A chance meeting with a girl leads to murder as a teenage boy is engulfed by a web of lies in this gripping drama. My Murder tells the true story of the honey trap killing.
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-'What's the emergency?'
-It's at 12 Beulah Crescent.
-And a young black boy's been stabbed, I think.
It looks like knifed or stabbed.
'Are you looking from your window? Can you see how old he is at all?'
He's about 15. 14, 15. Blood's coming everywhere.
-MAN: Can they get here quick?
-He's been stabbed.
He's in a bad way.
-He's in a bad way.
-'We've got someone on the way.'
'He trusted her, he trusted her.'
He trusted her.
This programme contains some violent scenes
He trusted her.
This programme contains some strong language
REPORTER: Police believe Shakilus Townsend was just 16
-and had fallen in love...
-..In a so-called "honeytrap."
That's me. Shakilus Townsend, or Shaki.
I'm 16 and just got out of jail, for the last time. Trust.
I've done some bad things in the past.
Things I'm not proud of. Muggings and that.
But all that's behind me.
# It's a new day
# It's a new life for me
# And I'm feeling good... #
The story I want to tell you involves her.
I've not even met her yet.
15 years old and already the kind of girl
that makes you want to change everything.
Danny. Her boyfriend.
Yeah, he's 17 and what I call a waste man.
He runs a gang called the Shine My Nine.
It's not funny, man, shut up.
You don't want to mess with them.
But it didn't matter where you went,
there was always boys hanging around,
looking to step up and test man.
Nice hat, blud.
Yo, Batman, where's Robin?
-What you got for me, rudeboy?
-Get off me, you dickhead!
You try and turn bad man, yeah, Bugz?
-You got shook, fam.
-Whatever, you batty man.
-You're just trying to feel me up!
-You wish, man.
That's for all them years of you jumpin' out on me, cuz.
Marcus, man, I've just spent two months in hell
and you can't even greet a man properly?
-Where's my hug?
OK. Think you're hard? That's how you want to roll, yeah?
-What's going on, fam? Bugz is back, fam.
-How you doing, man?
-Yeah, I'm cool. I missed you, man.
'Marcus and me didn't roll in a gang no more.
'We were just bredrins - good friends.
'I didn't give a shit about gangs and postcodes.
'No-one was going to tell me where I could go and couldn't go.
'Which is the attitude that got me into bad trouble.'
You watch too much TV programmes, blud. Why you holding onto me, man?
-Come on, let's just go around.
-Why should I?
Ain't trying to step on no man's territory.
We're just trying to reach my yard. Come on, man.
Hey, I don't recognise you. What end you from?
Look, man, we don't want no beef.
Yeah, for real, we're just too humble undercover Feds
-just trying to do our rounds, man.
You trying to take me for some dickhead?
-Calm yourself, little man.
-You know who you're chatting to?
What, ghetto Stewie Griffin? Yeah. Don't touch me.
I said don't touch me, blud!
What? Get off the bike, blud.
I'm going to hunt you down!
This is my yard where my mum, three little sisters,
and baby brother live. Mum's had it tough over the years
and I haven't helped her by getting arrested.
But now, now I want to step up and do right by her.
# Come on and do
# Do your duty
-# Do your duty
-Come on and do
-# Do your duty
-Do your duty
# Oh, do
# What you supposed to do
# Do your duty
# Do what you supposed to do
# Do what you know you got to do... #
All right? I thought you were still sleeping. Come here, sis.
-I missed you.
-I missed you, too.
And I'm sorry if it felt like I abandoned you, yeah?
It's my responsibility to look out for you lot. I let you down.
But things are going to be different this time. Trust.
-Yeah. It's all about family, I'm trying to get a job.
I might even try college.
-And what about the bike?
-Get your mind off my ride and get your mind prepared for homework.
-Catch me if you can, doll.
# I was guilty but I'm a bust case now
MUSIC: "Look What The Cat Dragged In" by Giggs
Applying to college. That was a long.
But with gangs like the Shine My Nine out there,
it made sense to stay home, boy.
-Recognise the colours?
-You're in Shine My Nine territory.
-What happened to you?
-What happened to me?
-I got attacked, that's what happened.
-What? Are you OK?
So I'm pissed off right now.
-What really vexes me, yeah, is that the flowers got destroyed.
