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|Name||Lucy (surname unrevealed)|
International Criminal (possibly)
|Modus Operandi||Unspecified (see below)|
|No. of Victims||See below|
|Portrayed By||Angela Sarafyan|
|First Appearance||Supply and Demand|
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Not much information is disclosed about Lucy, not even her last name ("Lucy" may not even be her real name). What is known about her is that she managed to become a member of a human trafficking ring and escalated to the position of a leader, and proved to be a formidable figure. She used herself to gain the trust of the ring's victims and set up abductions of herself and them.
Supply and DemandEdit
One day, she "befriends" Renee Matlin, secretly an agent of the Domestic Trafficking Task Force sent by her boss, SSA Andi Swann, to infiltrate the ring. She successfully stages an abduction for herself and Renee, and eventually gets herself separated from Renee so she could meet up with her inferiors. When Lucy finds out that Renee is an undercover agent, she has her taken downstairs of the ring's headquarters and proceeds to personally play a game of Russian Roulette with her before she is informed that the BAU, Swann, and SWAT agents have found them. Taking a member with her as the rest are either killed or arrested, she manipulates him into driving towards a police barricade in order to get him shot dead so they can retrieve her in the belief that she is another victim and place her out of suspicion. The tactic partially succeeds, with the member obeying her orders and subsequently being shot and killed by two policemen, but when Rossi sees through the ruse, she attempts to shoot him in a last act of defiance, but she is shot and killed first by Morgan. It is unknown of what happened to the rest of the ring after her death.
Though it is never specified that she killed any of the ring's captives, the chances of it having happened are high. It is unknown as to how she kills her victims, but as she attempted to use it on both Renee and Rossi, she presumably uses a .38 Smith & Wesson Model 60 revolver on them.
Because the ring's members all have unstable personalities, there is likely one person at the head of the organization, initially profiled to be male. The leader likely motivates the ring through fear since he can blackmail everyone in it. The ring had progressed from abducting their victims so that they could be used for sex, but then began adapting to killing their victims, because the leader saw the growth potential in his assets. Instead of just disposing them, he uses the victims as part of shows, which is why the victims are so young.
- Presumably killed numerous unnamed victims prior to Supply and Demand
- May 18, 2011:
- Renee Matlin (abducted, beaten, and played a game of Russian Roulette with her; was rescued)
- Max (one of her men; manipulated him into getting himself killed by police officers)
- David Rossi (attempted to shoot him)
Victims by ProxyEdit
- Numerous unnamed victims abducted and/or killed by her ring's members prior to Supply and Demand
- Unspecified dates and locations:
- Seven unnamed women (all abducted by unnamed members; were eventually rescued on May 18, 2011)
- Jake Wattay (beaten and fatally strangled by an unknown member)
- Paige Hawley (her throat was slashed by an unknown member)
- May 18, 2011: Two unnamed police officers (Max attempted to run them over, but they shot him dead before he could do so)
- Lucy has some similarities to George Foyet, a.k.a. "The Boston Reaper", in the sense that both were sociopaths of extreme proportions who used revolvers, gained gratification from having power over the lives of others, and even pretended to be victims themselves.
- ↑ It is possible she is an international criminal because it can be assumed that some of the ring's clients and/or victims were from foreign countries