If there is one word that we imagine Stella Gibson on “The Fall” using to describe the Paul Spector case — beyond of course “horrifying” — it would be “frustrating.” After all, you just have to look at the process so far to try and have him properly incriminated. What this series is perhaps best at, other than of course the performances from Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson, is the accuracy of the police procedure. Time and again, it is not so easy to get a suspected killer to stand trial, even if you are certain that they are guilty and there is evidence out there.
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Synopsis – “As Spector’s health stabilises, his legal team, lead by Sean Healy, move into action, determined he will never stand trial. Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson discovers evidence that there may be more victims. Keen to get Spector back into the justice system, Gibson speaks to August Larson, the consultant psychiatrist who will be assessing Spector. Sally-Ann reaches breaking point.”
Tonight, Gibson made it clear that everything that she did was in accordance with trying to save Rose — and yet, there were still questions. Moving forward, she may still have to find further ways in order to prove herself.
Preview – The possible logbook that we saw at the tail end of tonight’s installment will play an enormous role in Gibson’s attempts to incriminate Spector. The large question she is left to ponder is whether or not this marks a dossier of victims, or possible scenarios for what he could do next.
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