I mean, you're always complaining that I ain't romantic enough
so I was going to surprise you.
-And then this dickhead is coming and ruining tings.
-No, no, no.
Listen, it's OK. Just let it go, yeah?
I'm just glad you're OK.
-Look, you coming in, yeah?
I've got a surprise that will help you de-stress.
POUNDING MUSIC THROUGH WALL
-So what's the surprise, babes?
-I'm wearing it.
Oh, I see. I thought you was going to give me some off-the-chain head,
Babe, babe, babe.
It's cool, man.
This works for man.
-Can we lie down?
-Mmm, next round, babes.
Let me just get a little sample.
Hey. I won't bust. Trust me.
HE PULLS DOWN ZIPPER
That night, that night, I knew I shouldn't be out but man got bored.
And then things just had to happen.
# 100% we bang, bang
# Me and my gang, we bang, bang
# See, you and your boys, you got prang
# Got it but got no time So your man dem better be easy
# Don't try and save face when you see me
# I'm a star, see me on your TV
# All the girls see me and get freaky
# They all want to lash me... #
-What's wrong, man?
-I'm fed up.
Hey, that's the beat right there.
Hey, operator. Wheel it up. Wheel it up.
Now I'm out, everyone feels mad distant, like.
Everyone's grown up. A big man tip now, fam.
So am I.
Is that why you're wearing a Batman hat, yeah?
-You got jokes, innit?
-Shak, man, settle.
Listen to what your boy said, cuz.
Don't worry, man, I don't want no beef.
Just going to go outside, yeah?
-Oh, man, no, he didn't!
LIFT DOORS CHIME
Agh! All right, come, we breeze down the stairs.
I can't explain it.
My boredom makes me do things like jacking weed,
chatting up girls, going places I shouldn't.
That's just me.
What happened to free yard?
-Got to meet man dem.
-You've always got to meet the man dem.
What's your problem?
Listen, I ain't one of your little school friends
you can chat to anyhow, you know.
-Calm down. Sorry.
-Who you telling to calm down?!
Just come out my yard.
When someone is just out of reach,
trust me, that's the one you fall in love with.
Is this seat taken?
Nah, I'm only asking cos I'm a gentleman like that.
I don't want to be all up in your grill.
-So is anyone sitting there?
-Oh, she talks.
Don't worry, man, I ain't got no gun, no knife, just muscle.
Yeah, you like that, innit?
My name is Shakilus. My boys call me Shak or Shaki.
I don't give my name to strangers.
So what's a fine woman like you,
A, sitting here with no man protecting you,
and, B, riding on public transport?
Cos if you was my woman, I wouldn't let you ride the bus at this hour.
Any man could try and scrape you up.
You'd be in comfort on my Maybach
as we speed down the road, wind in your hair, bass line pumping.
You've got a Maybach?
-Nah, when I'm 18, innit.
You don't believe man? In a couple of years, you'll see.
-I'll beep when I speed past you at the bus stop.
-Oh, so you want a lift now, yeah?
I don't give lifts to strangers.
-I need a name first.
-Ah, you think you're slick.
Nah, but seriously, where's your man?
I don't need a man to ride the bus.
Coming from your girl's house?
Nah, I'm single. I'm struggling to meet one since Beyonce dumped me
for that idiot Jay-Z.
Aw, don't worry, I'm sure you can do much better.
I was looking at you and thinking the very same thing.
So, like, what do you do, like?
Do you have a job, go to college?
-I'm soon going to college and I'm a working woman.
-I like that.
-What about you?
Yeah, I go to college, and just looking for a job at the moment.
-What, you getting off?
-Do you want me to escort you to your yard?
-What about digits?
Pass me your phone, then.
PHONE BUTTONS BEEP
I'll drop-call you so you can know it's me, yeah?
You ain't getting away.
-Wait, what's your name?
# At last
# My love has come along
# My lonely days
# Are over
# And life is like a song
# Oh, yeah, yeah
# At last
# The skies above are blue
# My heart was wrapped up in clover... #
'Hi, Samantha. Just a quick one to say have a good day and that. Shak."
-Who is she, then?
Don't act dumb, Shaki.
What, so can't a man be happy without it being a girl?
I know that look.
Don't watch what I'm doing, man.
MESSAGE ALERT CHIMES
MESSAGE ALERT CHIMES
'Baby girl, I beg you meet man at Kiera's Chicken Shop. Urgent things.'
