This is a slightly off-beat documentary about Matt Baker, the preacher who thought there were only seven commandments, because he took a mistress, murdered his wife, then lied and lied and lied. He might have gotten clean away with it too but for his mother-in-law who was determined he shouldn't.
There were so many clues that indicated the suicide of Kari Baker had been staged; there was the little matter of her note which was typed, including the signature, and many other things the police should have picked up on but didn't. It took a civil action for wrongful death to bring about a criminal trial. It remains to be seen how much of what Baker's mistress said on and off the witness stand can be believed, but no one should have any misgivings about the verdict.
This was a very high profile case, and the documentary makers spoke to Baker before and after his conviction, when he continued to protest his innocence, but he would do that, wouldn't he?
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