Even with the prison on lock-down due to Reid's actions which the prison officials don't yet know were his doing, Prentiss is able to get one of the team to visit with him. Lewis is chosen for a very specific reason, she who is to do another cognitive interview. The hope is that Reid will now be able to remember that Scratch was in the motel room when the murder happened, which if he is able to do, Walker and Prentiss may be able to get Scratch placed on the terrorist watch list if only because he was recently spotted in Latin America, making him now an international fugitive. While Lewis has prison duty and Prentiss is off to London to speak to her Interpol colleagues, the rest of the team head off on their next case, which takes them to the Saguaro Desert east of Tuscon, Arizona, where three dead bodies were found side-by-side, all three perched on poles. The team is able to determine that small boulders were purposefully moved to strategic locations within sight of the victims. The...
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Based on the name, Luke was able to discern that the bodies were positioned to point True North instead of magnetic north. Although magnetic north is about 500 kilometres away, (it is somewhat fluid because of the changes in lava mass under the earth's surface, which is what causes the magnetic pull) it is located in Ellesmere Island which is part of the Qikiqtaaluk Region in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, lying within the Canadian Arctic Archipelago which is considered part of the Queen Elizabeth Islands. Canada is directly north of the United States. A line going from Arizona to True North would run directly across Ellesmere Island making the line virtually the same and at least the difference would be imperceptible if it were not a key plot point. See more
The victim is staged to face north, just like the others. Hmm
It's true north
Sheriff Scott Paseo
True north is geographical accurate, unlike magnetic north