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> Conviction: Murder in Suburbia, BBC Two | True Crime
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post Jun 20 2018, 07:04 PM
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In March 2002, Linda Razzell, a mother-of-four from Swindon, disappeared on her way to work and has never been seen since. Her husband, Glyn, was arrested, convicted and jailed for life for her murder.

Yet, Glyn insists he didn't commit the crime and is convinced that Linda is very much alive and may have framed him for the crime by planting key evidence, including her blood in his car.

"She [may have]planned to turn up bloodied and bruised a couple of days later claiming I'd abducted her," he surmises in the BBC Two docu-series.

But why, then, has she never turned up? And what can we make of a possible connection between Linda and convicted killer Christopher Halliwell, who was arrested around the same time? And, is it possible police planted the blood in Glyn's car in order to secure a conviction?


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