What go on, Sam? You all right? When you going to hook me up
-with one of your friends?
-You think I can't handle them? I'm a big man.
-Of course you are.
-You all right, Keira?
-This is my cousin Melissa.
-Take it easy, yeah.
-Get in line, rudeboy.
Right, we're gone.
-And I don't want to see you boys in my chip shop again.
Sammy, I'll call you later, yeah?
-What's up with you?
-What's up with me? What's up with you?
-So what was that text about?
-Oh, no, no, I had a free yard, didn't I?
But then the man dem rolled by and now...
Come here. What you saying?
-What's happened to you, cuz?
Got jumped by a gang of men.
You know who they were?
Didn't recognise them. Bandannas on their faces.
There was like, six, seven of them. Different ends, bro.
Danny. You know I love you
but you can't keep calling me out of class like that.
-Why not? You're my girl, innit?
-Yeah, I know, but...
Just go back to school, man! We'll go look for these brothers, fam.
'I forgot to say I'm free today if you want to link. Shak.'
# I'd even cut my hair and change my name
# Cos we all just want to be big rock stars
# And live in hilltop houses driving 15 cars
# The girls come easy and the drugs come cheap
# We'll all stay skinny cos we just won't eat
# And we'll hang out in the coolest bars... #
-You're going to flood the house.
Dirty thief, that's my phone.
-Allow it, man, I wanted to listen to the tune.
Shauna, I promise I'll give it back when I'm leaving.
And don't be bringing any crazy girl to the yard.
Who do you think you are? Mum or something? Get out, man.
# I want to be a rock star. #
Man's gotta come correct.
I'm not your common hood rat.
And rock has some good tunes, boy, some bangers.
# So I can eat my meals for free
# I'll have the quesadilla, ha-ha
# I'm going to dress my ass with the latest fashion
# Get a front-door key to the Playboy Mansion
# Going to date a centrefold that loves to blow my money for me
# So how you gonna do it?
# I'm gonna trade this life for fortune and fame
# I'd even cut my hair and change my name... #
Thought you weren't going to turn up, girl.
-I've been waiting for time.
-You got a problem with that?
No. Women, innit?
-It's good to see you, though.
-Going in, yeah?
You've got game, Shak, I'll give you that.
-What about these?
-They're nothing special.
Those are what I'm talking about.
Yeah, you'd look heavy in them, still.
-You going to get 'em?
-Way out of my price range.
-How much do you want the shoes?
-You don't have to get them for me, Shak.
I know. But I could do.
If it makes you smile.
Good to go.
'Thanks for the shoes.'
-Huh? Yeah, babes?
I tried to forget about her and go about my business.
Play it cool. Let her contact me first.
But I couldn't get her out of my head.
I'll see you in a minute, yeah?
-Thought you were busy today?
-But I thought I'd take you with me.
-Take me where?
# Hey, these guys are hating me when really they should be rating me
# All I want to do is start my piece Start my piece
# Looking at the road What did I see?
# A few boys that I'd like to meet
# So I walked up, like What you got for me?
# He said Two phones at a fiver each
# Boom, give me that, please Give me that, please
# And don't say please
# If you wanna say please then get on your knees
# OK, these guys are hating me when really they should be rating me
# Cos all I want to do is start my piece, start my piece
# These guys are hating me when really they should be rating me
# Cos all I want to do is start my piece
# Start my piece with rapid speed. # Yeah, that's me, innit, man.
Nice one, nice one.
ALL TALK AT ONCE
All right, I thought Sam was different,
going college and that.
Looks good, Rugrat. Fifth floor, man.
But she was part of their world, the Shine My Nines.
I was blind, even when it was right up in my face.
Where the toilet? Where the toilet?
Turn right, you can't miss it.
-Looks good, Rugrat.
CHANTING: Where you from, brother? I don't have to look at your face.
ALL CONTINUE CHANTING
'Can't take the smoke. I'm by the station.'
I've got somewhere to take you.
-You all right?
PLANE ENGINE ROARS
-It's heavy, innit?
-Not my kind of thing.
I thought it would inspire you,
with all the towers and buildings and that.
I don't draw landscapes, Shak, I draw people. Portraits and that.
Sorry, my bad.
You know, one day I'm going to be out there. Making serious paper.
Doing it right but keeping it real.
