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Ian Bailey to feature in TV3 documentary on Sophie

September 25th, 2015 7:15 AM

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SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

SCHULL resident Ian Bailey is to feature in a new TV3 documentary on the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier.

The documentary, which is being produced by investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, is a four-part series, which gets unprecedented access to Sophie’s family and their quest for justice.

The murdered French woman’s family have opened up their files, those of their detectives’, and their personal lives, in an effort to ask questions about the case.

The cloud of suspicion has hung over Ian Bailey, a sometime poet and freelance reporter, since the early days of the investigation, it says. By no means a free man, Bailey is living under permanent threat of an International arrest warrant. He, too, has opened up his life, his legal team and extended family, to the filmmakers, in a bid to exonerate himself and convince Sophie’s family that he is not the murderer they seek.

‘This quest for justice from mutually exclusive perspectives is unique and the stakes are high. For two decades, investigators have tried to solve the mystery of who killed Sophie Toscan du Plantier but now her brother, son, uncle and the number one suspect, Ian Bailey, have joined forces with the documentary-makers to find the answer,’ said a TV3 statement.

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