This took place in the US. It was clear that she was guilty as hell. She was a very attractive woman but ensured that during the trial, she was portrayed as a dowdy looking secretary.
Every single photo that was shown on the documentary shows her without glasses but, of course, for the trial, she wore glasses to strengthen her false portrayal.
It is quite clear that when women are put on trial, they use every single stunt that they can and, particularly, change their looks.
The classic is to turn on the tears or to just run out of the room, currying sympathy from just about everyone.
Save for a few women, they are prepared to totally manipulate any situation and sadly, I was subject to manipulation by a number of women, including Verity’s mother and, of course, Verity herself.
I am not sure if I believe in capital punishment but if someone like my daughter has taken my life, not literally but in effect, she should go to prison for the rest of her life.
For clarification, I do not want to see her again
Even if her mother had influenced her, Verity was a highly intelligent young woman and knew right from wrong. She knew she was doing right and she knew when she was doing wrong. She could have stopped at any time. She could have even just walked out at any time and gone to her granddad’s
BUT SHE DIDN’T