You get me?
You know, Sam, you should feel lucky.
I don't usually chat my business to people.
But you, I don't know, man, you're just...
-It's just different.
-Here we go.
-What, you think I'm gassing?
-I bet you talk like that to all the girls.
-What have boys done to make you so...?
So... You're just some tough woman to please.
I bet your ex was some pretty boy, like a model or a footballer.
-He was a waste man?
-I'm not answering that.
What is wrong with you pretty girls? Oh, my gosh.
A decent man come, and who do you end up linking? The waste man.
He was a nice guy, Shak.
He just...always used to treat me like one of the man dem.
Instead of a woman.
-So who ended the relationship?
-You or your ex?
Well, I was always telling him one day he'd have to choose between me
or his road life.
And that one day came and he chose road, innit?
At least a real man can step up and take care of you.
Yeah, but right now I'm just doing me.
Do you understand?
What's really good, partner?
I finally get to introduce you to my...my friend.
Samantha, this is Marcus and Jade. Marcus and Jade, this is Samantha.
-You all right? So you're the girl that stole Shak from me, yeah?
-So, what end you from?
-I'm not from any end. I just live in London.
-Boy, that told you.
-I've got to go.
-Hey, what's wrong?
It's my mum. I'll ring you later, yeah?
Even when Sam was acting weird...
it was like she could do no wrong in my eyes.
It was all part of the attraction.
I was caught up, sprung.
-Why would you do that?
-Because you pissed me off.
Look, I'm sorry I missed your calls, OK?
My phone was at the bottom of my bag, I didn't hear it.
That's dumb, isn't it?
I had to hand in something.
I was in the library for ages waiting for a free computer to print
and then I had to go into work and that was long.
There's always a school or work excuse with you, isn't it?
You got ten minutes to get out of my house before my stepdad gets home.
It's not my fault.
You should've answered my calls, isn't it?
OK, OK. Again, I'm sorry.
'Let me know if you reach home safely. Hope your mum's OK. Shak.'
Is everything all right with your mum?
-Is there anything that you want to tell me?
Come, Bugz. Let's break this down.
So, we've already established that you're the one that's putting in all the work
-and buying this girl things.
-Yes, that's my choice.
OK, whatever but, what I really want to know is...
..for all this work you're putting in, are you getting piece?
Shakilus Townsend, please tell me that you've pressed the girl.
Oh, you're slipping!
-Shut your mouth, man.
-Or what? Are you going to tell me you're on a love ting?
No, you ain't on a love ting. You're the mad ting, fam.
Marcus, you need to stop hating.
I've no reason to hate. I don't want to.
But you ain't even been out with Sam, like.
Bruv, you don't know her.
Mmm. But I know you.
And I know that Roland with this girl was like,
I really want to roll through randomers that you don't even know.
Like the day you came out of pen.
You never know what can happen, man.
But at least I got through back.
If this girl breaks your heart,
you ain't going to be rolling how you're rolling now.
Your hair's going to be all picky.
And you ain't even going to apply for college, man.
Thanks for that advice, man.
I'll just add it to the list with everybody who loves to tell me
what's right, what's wrong, what I can do, what I can't do.
-I'm not blasting you, man.
-Bruv, what are we talking about chicks for?
Have you seen the trailer for the Dark Knight, fam?
Fam, don't even get me started...
-That film looks sick!
-Are you back and seeing the opening night?
-I'm speaking into the premier, rudeboy!
-All right! Hey, I want tickets...
-"Are you dealing with Samantha?"
PHONE RINGS OFF
Man, what's up?
Nothing but planes and clouds, man.
No, but seriously?
If you go to the premier, and you take that chick and you don't get meat...
Yeah, I hear you, I hear you.
HE DIALS, TELEPHONE RINGS
TRAIN RATTLES ON THE LINE
TRAIN RATTLING PAST
SHAKILUS HANGS UP
You didn't answer my question.
-How do you know Samantha?
-'That's my girl, blud.'
That's bullshit! She told me she was single.
-What, so you ARE seeing her?
-What, you think you can get away with it?
what makes you think I want to deal with a girl the next man's through?
You trying to take me for some dickhead?
So, you're saying you had no idea?
I know enough girls. I ain't trying to steal the next man's.
All right, well, I'm going to find out what go on. D'you get me?!
Sorry I'm late.
