Life is swift, craft elaborate, opportunity fleeting, trial erroneous, judgment questionable.
Monday, June 27, 2011
The truth is elusive. That's what intrigues us about crime cases – real or fictional. What really happened is rarely ascertained, nor why it did. That's certainly true in the case of Alex and Derek King, who killed their father Terry when they were only 12 and 13. Their story raises more question than it answers. Is it only in fiction we can reach solid conclusions?