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As far as in depth crime documentary's go this is lame!this didn't feel authentic at all and was definitely not objective.As someone with no strong feelings either way this felt like a witch hunt with no real evidence.bad filmmaking.definately not compelling enough and I'm not surprised the mcCanns lawyers wanted it taken off air.terrible!
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