Oh, you're not in a mood, are you?
I got a call from some boy claiming to be your man.
Really? That might have been my ex I was telling you about.
How'd he get my number, fam?
He might've went through my phone.
How can he go through your phone if he's your ex?
SHE PUSHES BUTTON REPEATEDLY, BANGS DOOR
Keira, what do you think Danny's going to do?
I haven't done anything. I wasn't sneaking around.
-He's just a friend!
-This is you two's business, I'm keeping out of it.
'Welcome to the O2 messaging service. The person...'
-'Welcome to the O...'
-SHE CALLS BACK
'Welcome to the 02...'
NUMBER RINGS AGAIN
-1They both knew what they were doing.
-That's a next level of disrespect.
What are you going to do, fam?
Hold up. I know him. That's the boy that tried to jump me at the park.
-But you said there was big guys.
-Yeah, there was.
CONVERSATION CONTINUES, SPEECH INAUDIBLE
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
KNOCKING ON DOOR
-I'm so sorry, Danny, I didn't mean...
-Did you fuck him?
-You give him head?
-Danny, we never even kissed.
-Then why you feel the need to hide him from me?
I just never felt like he was important enough
to talk about, and he's not important.
Danny, you mean everything to me.
-You know I can't live without you.
He means nothing to me. I love YOU!
And I promise, I will try my hardest to make things right between us.
I'll do anything for you.
Would you get him set?
Set him up?
What, for beats?
OK. Do whatever you have to do.
I just want things between us back to normal.
Can I have a kiss now?
MUSIC: "Dear Heartbeat" by Darkstar
'I never thought I'd be shook of a college interview.
'But it wasn't fear fear. It was hunger.
'I wanted to get into this world. I had to.'
-Yeah, that's me.
Come this way.
And that's why this will be the last time I'll ever be late coming in.
Boy, I'll camp overnight to make sure I ain't late again,
especially knowing that teachers like yourselves work here.
No, real talk, I ain't trying it, I'm just saying that
if a certain man's been up all night playing a game and that,
they need all motivation they can get to reach a nine o'clock lesson.
Not that I do that, or I need anyone else to motivate me,
I'm just saying that it's good to know that
a man's going to be greeted by a pretty face early in the morning.
When I'm old, I'm going to get a bag of secretaries like you.
No, I'm not calling you a secretary, I'm just saying
a pretty face definitely helps boost productivity in the world...
SPEECH BECOMES INAUDIBLE # Dear heartbeat
# I need something to soothe me
# Dear heartbeat
# Medicate a dose... #
..if you give me this opportunity, I swear to you, you personally,
I won't let you down.
'I nailed it. The place was mine. Trust me, fam!'
# Sweet distress Now it's time to go... #
TEXT ALERT BEEPS
'Hey, Shak. I'm such an idiot. I should've been honest with you.
'I've been trying to break up with Danny for time.
'I finally think he got the message. Would love to still see you and that.
'We should hook up soon. Am I forgiven?'
'Will let you know.'
-What's he saying?
-He's talking fibs. He'll come.
-GIRL: 'Please introduce yourself!
-My name's Peter Pan.
-'My name's Peter Pan.'
'Let's show us your skills!'
-Listen to your squeaky voice!
-Look how skinny you were.
I might not be a model, but that was down to care-free living.
'Oh, look at that! Look at that!'
What type of American accent is that?
Hey, it's better than yours, Mr "My name is Peter Pan".
-Hey, you forgot something.
-"And I'll always be a boy.
Aw, back in the days.
'# Simply the best... #'
Before you women came and complicated things.
You've always been chasing girls.
If they're troubling your head, it's your own fault.
LAUGHTER ON VIDEO
Cos I swear I've done everything right with this one.
Have you ever thought that she simply might not be interested in you?
Yeah, but how many women meet a man,
and, the first time they meet, they fall in love? Come on, man.
Man's gotta chirps and chirps her until she's walking down the aisle.
But Shaki, if the girl ain't interested, she ain't interested.
And Samantha clearly ain't interested.
# Looking at the devil
# And he's got a gun
# Fingers started shaking... #
The Dark Knight returns.
All I'm saying is, don't forget who you're chatting to,
cos man's a college man now. So have respect.
-You ain't got in yet.
-The acceptance letter'll soon come.
Then you see man rolling with college books and that.
