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-Dad! How can you say

-everything's alright? Speak to me.

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-You're not a cock-tease, are you?

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-Have you ever been with a man?

-Do you know how a real man feels?

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-Endaf.

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-He killed that little girl,

-his sister's daughter.

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-Endaf Elwy.

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-What do you remember about Anna

-Williams? She was killed in 2005.

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-I discussed it with the deputy.

-He says we can talk to Endaf Elwy.

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-A trip to jail then.

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-I hope you die!

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-Let me go, let me go!

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-Please let me go.

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-Subtitles

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-DOGS BARK

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-DOOR SLAMS

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-I can't do this.

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-I'm sorry.

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-Please.

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-I'm sorry, I shouldn't have.

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-I'm sorry, too.

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-But you have to listen.

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-Otherwise, this will happen.

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-You know that now, don't you?

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-OK.

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-Slowly now.

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-Take it slow.

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-Let me see.

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-It looks better.

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-They're not deep.

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-You'll be alright.

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-Please.

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-You shouldn't cry.

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-Everything will be alright.

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-I said stop.

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-You're alright.

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-Come on now.

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-Sit up.

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-Aaugh.

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-I'll bring some bedclothes later.

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-I've brought you some food.

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-You have to eat.

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-No?

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-You have to eat.

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-Is it good?

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-This doesn't have to be so hard.

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-I don't want to punish you.

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-It hurts me too.

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-But you have to understand.

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-I'm going to do everything for you.

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-I'll be everything for you.

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-You'll see.

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-The only thing you have to do...

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-..is give your life to me.

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-I'll give you everything else.

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-We can be nice to each other.

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-It's that simple.

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-That's all I want.

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-There's some soap.

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-There's a towel.

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-And clean clothes.

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-I'm glad you're here.

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-You'll also be glad in time.

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-I'll come back later

-to see how you're settling.

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-SCREAMING

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-Hi.

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-DI Cadi John.

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-I'm here to see Endaf Elwy.

-You should have a record of me.

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-Do you have any of these items

-with you today, Ma'am?

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

-

-I wanted to let you know.

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-Someone beat Tomos Ellis up.

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-He's a local drug dealer.

-It was last night.

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-He's mates with Ieuan Rhys.

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-He's mates with Ieuan Rhys.

-

-Where did this happen?

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-Llanberis, he was drinking

-in the pub with his mates.

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-Alun Pryce was seen

-in the same pub at the same time.

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-Did this Tomos Ellis

-say Alun Pryce attacked him?

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-No, he doesn't remember anything.

-He didn't even see who attacked him.

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-That's convenient.

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-We've sent uniforms over

-to have a word with Alun Pryce.

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-That'll make his day.

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-Hold on, someone's coming. Let me

-know what happens with Alun Pryce.

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-OK.

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-I thought you'd have a headache.

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-I'd have done anything

-to stay in bed this morning.

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-Coffee?

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-Coffee?

-

-OK.

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-It's a shame you had to

-leave early last night.

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-My...

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-My girlfriend, Sam, she's pregnant.

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-I wasn't sure if you knew.

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-I didn't want to stay out too late.

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-I didn't know.

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-Congratulations.

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-Thanks.

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-Anyway, I've got a mountain

-of work to get through.

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-Mr Elwy?

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-DI Cadi John.

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-Please, take a seat.

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-I wanted to ask you

-about Anna Williams.

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-No.

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-I don't want to.

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-I don't want to talk about that.

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-I don't want to talk about that.

-

-Please, Mr Elwy.

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-I've only got a few questions.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Lea Pryce?

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-Is your father home?

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-Is your father home?

-

-What do you want with him?

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-Is he home?

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-Is he home?

-

-No.

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-Do you know where he is?

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-Do you know where he is?

-

-Chapel!

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-We want to talk to him

-about an incident last night.

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-A local man was attacked.

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-I'll tell him

-you're looking for him.

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-Thank you.

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-Don't you have anything

-better to do...

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-..like finding the bastard

-who killed Mali?

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-What did they want?

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-They wanted to talk to you

-about last night.

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-What did you do?

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-Dad!

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-Oh!

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-You're far from home.

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-It must be hard.

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-Does your sister...

-Gaynor, is it...?

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-Does Gaynor come to visit?

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-She wrote to me once.

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-After...

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-After the trial.

