It seems impossible. Young people, with the briefest experience of life, prepared to kill and in some cases, kill their own parents. But it has happened in many countries and in many ways. Are these teens inherently evil, or are they victims of a system that failed them? Featuring key witness testimony, new interviews, archive footage and reconstructions, this series explores such questions through eleven extraordinary cases.
From James Fairweather, who at fifteen became Britain’s youngest serial killer after murdering two strangers then plotting to slay 15 more victims, to William Cornick, who stabbed his teacher to death while she was teaching a Spanish lesson at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Le... read more