Law & Order Premiere Crossover Features Heartbreaking Death
Tonight’s Law and Order premiere crossover occasion set it all up all along with tense moments and thrilling action, however it also featured a heartbreaking death. Spoilers are incoming for tonight’s Law and Order SVU portion of the Law and Order crossover, so to go on unspoiled you’ve been cautioned. The death hit Elliot Stabler especially hard, as it was his informant Vince who had successfully infiltrated Maxim Sirenko’s team. Sirenko shoots Vince on numerous occasions and while he survived long enough for Stabler to get to him, he ultimately didn’t survive the attack.
Stabler, Olivia Benson, and Plain Cosgrove along with the rest of their teams stake out the block and watch Vince during his meeting with Sirenko. A dark van drove up and into the rear entryway, and then Sirenko gets out of the van and Vince says he was a hard person to find. Sirenko said it was too hot to work out here and so Vince went inside the building, and Stabler said they didn’t have that building secured.
Sirenko drove Vince to the elevator and they went to the basement level, and that’s when Sirenko asked what the police told Vince. Vince told him they think he’s involved and said the bomb was his doing. Vince said they saw him on security film at Sirenko’s club and questioned him, and Sirenko seems unsold at this point.
As they head further into the building the signal from Vince’s camera breaks up and the feed cuts out as does the sound, and then the feed cleared up just long enough for Fly to see them talking. Vince saw that an opening was being dove in the floor and started to seem to be nervous. Fly handed-off the information to Stabler and he said it was a hit and they needed to move.
Everyone converged on the scene and they got bolt cutters to remove the chains the entryway and head downstairs. Vince was running away from Sirenko’s guardian who was shooting at him, yet Sirenko made up for lost time to him and they started fighting in the elevator. Stabler heard gunshots and then got to the other floor and found Sirenko running away. Stabler followed him yet he continued moving further away in the wake of firing more shots.
Vince then slithered out of the elevator and he was shot on numerous occasions. Stabler told him he would be fine and brought in a bus. Stabler said he was going to be fine and told him to breathe, and Vince said he would have rather not dieed and then told Stabler he was a terrible liar. Vince grasped at Stabler’s collar and then started to blur, and he dies before the rescue vehicle can come. Cosgrove and Benson show up however he’s now dead. Later as Stabler leaves the scene he is having a troublesome time, saying Vince “was just a youngster. He was just a youngster.”