Warrant obtained, the detectives get the, um, products of conception in one of those little organ-donor coolers. And Chester's just standing there holding it, which doesn't improve Sarah's mood when she comes out of surgery and is immediately arrested ("please, don't tell my husband," she says). She faints.
The husband shows up wanting to know what's happened, and is disbelieving when he finds out Sarah's had an abortion. Worse news: he angrily confronts her about it, because he's pro-life. Sarah tearfully tells him she had to, because she was raped, and he says she killed a child, swats at her with the doctor chart. Elliot tries to calm him down, and gets a fist in his face for his efforts. Hubby's cuffed and Elliot marches him outside the hospital. Elliot tries some male bonding by saying he understands how the guy feels, what with him being Catholic himself. Hubby says he can't forgive his wife, since they've been trying to have a baby. Elliot uncuffs him, tells him he needs to be more pro-wife than pro-life right now, and here's some of that forgiveness he's talking about. Dude thanks him, apologizes, and scurries off to (presumably) terrify his post-op post-rape wife some more.
Benson comes out say the DNA has come back on the fetus: Shane's the father. "Doesn't prove anything," shrugs Elliot, and Benson's surprised he believes Sarah now, what with her lies. Elliot blames the lying on Sarah's husband, pointing out he just "got a fistful of why she didn't want to tell him." Well, good thing you sent the rageaholic to go comfort his wife, then, Elliot.
Chester pulls up to tell them Sarah got fired from her last teaching job for taking her male students to lunch, even after being warned not to. Olivia and Elliot are all, great, but you drove all the way out here for this? Not just this, says Chester, and he pulls out some pictures of Sarah in red lingerie that Chester says were sent to them anonymously. "Still think she's innocent?" Olivia says pointedly to Elliot. I ...what? No, you're right, Olivia: she's wearing lingerie, so her claims of rape should be greeted with more skepticism. Nice attitude for a special victims detective to have. On the plus side, it's nice that Melissa Joan Hart still has copies of her Maxim appearances lying around.
The court appearance has Sarah's lawyer claiming her first amendment right to freedom of religion was violated when the fetus was seized, because she didn't get a chance to bury it. Casey, rather understandably, tries pointing out that Sarah's supposed devout Catholicism didn't prevent her from aborting the fetus, but the judge ain't going anywhere near that. He does want to know if the detectives even asked Sarah what should have been done with the fetus.