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Lowell Harris

You must like it rough. Yeah, you oughta watch me now... I'm gonna take my time with you.
~ Harris threatening to rape Olivia Benson.

Lowell Harris was the main antagonist in the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode "Undercover".

He was portrayed by Johnny Messner.


Harris was a prison guard at the Sealville Corrections Facility. He had secretly raped several women prisoners, including Ashley Tyler. Detective Olivia Benson went undercover as an inmate to find out the identity of the rapist. However, she almost ended up being raped herself when Harris took her down to the facility's basement and attacked her. He tried to force her to give him oral sex, until Detective Fin Tutuola, who was also undercover as a prison guard, subdued him. The detectives then arrest Harris for attempted rape and assaulting a police officer.

During interrogation, the prison sent Harris an attorney, who got the charges dropped on the grounds that Harris was unaware that Benson was a cop. However, Ashley identified a mole on his penis, which she couldn't have possibly knew unless he showed her. And since Benson had actually seen it before she was almost raped, this provided a warrant for the detective to finally arrest Harris for rape and attempted murder. The warden, a woman, is completely disgusted by Harris' actions, ordering the detectives to get him out of her prison for good. Upon seeing the detectives arresting Harris, several of the female inmates cheered. Harris is then sentenced to 20 years to life in prison.

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