-What, comic books?
-Comic books, yeah.
All right, it's time for school. Back into your school.
TEXT ALERT BEEPS
'Hi, you still on for meeting up today? Sam.'
# South London man, talk back! South London man, talk back!
# West London talks back! Can't you say, "Talk back"?
# One of you up there, talk back! #
TEXT ALERT BEEPS
'It's still on. Will text you what time to meet.
'Love you, baby!'
'Meeting Sam that day, I didn't have anything to prove.
'SHE had to prove herself to ME.'
-All right? Come on, we've got to catch this.
-'We just got on the 450 bus.'
-Who you texting?
My cousin. We've gotta pass by his to pick something up, yeah?
-Hold onto this.
-It's safe, fam.
-I'll pick it up later.
-What girly stuff?
-What's with the questioning?
-And what's with that Batman cap?
-Are you dumb, fam? Batman's the chief!
If you're good, I'll take you to see The Dark Knight for your birthday.
I'd rather you just get me that puppy you said you was going to get me.
I said that, innit?
What's in the bag, bruv?
TEXT ALERT BEEPS
'We're close. Coming into Thornton Heath now.'
Right, they're nearby. Come! Boss!
No letters for me?
Yeah, maybe it'll come tomorrow still.
Mum, I can get Shauna from school if you can't find anyone else.
DRIVER: Get back! BOYS SHOUT
-They're not in here!
What the fuck you doing?!
..fuck you up! TEXT ALERT BEEPS
'Where are you? We're three stops away.'
-Shut your mouth!
-I'll ring the police!
HE SLAMS THE WINDOW
All right, all right. Bell me and let me know, yeah?
Come on, this is us!
HE GIVES ORDERS
Whereabouts is your cousin's place?
There they are!
CAR HORNS BLARE
SHOUT OF PAIN
-'What's the emergency?'
-'It's at 12 Beulah Crescent.'
'I think it's number 8, and a young black boy's been stabbed, I think.
-'It looks like knifed or stabbed.'
-'Are you looking from your window?
-'Can you see how old he is at all?'
-'He's about 15 - 14, 15.
'It was three black boys.
'They've either bashed him with a baseball bat or...
'Blood's coming everywhere.'
-'Has he been stabbed?'
-'Yes, he's in a bad way. He's in a bad way.'
'We've got someone on the way. They'll be there...'
CALL FADES OUT
PLANE FLIES OVERHEAD
-Do you love me?
Stop all that noise, man, I'm thirsty.
It's all right, mate. Stay with us. All right?
Going to roll you over.
We'll get it sorted, all right?
'Stabbed in my left thigh.
'Stabbed in my right shoulder.
'Stabbed in the left armpit.
'Stabbed in my chest.
'But the worst? That was caused by Danny stabbing me in my stomach.
'He twisted the knife on the way in,
'leaving a large hole in my liver that just wouldn't stop bleeding.'
'It took me ten hours to die.'
'I remember seeing him...'
..and leaving the mortuary...
..and everything just happening around me
and I wanted to just scream "Stop!"
I wanted everything to just stop.
'It's funny how heads can just act
'without thinking about the consequences.'
# Something told me it was over... #
'I lost my life. They wasted theirs.'
# When I saw you and her talking... #
'All seven of them were found guilty of my murder.'
# Something deep down in my soul... #
'His funeral was...
'For me, it needed to be
'everything I'd never give him again. I thought about the fact
'he wouldn't have another birthday,
'he'd never have a wedding, he'd never have a child,
'and I knew that this was going to be the last thing
'that really I could do for him. And I wanted it to be a celebration'
of his life and who he was.
So...with not very much money,
I just done the best that I could.
And I know Shaki was a free spirit,
so I told everybody to wear, you know, what they felt comfortable in.
# Sit there thinking
# Of your gifts and your warm embrace, yeah
# When the reflection in the glass that I held to my lips now, babe
# Yeah, yeah
# Revealed the tears that was on my face, yeah
# And baby, baby I'd rather be blind, boy
# Than to see you walk away... #
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
A chance meeting with a girl leads to murder as a teenage boy is engulfed by a web of lies in this innovative and gripping factual drama. My Murder tells the true story of Shakilus Townsend, a 16-year-old boy who was led to his death by the 15-year-old he thought of as his girlfriend, in what became known as the honey trap killing.