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September 20, 2017 By Shaun Attwood 2 Comments
October 26, 2017 at 9:52 pm
This is not a comment on innocence of guilt, but I’d be very careful to classify Burns as just a naive kid. This is someone who tried to defraud an insurance company at the age of 16 by staging a fake car accident. He, with Rafay, Myoshi and other friends had reputations at their high school for mischievous and cunning pranks. After the murders, their neighbours were forced to call police on them after several house parties.
I felt the Netflix episode was not well balanced and was somewhat manipulative. For example, the short clips of two jurors who came across as shallow and dim witted.
It also left me with many questions, such as, why has Rafay never acknowledged the Muslim tradition of burial and why he never returned his Uncle’s phone messages left at the Motel? (you can find an interview in which Tariq Rafay’s brother says they had no communication from Atif)
There is a danger in forming a solid opinion based on one documentary. For myself, I have no clue if Sebastian and Atif murdered his parents. And neither do any of us.
November 9, 2017 at 10:30 am
I have just watched both episodes & I am mortified, horrified and saddened at the corruption and outright evil from the very people that are PAID to protect society.
Like you say, complete blatency & psycopathic behaviour from the state lawyers, police, judges, press etc HOW do these people sleep at night knowing they have purposely ruined lives, total madness!!!
The amount of innocent people being held in custody against their will & rights lost disgusts me & just continues to show of the sick, controlled world we live in…
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