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Documentary following the work of Inside Justice as they investigate an alleged miscarriage of justice. Glyn Razzell was convicted of murdering his wife Linda in 2003. Her body has never been found and Glyn has always protested his innocence. Led by Louise Shorter, Inside Justice experts in forensic science, policing and law re-examine the case to see if there is any new evidence that could challenge the conviction.

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Station: BBC Two (GB)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Running
Start: 2018-06-19

Conviction: Murder in Suburbia Air Dates


S01E01 - Episode 1 Air Date: 19 June 2018 20:00 -

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Glyn Razzell was convicted of murdering his wife Linda in 2003. Her body has never been found and Glyn has always protested his innocence. Led by Louise Shorter, Inside Justice experts in forensic science, policing and law re-examine the case to see if there is any new evidence that could challenge the conviction. The key evidence from the trial was that Linda's blood was found in the boot of the car her estranged husband was driving on that day. Experts hear how this blood wasn't found until the third police search of the vehicle. Glyn has always maintained the blood was planted and that Linda's death was staged. Inside Justice blood experts review the original forensic evidence presented at trial to see if they agree with the conclusions that were made 15 years ago. They also apply for forensic material to run new tests which they believe will help them interrogate Glyn Razzell's insistence that the blood was planted to frame him.

A new line of enquiry also came to light in 2016. There is speculation of a link between Linda and a convicted murderer who killed two women in the Swindon area. Could Linda have been another one of his victims? Or is Glyn Razzell's conviction sound?


S01E02 - Episode 2 Air Date: 20 June 2018 20:00 -

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In this episode, Louise digs further into a potential new line of enquiry. She meets with a former detective superintendent who says there could be a link between Linda and convicted double murderer Christopher Halliwell, who killed two women in the Swindon area. Could Linda have been another one of his victims? She also arranges for Glyn Razzell to take a polygraph test in prison while Inside Justice experts pore over the forensic evidence that was so crucial in Glyn's conviction. His wife Linda's blood was found in the boot of the car her estranged husband was driving on that day. Glyn has always maintained the blood was planted by Linda and that she staged her own disappearance. Will the experts agree this is a possibility or is the conviction sound?



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