MURDER — when journalists and police work together justice can be served.

Some people in life are, I’m afraid, just plain evil…

In the UK over the last three nights there has been a drama screened on ITV called The Pembrokeshire Murders — it tells the true story of a police detective’s mission to catch a killer of four people and that man, real name Steve Wilkins, was played by the movie star and actor Luke Evans.

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Fiona has been a UK journalist for more than 30 years as well as being a freelance tv producer director. She’s also had her own media consultancy since 2008.

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Fiona Scott

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Fiona has been a UK journalist for more than 30 years as well as being a freelance tv producer director. She’s also had her own media consultancy since 2008.

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