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This is for “Criminal Minds, Season 1-12”.
Total 12 Seperate DVD Sets.
The team travels to Seattle to find the captor of four missing women. The team are called to an Arizona college when an arsonist who operates in a very unusual way kills a student. A bomber in Palm Beach forces Gideon to confront an old adversary. A serial rapist-killer active in San Diego targeting middle class women glues his victims eyes open.
Elle’s fate is unknown, and the unsub continues dropping clues as the team scrambles to identify him before another tragedy occurs. The case of a missing boy placed up for auction online by a child pornographer draws the BAU team to work together with a former profiler who now works for the Innocent Images Unit to find the boy before the auction ends. The BAU team investigates a series of murders in Florida, suspecting a partnership between two deviant persons with complementary personalities due to the nature of torture videos taken of the victims sent to the victims’ parents.
The team tries to identify a serial killer based on a shaky profile with devastating consequences. With Gideon still missing, Hotchner puts in for a transfer and Prentiss tenders her resignation, but both are drawn back to work by a serial killer targeting women in a particularly heartless fashion. The unit tracks a man working through his fears by working them out on others.
As the city is on high alert, the team begins to believe that they have made a mistake with the profile and that everything the terrorists have done so far may in fact just have been diversion for something even bigger. On the anniversary of a serial killer’s execution, a murder spree which appears to be connected to him begins and the team must try and understand his mind in order to stop it.
A man is threatening to kill a doctor’s son and is killing a man a day until he is successful. Meanwhile, Hotch’s absence is noticed by Prentiss. Darrin Call, a psychotic, suffers a breakdown in a pharmacy in Kentucky and stabs 3 people to death before running off and the BAU are called in to catch him. A hitman targeting people in some way guilty of children-related crimes brings the BAU to Rossi’s home town.
As The Prince of Darkness continues his murderous rampage across California, the BAU go after him to save Detective Spicer’s daughter from him. While trying to get two suspects to reveal what they’ve done with a missing woman, the BAU brace themselves for the loss of one of their own. When several women are found murdered in a similar fashion, Rossi revisits a case that has haunted him for 25 years.
The BAU team is at a crossroads as they are questioned by a Senate Committee for their retaliatory actions in the wake of Prentiss’ loss, but an unexpected familiar face could help them win their case and keep the team together. The team travels to Durant, Oklahoma, where two females – both low risk in their late teens, long blond hair and blue eyes – were found sexually assaulted then murdered within a three day span. Other similarities between the two murders are that the body dump sites are public, the victims were not wearing their own clothes but rather 1980’s vintage clothing, and that the killer used sulfuric acid to blind the victims.
The team tracks an escaped inmate who sews his victims mouths shut. The team suspects a pair of killers working together after discovering two seemingly unrelated bodies. The team races to find a connection between two families, one murdered and the other abducted. The team pursues a surgeon performing needless amputations.
The team travels to Glendale, Arizona to search for an increasingly devolving killer. The team is called back to Glendale, Arizona, when it is determined that who was arrested for the praying mantis murders was the wrong person. They did not apprehend Wallace Hines as they thought, but rather Jesse Gentry, who they learn is Wallace’s twin brother and was given up for adoption when he was a child. The two did not know of the other growing up. A paralegal, Jesse has a strong legal team, headed by his boss Mark Anderson, who threatens to sue the FBI if they continue to “harass” Jesse in any way.
The team investigates a serial murder case in Bakersfield, California. The team heads to Seattle to hunt for a murderous high school teacher. A terrorist hacks a passenger’s tablet and uses it to take control of the auto pilot of a plane in order to crash it.
The BAU searches for a serial killer who leaves distinctive marks on victims’ faces. The BAU is called to Los Angeles to investigate an LA city bus poisoning resulting in many deaths. The team must work quickly to stop a second attack believed to be on a much larger scale. In Savannah, Georgia multiple brides-to-be have been found murdered the night before their wedding day. The team quickly realizes they are searching for an unsub suffering from severe rejection.
Luke Alvez (Adam Rodriguez) and the team track down one of the 13 prisoners that escaped from prison at the end of the previous season. JJ tells her husband about the abduction of two children. The BAU welcomes back Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) as they are called upon to investigate the disappearance of three women.