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Aim to Kill 

A new father comes home to find his infant son and wife missing. Four months later their bodies are found in a remote wooded area. When police investigate the father's past they find the reason for the unthinkable crime.

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Herself - Host
Stephen Agrafiotis ...
Himself - Chief of Police, Hooksett, NH
Victor Paquette ...
Himself - Danny Paquette's Brother
Roland Lamy ...
Himself - Ret. Detective Sgt., NH State Police
Kevin Flynn ...
Himself - Co-Author, Our Little Secret
Rebecca Lavoie ...
Herself - Co-Author, Our Little Secret
William Shackford ...
Himself - Investigator
Jeff Strelzin ...
Himself - Senior Asst. Attorney General, NH
Mark Mudgett ...
Himself - Ret. NH State Police Commander
Melanie Paquette ...
Herself - Danny Paquette's Stepdaughter (voice) (archive footage)
Eric Windhurst ...
Himself (voice) (archive footage)
Suzanne Bohman ...
Herself - Eric's Friend
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A new father comes home to find his infant son and wife missing. Four months later their bodies are found in a remote wooded area. When police investigate the father's past they find the reason for the unthinkable crime.

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18 July 2010 (USA)  »

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Aim To Kill
30 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

In November 1985, welder Danny Paquette was shot through the heart by a marksman while working outside in rural New Hampshire. It took two decades to bring his killer to justice, thanks mainly to the intransigence of his brother Victor, who talks at length in this documentary.

In the UK, both Eric Windhurst and the woman who put him up to it would have received life sentences even though they were only 17 and 15 at the time, but he was allowed to plead guilty to second degree murder for which he received a sentence of 15-36 years, while Melanie Cooper – the victim's stepdaughter – received a sentence of a mere 3-6 years, and that only because the judge was not prepared to agree go along with the suspended sentence she had been promised.

Cooper claimed to have been sexually abused by Paquette, but she would say that, wouldn't she? Victor Paquette didn't buy this, but at least he had some sort of closure after all that time.


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