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Partners in Crime 

We probe the physiology of love, and the look at the power of authority as we unravel the motive and methods of some of the most notorious accomplice killers. The secrets of these evil partnerships are revealed.
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Michael Stone ... Himself (as Dr. Michael Stone)
Tim Hopper ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Helen Fisher Helen Fisher ... Herself (as Dr. Helen Fisher)
Cindy Hendy Cindy Hendy ... Herself
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We probe the physiology of love, and the look at the power of authority as we unravel the motive and methods of some of the most notorious accomplice killers. The secrets of these evil partnerships are revealed.

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Documentary | Crime

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TV-14
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10 August 2006 (USA) See more »

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Partners In Crime
7 April 2014 | by a_baronSee all my reviews

This documentary in the "Most Evil" series explores killer couples, who are not necessarily couples in the carnal sense, though some are. Because it covers a lot of ground, the case studies herein can be dealt with only extremely superficially, but the cases include Canada's and Britain's most hated women: Karla Homolka and Myra Hindley respectively.

Forensic psychiatrist Dr Michael Stone interviews Cindy Hendy, the willing partner of serial killer and prolific torturer David Parker Ray.

Killer couple Leonard Lake and Charles Ng were both emphatically heterosexual, but that is where their normality ended. Dr Stone rates the two men as "the" most evil for their project, Operation Miranda.

Perhaps the most controversial feature of this programme is a psychological experiment that would not be permitted nowadays. The message of this experiment is if you want to understand the nature of evil, look in the mirror. That may contain an element of truth, but few of us who do so are likely to see Karla Homoulka or Charles Ng staring back.


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