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Brian Matloff also born as (Brian Genesee), or also kwown as ''The Blue Ridge Strangler''. Is a serial killer who suffered from amnesia for a short time, and the main antagonist of the Tabula Rasa episode of Criminal Minds in season three. He was portrayed by Eric Lange.

History[]

Matloff was born 1971, for his hand Nina Genesee, a native woman who for her little age, she put him for adoption. He was then adopted and raised by Catholic poles. He graduated from college in a university. Sometime later Matloff was hired by the United States Forest Service on the Blue Ridge Parkway. In the year of 2003 Matloff finally found its biological mother so that this time she is now married to the name of Nina Moore, though a private detective. He wanted to reconnect with her, how to call once in a while and maybe meet on holidays, but she was not able to do it for emotional reasons; being rejected by his mother, eventually made Matloff study the culture and the native mythology and he also became a serial killer in early 2004.

Soon after four other Matloff victims, BAU then began investigating it and reducing the Forest Service staff list, they then reached Matloff, and discovered that Matloff was a type of criminal who needs to be involved in the investigation often presenting as a witness. At this time a SWAT team led by Morgan and Reid invades his apartment, he then tries to escape jumping from the roof far enough to stay hanging on the rope, Morgan jumps in an attempt to save him. However, Matloff loses control and falls going into a coma. At that time his adoptive parents deserted him.

In the year 2008, Matloff wakes up with amnesia being unable to remember his past. He is brought to trial, being Hotch the strongest prosecution witness. Matloff's lawyer, Lester Sterling, soon based his defense on the BAU's profile of the FBI, Matloff soon afterwards began to remember the little including the murders, Matloff later in the end is criticized by Hotch for filling the suicide that said it, that the court could show pity to him, but only if he deserves it, Matloff then pleads guilty and is sentenced to life without parole.