John Battaglia was due to be picked up by the police after violating his parole again. He was granted one last visit with his daughters, nine-year-old Faith and six-year-old Liberty. He shot them both.
Texas authorities later stated that Battaglia killed his daughters out of retaliation because his ex-wife Mary Jeane Pearle had complained to his probation officer. His other daughter, Christie, tells the story of this devastating crime.
Coy Wesbrook was sentenced to death for killing five people in an apparent fit of jealous rage and is just hours from execution by lethal injection. He is deemed by his lawyer to be mentally impaired and therefore not fully responsible for his actions, but he has exhausted all his appeals. The only hope Coy has are the picketing protesters outside the prison walls. Coy's story is told via his daughter as she recounts her father's crime and the impact it has had on the remaining family.