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It gives some good background info and there were a few things I didn't know. If you watched the entire case unfold on t.v. you might get a bit bored at times, but keep going.
Near the top.
I know some errors are due to the editor not paying attention, but the narrator need take a "cliffs notes" lesson in the stories they read. One moment he pronounces the boy's name McKay and then Makai (as it should be) and then three words later back to McKay. Same with Cassie, apparently her name is Casey.
There were quite a few errors in the shootings I know a lot about, so the stories that I'm not familiar with, I'm not sure I can count on the facts, being facts. Such as, Columbine happened on Tuesday, April 20th, 1999 and not Monday, April 20th 1999. Also, Dylan Klebold was the one who used the Tec-9 during the shooting, not Eric Harris. There were far too many details to list all of them, but if you are familiar with any of these shootings, you will see.
It was extremely nice to get more Raffaele, than Amanda. He explains his thoughts, fears and frustrations all the way through.
How much his family went through while he was in prison.
This was a recommendation, by my father and I'm really glad I took the time to listen. I wasn't alive when Sharon, Jay, Voytek, Abigail, Steven, Rosemary, Leno and of course baby Paul were murdered, but I grew up with a fear of the word
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