St John's Morning Show | Aug 16, 2013 | 8:59

    Bagby tragedy revisited

    It was a tragic crime that caught international attention. This week marks 10 years since the murder-suicide death of young Zachary Turner at the hands of his mother Shirley Turner. Zachary's grandfather David Bagby talks about where we are today.

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