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-What did she say?

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-What did she say?

-

-She told me to tell the truth.

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-The truth about what happened

-to Anna. But I did.

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-I wanted to write back to her,

-but I couldn't.

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-I wanted to, but I couldn't.

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-She doesn't believe me anyway.

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-Were you close as children?

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-She was older than me.

-She looked after me.

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-And you went to the same school

-until you were fifteen.

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-People say that children

-can be cruel.

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-I don't think cruelty

-is limited to children.

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-I hadn't planned to hurt him.

-That guy at school.

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-He wouldn't leave me alone.

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-He kept saying dirty things

-to me all the time.

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-I told him not to,

-but he wouldn't listen.

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-I lost my temper.

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-And then I landed in that place.

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-A young offender institution.

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-What happened when you left there?

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-I went home.

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-Gaynor was married.

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-They didn't want me

-staying with them.

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-They moved my stuff to Taid's house.

-He'd died by then.

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-And you lived there on your own.

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-Gwil, Gaynor's husband got me a job,

-so I'd have some money.

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-I didn't want to

-but they said I had to.

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-With the scrap company.

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-With the scrap company.

-

-With Mr Roberts.

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-I'd do small jobs, labouring.

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-I like to work with my hands.

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-He'd give us these masks sometimes.

-I didn't like the masks.

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-We had to do as Mr Roberts said.

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-Do you remember

-who else worked there?

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-Do you remember any names?

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-How about the name William Parry?

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-Do you remember someone called

-William John Parry?

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-There was a lot of coming and going.

-Always new guys. I didn't like it.

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-The night Anna was killed...

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-..she called at the yard.

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-Yes.

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-Sometimes, she came

-to walk home with me.

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-What did you talk about

-when she came over?

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-She just liked the peace and quiet.

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-Did she say if she had a boyfriend?

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-Did she say

-that she'd argued with anyone?

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-She wasn't like that. She didn't

-like to argue with anyone.

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-January 2006.

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-A man you used to share a cell with,

-Michael Lee Thompson...

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-..he said you confessed

-to killing Anna.

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-He said you confessed

-to strangling her.

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-No.

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-No, I didn't say that.

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-He said things, details...

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-..things that weren't

-public knowledge.

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-I don't understand why

-he said those things.

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-It doesn't make sense.

-It doesn't make sense at all.

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-CAR FAILS TO START

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-Hey! Hey!

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-Down here!

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-Down here! I can't get out!

-There's a door.

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-Can you open it?

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-Can you help me?

-Can you... help me?

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-Please can you help me?

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-No, no, no, come back.

-Come back, please!

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-Come back.

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-Hello?

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-Hello?

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-Hello?

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-Hello?

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-Hello?

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-Listen to me.

-You need to look for a key.

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-Can you see a key?

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-Listen, you need to help me.

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-Look for the key.

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-Can you see the key?

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-There are things...

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-..things I need to collect.

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-I won't be long.

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-I won't be long.

-

-Take Nia with you.

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-I've got too much to do without

-you two getting in the way.

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-But don't worry.

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-I won't be going near

-that little bitch you've got...

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-..if that's

-what you're worried about.

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-Where have you been?

-Skulking around the place as usual.

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-Do you want to go

-for a ride in the van?

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-Go and fetch your coat.

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-DOGS BARK

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-Vaughan?

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-Megan Ruddock, a university student,

-was reported missing last night.

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-The friend who reported her missing

-says she has a history of self-harm.

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-She was worried she'd hurt herself.

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-She was worried she'd hurt herself.

-

-But...

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-I don't need to explain my concern.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-This is my reading time.

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-With the chaplain.

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-I read a book about gardening.

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-About beekeeping.

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-Bees?

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-I've always thought it would

-be nice to have bees.

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-You can't have bees.

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-People don't understand.

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-They're wild things,

-they have their own minds.

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-I had beehives at home.

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-I used to collect honey.

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-Did you teach Anna how to do it?

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-She liked to go and see them

-and watch them.

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-She understood them.

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-The more you watch them,

-the more you understand about them.

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-The more you understand about them,

-the more you want to keep them.

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-To know what they think.

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-So, Anna would come over

-for some peace and quiet.

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-Could you talk to Anna?

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-Could you share things with her?

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-I miss that.

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-Nobody likes me here.

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-They call me names.

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-They say I killed her.

