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Posted by ~89a3e64048e4a65fe7423cf96db46bdd47a0978d (U15640982) on Friday, 8th March 2013
This was potentially a brilliant program and right up to the end was looking good. However in a more likely world the "voyeur" would probably have shouted to stop the murder, he was only interested in sex? The policeman's wife would have handed her husband in, she was putting herself and her children at risk by covering for him and had broken the law by planting the evidence of the hair charm in another house. We weren't told how the girls body had got into the top of the tree, a major omission I thought, what are your thoughts?
Posted by thedogcody (U14659366) on Friday, 8th March 2013
You might do better to post you thoughts over here and see what others are saying
Posted by Peta - Ex-BBC host (U24) on Friday, 8th March 2013
Please join the existing long discussion about the programme - I'm closing this as it's a duplicate.
I've posted your question in the main discussion, so pop back there for responses, see the link in the post above, thanks the dogcody!
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