P.I. season four, TC’s feelings for Suzy grow stronger. Suzy is pregnant, and she is looking forward to having a baby with Thomas.
However, things turn out differently than expected, when Suzy experiences serious pregnancy complications. Rick wants to take her to the hospital, but T.C. worries about telling her about his feelings. He is a good father, and his love for Suzy is growing stronger. He approves of her plan to leave Hawaii for an art program in San Diego.
Rick’s feelings for Suzy deepen as they prepare for their first child. He wants to show Suzy their prenatal scan. He also worries about telling T.C. because of their past relationships.
Meanwhile, Magnum and Higgins take a case from a woman who is looking for her missing husband. They also investigate the death of an ex-con. During the investigation, they learn that the woman has a sinister past.
The team also gets help from T.C.’s elderly friend, Booky. Magnum and Higgins also take a case that involves stalking and espionage. The team also learns that two customers are actually thieves. They are wearing armored truck guards. They also discover bags that are used to smuggle illegal ivory.
Magnum also enlists the help of Ethan and Rick. However, Ethan’s feelings for Higgins are still developing. He realizes that his feelings are not true love. He also learns that Magnum has hired a former staff member to clear him of an accusation.
The next episode, “Close to Home”, will air on May 6. It is expected to end the season. It will be live on Paramount+.
MAGNIUM’S BAIL BONDSMAN IS ON THE HOOK FOR $250,000 BAIL
PI Season 4 Episode 14 is entitled “Run, Baby, Run.” This episode will focus on the investigation of a woman who skipped out on her $250,000 bail bond.
The case will be investigated by the Magnum and Higgins duo with the help of Detective Lia Kaleo. The woman is believed to be involved in blackmail. The blackmailer is a woman named Maya. The blackmailer is trying to force the judge, Rachel Park, to throw the murder trial.
The Magnum PI duo is hired by the bail bondsman to track down the woman. After police find the woman, she is arrested. The bail bondsman calls in Shane Powell and top private investigators on Oahu.
In the meantime, the woman’s sister, Kim, has died. The blackmailer, Ray Nasano, is responsible for the woman’s death. The blackmailer wants the woman’s baby, which is being held by a narcotics detective and his wife.
The PI duo discovers that the woman is being blackmailed to give up the baby. They also discover that she has a criminal past.
Meanwhile, the woman’s son is being held by two armed drug dealers. The drug dealers are also involved in a heist at a nearby FBI facility. Higgins and Magnum are determined to find out who is behind the heist.
In the process, they discover a woman who has been working with an illegal immigrant trafficking ring. She is also suspected of being involved with the narcotics detective.
Magnum’s teammate Sebastian Nuzo is also suspected of being involved in the heist. In the process, Magnum is forced to go back to Hawaii without Ethan.
During their investigation, Magnum and Higgins discover that a previous PI was killed. The reporter believes that something bigger is behind the death.