It was one of the most heinous crimes – the abduction, rape and murder of eight year old Victoria Elizabeth Stafford.
Michael Rafferty and Terri-Lynne McClintic both found guilty on all counts, now face a life sentence in prison.
A 16×9 exclusive takes a deeper look into the life of Terri-Lynne McClintic, and reveals clues to how she became a killer.
The tension was high well before Terri-Lynne McClintic took the stand. But she made it explode. What she left behind was a shocked and numbed audience – and even more disturbing questions about how this young woman became a killer.
As the crown’s star witness in its case against her ex-lover, Michael Rafferty, McClintic unraveled a horrific tale of Tori Stafford’s last moments.
4 Comments / User Reviews
Am I the only one who thinks the mother and father don’t seem to care much about their daughter being abducted and raped and killed. They were dry eyed through the whole film.
This program got me all riled up again over this horrific murder of a defenceless little girl.
I’d like 5 minutes alone with Terri-Lynne and a claw hammer.
I’m pretty sure that a life sentence in Canada is really 25 years, and murderers can be released before their term is up.
If only Social Services had stepped in and investigated Terri-Lynne’s so-called mother.
The system failed miserably.
No she can be deemed a ‘dangerous offender’ and kept indefinitely. Social services sucks for the most part here any way and she wasn’t right in the first place. She’s effed up multiple times in prison now too so I doubt she’ll ever be released.
I was just on Top Documentary Films’ site discussing this doc, only minutes ago!
You should check out some of the comments, there.
I didn’t know Terri-Lynne has been acting up in prison. I hope the other women give her a really hard time.
Thanks for the feedback.