• @Boozilla
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    91 month ago

    Friends don’t let friends hire hit men. Outside the operations of an organized crime syndicate, I don’t think that plan ever works.

    • @[email protected]
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      11 month ago

      Apparently they almost succeeded, except that the dad survived and uncovered the whole thing.

      • decadentrebelOPM
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        11 month ago

        Yeah, the plan would have went off without a hitch if she didn’t whisper to one of them. LOL.

  • @Everythingispenguins
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    1 month ago

    You can’t help but kind of feel for her.

    Edit To the person who down voted me. Her dad was controlling and abusive. I am not defending her but that doesn’t mean I can’t feel sorry for her.

    • decadentrebelOPM
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      111 month ago

      Yeah, I get what you’re saying. As a parent to a 5-year-old, it’s another example of “how not to raise your kid” that I could take notes from and avoid doing.

    • @[email protected]
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      11 month ago

      Part of the problem is it’s hard to know if that’s actually the truth, or the defense she came up with post event.

      And even if it’s true, murder seems more drastic than moving out

      • @Everythingispenguins
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        81 month ago

        Well the wiki article did say that her friends considered her parents restrictive and oppressive. So I think it is fair to say here account is more or less true.

        And yea the girl had some problems, real problems. But most if not all could be tied to how controlling her parents were. Moving out would have been the better choice, but I would put money on her dad coming after her and dragging her home if she had done that.

        All in all this would have been easily avoided with just a little compassion.

    • Nusm
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      1 month ago

      People are trashing it because apparently they used some AI to create pics of her, but I watched it and found it engaging. They used a lot of police interview footage, and that was all real, which I thought was a fascinating study as the story unfolded.

      I also appreciate that Netflix made it an hour and a half documentary instead of padding it into a three/five/ten part series.