Robert Peernock : A Conspiracy of Murder

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Robert Peernock decided that he needed to get rid of his wife and daughter so that he wouldn’t have to pay out a bunch of money during a divorce settlement. He came up with a plan to make it look like they died in a drunk driving accident… Or did he?

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