A 13-year-old boy is found kicked to death at Euston station. Mandy, his mother, is a former drug addict and her boyfriend is in the frame as the murderer because he is already suspected of physical abuse towards the victim. At the trial, defence barrister Beatrice McArdle advances a bizarre line of defence - her client is "genetically predisposed" towards murder and, therefore, has no control over their actions. Written by
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In the closing scene, James Steel offers a doctor's business card to the juvenile offender. From one camera angle, he holds the card between two fingers; from the other angle he holds the card between thumb and finger. See more
Nobody has proved that Agnew was battering Danny, and even if he was, it doesn't mean he's a murderer.
But look, look at his body language. I mean, he's sitting on his hands! It's classic. He's hiding something.
Matt, what are you going to charge him with, bad posture?
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