The Family Next Door

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I think the years to life sentence is fair considering it probably is a life sentence for at least David, who is now years-old. It is also likely that Louise will never see the light of day either as she has just turned The sentences were plea-bargained in return for not putting the children through a lengthy trial. I think you are all so brave and amazing for overcoming everything you had to suffer and coming out with such a positive zest for life and showing no bitterness whatsoever. The never before told story of the thirteen Turpin Siblings.

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