A second victim is discovered,slain in exactly the same fashion as the first and earning the murderer the tag of the Garbage Bag Killer. Creegan concludes that although the women's husbands... See full summary »

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Riz Abbasi ...
Tariq Khan
Edward Kingham ...
D.C. Alan Leach
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Michael Lawler
Charles Dale ...
D.C.I. Wheelan
James Hooton ...
Wayne Fitten
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Chris Wray
Ian Kelsey ...
Carl Laing
Trevor Fox ...
Peter Carol
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Frank D'Silva
Danny McGrath ...
John Holland
Tara Moran ...
Hannah Donald
John Gannie ...
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A second victim is discovered,slain in exactly the same fashion as the first and earning the murderer the tag of the Garbage Bag Killer. Creegan concludes that although the women's husbands were from vastly different walks of life,the killer's motive was not due to hatred of the women but of the men that they left behind - leading him to grief counsellor Michael Lawlor,before another,shocking murder robs the unit of one of their own. Written by don @ minifie-1

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23 May 1999 (UK)  »

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Someone is murdering women in a violent way
14 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of Touching Evil is the second part of "Innocent'. I found this very confusing and violent. I never watched Touching Evil before.

The main character David Creegan is a police man who had some problems that affected his job. His coworkers think he is mental at times or his judgment is in error. So when be believes someone is innocent even though they confess to a crime his supervisors think he is nuts.

The police abuse the suspects. The suspects are the boyfriends or husbands of the murdered female victims who were killed in a violent way and are grieving. The police have a therapist to help them.

The episode was tense, violent and to me did not justify why the explanation of why the killings took place.


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