"Deserves to get on with his life"...wait, WHAT???!! If the narrator truly believes that David is guilty (which I would agree with) and: 1) after planning the death of his siblings and parents, 2) killing his family, 3) lying to the court, and 4) being the perpetrator of a mass murder he "deserves to get on with his life", then what was the point of digging up the past, laying out the evidence and essentially proving his guilt? If someone is capable of snapping and killing 5 immediate family members once, what is stopping it from happening again, especially if David hasn't dealt with any of the trauma properly? I don't agree with the narrator on this particular sentiment.
found it repetitive, but interesting!
The District - A Stuff Circuit podcast
Stuff & RNZ Present: Gone Fishing
11. The Journalist And The Judge
Black Hands - Trailer
1. House Of Horrors
2. Mrs Bain, The Diary And The Devil
3. A Family's Final Days
4. "The Bastard Killed His Family"
5. Incest, Blackmail, Murder
6. Bloodied Fingerprints, Broken Glasses
7. The Case Against Robin
8. The Suicide Puzzle
9. Recovered Memories
10. Who Did It?