True Detective July 2002

True Detective July 2002

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This month’s True Detective opens with a review of the murder of Hilda Murrell which has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories giving weight to the notion that this genteel 78-year-old spinster was perhaps more dangerous than she seemed. John Sanders looks at the evidence and finds mandy glaring omissions in the initial investigation into Hilda’s death.

You’ve all heard of road rage, and now we have parking rage. Reporting from Colorado we reveal how the bitter fued between two neighbours over a parking space ended in bloodshed. Also from America we explain how DNA eventually helped to trace the rapist/killer of 12-year-old Courtney Sconce. His own verdict on the tragedy was, "Maybe if I’d have gone to church more often, maybe if I’d had friends or maybe if I’d joined clubs, maybe it would have been different." Small comfort for Courtney’s parents.

Being a parent is one of the most demanding jobs in the world, but some people can take it to extremes. Read Sideline Rage to see how two parents didn’t have the presence of mind to stand back from their sons’ ice hockey tussle.