Of the 1000’s of crime stories available to the curious seeker on the WWW this one slice of real life (as opposed to fictional Hollywood processed spam ) was compelling.
Murder on a Sunday Morning  Available on YouTube
For a brief time one felt the Public Defender was playing a character out of a Dashiell Hammett novel. But not at all. While a film crew were ever -present, the integrity of Mr Mc Guinness and his co-public defender Ann shines clear.
After 10 minutes I realised I had seen this documentary before. What are the chances of falling on the same one twice? I may have answered that at the beginning. A few 1000 to 1. Instinctively I felt it was worth a second view. And it was.
If you like your heroes and heroines to be real, especially in front of cameras, take a look at
Murder on a Sunday Morning . As with most informative and or interesting documentaries I recommend, they tend to go AWOL due to YouTube copyright. Fair enough.
it’s curious that YT and their parent company Google (who are excellent by the way) while courting myself and a billion others to subscribe ecetera should see the need to clamp down on the very slight possibility of promoting themselves on a humble webpage such as this.
Howandever I urge you dear reader if a link is 404 or absent on my blog to check for yourselves my documentary recommendations.