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|“||You know what always cheers me up? Wanna watch a video?||„|
|~ Brandon Stiles attempting to molest Robert Brooks.|
Brandon Stiles is the secondary antagonist of the Criminal Minds episode "Into the Woods". He is a convicted child molester, a drug dealer, and the accomplice of serial killer Shane Wyland.
He was portrayed by David Trice.
Stiles spent time in prison for sexually abusing young boys, and was paroled in the late 1990s. He moved into a rundown hotel that housed many of his fellow sex offenders, and made his living selling them prescription drugs. One of his customers was Shane Wyland, a convicted child rapist who began killing his victims upon his release from prison, but Stiles stopped selling to him after he stole several bottles of painkillers from him.
"Into the Woods"
Several years after Wyland disappeared into the Appalachian wilderness, he shows up at Stiles' door, demanding more painkillers. Stiles at first refuses, but changes his mind after he sees Wyland's "payment" - Robert Brooks, a 10-year-old boy whom Wyland has kidnapped. He gives Wyland several bottles of painkillers, and Wyland shows his appreciation by offering to leave Robert alone with him for an hour.
Stiles gets Robert a (possibly drugged) soda, and asks him to watch a video with him, presumably child pornography. Frightened, Robert tries to run away, but Stiles knocks him down, and the boy is knocked unconscious.
Panicking, Stiles picks Robert up and carries him to the basement, and tries to asphyxiate him with a pillow to stop him from going to the police and sending him back to prison. At that moment, however, Agent Emily Prentiss and Derek Morgan of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU), who have been tracking Wyland, surprise him with their weapons drawn. Stiles tries to convince them that he has not done anything illegal, but they arrest him regardless for attempted murder and attempted child sexual abuse. Wyland, meanwhile, escapes.