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-They get angry when I say I didn't.

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-I'd like to show you some photos,

-if that's alright.

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-Do you know this man?

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-Have you seen him before?

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-It might be someone that you knew.

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-Did he come to work on the yard?

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-I can't see his face.

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-It isn't clear.

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-Sorry.

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-Stay here.

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-CHILDREN PLAYING

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-Are you alright?

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-Come on.

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-Let's go home.

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-"..I realized today

-that she was self-harming..."

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-PHONE RINGS

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-DS Vaughan.

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-I'll be down now.

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-I'm sorry to turn up like this.

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-You told me to call

-if I had any information.

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-It's just, um...

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-I've been thinking

-about what happened.

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-About the photos you showed me.

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-The photos of the man

-I spoke to at the garage.

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-All I did was thank him.

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-That's all.

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-It doesn't make sense.

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-How can you be so sure it was him?

-How can you be so certain?

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-The man in question is a suspect

-in several other inquiries.

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-So, he's done this before... he's

-attacked other girls. But why?

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-Why does he do this?

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-Why does he do this?

-

-We don't know.

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-We're trying to find out.

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-He followed me, he knows where Mam

-and Dad live and what car I have.

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-He could have been watching me

-for months.

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-He might know where I live.

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-I know that this is difficult.

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-The evidence shows

-that he saw you by chance.

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-What evidence?

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-This doesn't make sense.

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-This doesn't make sense.

-

-I know.

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-I understand how hard this is.

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-No, you don't. You have no idea.

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-I'm angry.

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-It's made me feel dirty.

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-This isn't my life.

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-I don't want to be a victim.

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-I have to go.

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-OK, yeah.

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-Owen, you need to see this.

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-This is the final transaction

-on the missing girl's card.

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-Bangor train station,

-a ticket to Cardiff.

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-Did she go home?

0:31:480:31:49

-Did she go home?

-

-No, we asked her mother.

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-She hasn't seen her daughter

-since she left for university.

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-Let's do a CCTV check...

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-..see what train she was on

-and if she was alone.

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-DOOR OPENS

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-DOOR SLAMS

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-DOOR UNLOCKS

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-DOOR SLAMS

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-You all look the same.

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-Good for nothing, lost.

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-At least you've washed.

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-There's nothing worse

-than a dirty bitch.

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-Don't think I'm touching

-any of your filth.

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-If you need to wash something,

-there's a sack behind the door.

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-Dylan can sort it.

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-Why are you doing this to me?

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-Do you think I want you here?

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-You could let me go.

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-You could let me go.

-

-It's too late.

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-You're here to stay now.

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-I won't say a thing...

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-..to anyone.

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-Just let me go.

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-My father used to leave traps

-out in the trees.

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-I remember he once caught

-a vixen by her leg.

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-She pulled on the trap.

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-The wire dug deeper

-and deeper into her leg.

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-She was scared but she knew

-there was no way out.

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-If she'd stopped struggling,

-my father would have hit her head...

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-..and killed her instantly.

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-He couldn't go near her.

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-She'd bare her teeth.

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-She'd fight.

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-She'd keep trying to escape.

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-He let the dogs loose.

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-They tore her to shreds.

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-She thought she could have escaped.

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-But to where?

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-My son owns you now.

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-As long as you keep him happy...

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-..nothing will happen to you.

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-No.

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-What makes you think

-you've got a choice?

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-There we are then.

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-Pick those clothes up.

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-Before Dylan comes home.

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-DOOR SLAMS

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-It's me.

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-Dad?

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-I didn't hear you come in.

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-You were miles away.

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-Have you taken your tablets?

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-Have you taken your tablets?

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-I'll take them in a minute.

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-Not that they make any difference.

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-Not that they make any difference.

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-Is Cadi home?

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-She's went to Gladwell prison

-in Gloucester.

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-She left early this morning.

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-Gloucester?

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-A young girl was killed,

-Anna Williams.

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-She was seventeen.

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-Bethan was around

-the same age at the time.

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-November 2005.

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-The saddest part of the year.

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-That's where she was,

-lying in the leaves.

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-Dad.

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-The evidence was strong.

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-Well, at least

-that's what I thought.

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-Maybe we made a mistake.

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-Maybe I made a mistake.

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-In your line of work, as well as

-mine, we can't spend our time...

