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Croissant May 14
I’m getting so much rage watching imagine immigrating here for a better life, working months on end with no days off and those chavs who probably haven’t worked a day in their lives rob and murder an elderly woman for £400. Fucking £400???
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TVP Milton Keynes May 14
The murder of Hang Yin Leung is still an unsolved investigation. If you have any information or know where the property is please contact us so we can bring her killers to justice.
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Claire Gorton May 14
The Father and Son are so dignified it is heartbreaking 💔 😢😢😢
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Donna Arya May 14
My mum was the victim of an aggrevated burglary. She's 70. Was badly beaten up. They put a pillow on her face & hit her. Threatened to kill her. How do you move on from that? She's still scared.
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Joshua 🇳🇬| new account May 14
There's not many documentaries with access like this before. Truly harrowing & insightful. Thoughts and respect to the Leung family so sorry for your loss.
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Diane Kenny Dec 7
what an amazing young woman Suhaib's sister is - tragic story
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Emerald Boyd May 14
The fact him and his wife had a plan to travel the world despite being in their 60’s and now he’s going to retire and be alone thanks to those awful humans 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
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Robert Dingwall May 14
Watching the victims family discussing what clothes to bury her in is heartbreaking. And the contempt displayed by the guy being interviewed is disgusting.
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Sam Palmer May 14
Serving her tea. I’ve got tears in my eyes.
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Sarah Moran May 14
She was able to draw a state pension, but because she was still working, she didn’t do it. She’d contributed more in her life than these scumbags, probably never worked a day in their lives.
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Jerry Fausthuer May 14
The son is an absolute hero. What a brilliant young man
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Sam Palmer May 14
The family photographs are so nice. 18 years with the Hong Kong police. What a lady.
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Emma Gordon May 14
This poor poor family. Im in tears. And what a brilliant son she raised, she would have been so proud
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Clarkieee May 14
I’m a broken woman watching this. Jesus her poor husband, my heart breaks for him. But her son is so strong. He should be really proud of himself for how he has handled himself through out the investigation.
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Laura May 14
listening to how the husband talks about his wife makes you cry. The undying love he has for her and the journey to take her home to Hong Kong.
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Nicola Dormer May 14
“Why don’t you sit up and show a bit of respect for why you’re actually here?” Wise words.
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@Aoifs123 Dec 7
How eloquent & brave is Suhaibs sister. An inspiration
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XxMrs OxX May 14
What a credit to his parents he is! They done a fantastic job raising him.
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Daniel Maier May 27
If you’d like to be rendered incredibly sad and furious, may I recommend Catching A Killer: A Knock At The Door on Channel 4, which must be the most be the most upsetting fly-on-wall police procedural I’ve ever seen?
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dan@DAN May 14
What a difficult job the Police have, dealing with those types and keeping their cool and then dealing with the heartbroken family, their emotions must run out of control.
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