Just watched on Netflix. I'm sure its been posted before, however what was interesting to me was the polygraph and the subsequent interrogation. Couldn't find a clip, here's a long clip. Anyway, the polygraph tester and the Cop's leading seemed pretty stark. They were doing some intense fishing. You know I picture a sociopathic executive type, cutting them off and calling his lawyer. Luckily he was too stupid and agreed to let them continue until it got him. I think it interesting how police, using accusation, leading and misleading statements illicit truth in the end. In This Case. How many times, using the same tactics do they illicit confessions which don't reveal truth? Anyone else pick up on that in the doc?