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-..over-analysing the what-ifs

-or what should we have done.

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-But we make mistakes...

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-..and the question is

-how do we live with them?

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-That's the price we pay.

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-We lose peace of mind,

-we lose sleep, relationships...

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-..marriages.

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-Cadi has told you.

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-You don't need to tell the old man,

-what he doesn't know won't kill him.

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-I didn't want you to worry.

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-I'm sorry.

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-I'm sorry too.

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-You should take your tablets.

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-I'll go and get them.

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-The night Anna was killed...

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-..you said

-that you met her after work...

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-..and that you walked home together.

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-We'd lost a queen.

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-The bees were angry.

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-Sometimes,

-the bees lose faith in the queen.

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-They start talking amongst

-themselves and the tide changes...

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-..and they all turn against her.

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-They drag her out of the hive.

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-They drag her out and kill her.

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-You have to give the hive

-a new queen in a cell.

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-It's called the crown of thorns.

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-It allows the drones to get used

-to her smell and her language.

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-We wanted to check on the queen

-before the winter.

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-We met after work.

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-At the yard?

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-She came home with me.

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-Er... we opened up the hive...

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-..we drank tea in the house...

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-..then she left.

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-She said she was going home.

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-She said she was going home.

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-What happened next?

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-I don't know.

-People keep asking me.

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-But I don't know. I wish I did.

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-Did anyone else know Anna was

-coming over that night?

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-No.

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-No.

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-Could she have been followed?

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-No.

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-Could the two of you

-have been followed?

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-Could the two of you

-have been followed?

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-What about the men

-who worked at the yard?

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-Did any of them ever say

-anything about Anna...

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-..or show any interest in her?

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-No.

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-And the name William Parry

-means nothing to you.

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-No.

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-No.

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-Have you ever heard the name?

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-No.

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-Are you sure?

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-This is important.

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-William Parry, William John Parry.

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-I don't know! I don't know!

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-It wasn't me! I didn't do it.

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-I didn't touch her!

-Someone else did and I got blamed.

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-Get off me! Get off!

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-Why did you come here?

-Why didn't you leave me alone?

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-I didn't do anything!

-I didn't do anything!

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-I didn't do anything!

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-DOOR SLAMS

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-DOGS BARK

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-Food won't be ready

-for about an hour.

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-Go, then.

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-Go and do what you have to do.

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-Do it before the food's ready.

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-DOOR UNLOCKS

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-You're looking better.

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-You look pretty.

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-I've got some things for you.

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-I brought you this.

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-Do you like chocolate.

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-I put the dirty clothes in the bag

-as your mother said.

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-Did she come here?

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-What did she want?

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-She was just checking on me,

-that's all.

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-Your mother, she's...

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-Your mother, she's...

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-What?

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-She reminds me of my mother.

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-It was as if nothing

-was good enough for Mam.

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-Do you know what I mean?

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-I could see it in her eyes.

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-Disappointment

-when she looked at me.

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-I was trying my best.

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-I was trying to make her proud.

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-I couldn't be

-what she wanted me to be.

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-I couldn't shine

-how she wanted me to shine.

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-You were right.

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-I'm not comfortable in my own skin.

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-I never fit in.

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-It's as if people see through me

-and that I'm empty.

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-Is that why you hurt yourself?

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-It makes me feel better...

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-..to have some control

-over something...

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-..so that I can just feel something.

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-You don't need

-to hurt yourself any more.

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-I'm here for you.

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-You can talk to me about anything.

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-I'm good at listening.

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-# Sleep now, my beautiful child

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-# Sleep now, my beautiful child

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-# Sleep now, my beautiful child

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-# Sleep until the morning

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-# Sleep until the morning

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-# Hush now, my dear child

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-# The song birds are all asleep

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-# Hush now, my dear child

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-# Sleep until the morning

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-# Sleep until the morning

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-# Hush now, my dear child

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-# Having closed and locked the door

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-# Hush now, my dear child

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-# Sleep until the morning

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-# Sleep until the morning

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-# Hush now, my sweet love

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-# Your wooden horse next to you

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-# Hush now, my sweet love

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-# Sleep until the morning

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-# Sleep until the morning #

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Mae'r heddlu yn sylweddoli bod merch ifanc arall wedi'i chipio wrth glywed bod Megan ar goll. The police realise another young girl has been snatched when they hear that Megan is missing.