It looks like this show will spend from one to three episodes a season exploring true crime investigations.
It's so sad to think of this little girl and her family to never know justice. The fact that Patsy Ramsay died without the benefit of knowing her daughter's rapist and murderer to have been caught is just so much sadder especially because the law officers assigned to this case were just so inept.. during this documentary I found that the *active homicide detective* who considers herself an expert in interrogations to be so unbelievable.. I really felt as if she herself was so jealous of Pasty Ramsay's life that so was looking for cracks where none existed... when she spoke about Burke Ramsay a nine year old child, I had to laugh because to me he sounded like any other child that age caught up in a nightmarish firestorm... the officer's who truly believed that this family had anything to do with this child's rape and subsequent murder really need to come up with some actual proof of those allegations which they never did... to me to prove those allegations means that you take the time to prove that it couldn't be anyone else which they never could... and then there's the DNA that is definitely not belonging to the Ramsay family... did they ever test any of the family's friends other than the Santa Claus guy?? after all this time still so many questions... and did they really have to interview that Daxis nut job who was only trying to make himself relevant in this story that he really had no part in??