After surviving the brutal stabbing that leaves her two sons dead in 1996, Dallas housewife Darlie Routier urged police to find the intruder she claims is the killer. To her horror, she became the No. 1 suspect. Her story is told in the ABC docu-series "The Last Defense."
After surviving the brutal stabbing that leaves her two sons dead in 1996, Dallas housewife Darlie Routier urged police to find the intruder she claims is the killer. To her horror, she became the No. 1 suspect. Her story is told in the ABC docu-series "The Last Defense." ABC/Lincoln Square Productions
After surviving the brutal stabbing that leaves her two sons dead in 1996, Dallas housewife Darlie Routier urged police to find the intruder she claims is the killer. To her horror, she became the No. 1 suspect. Her story is told in the ABC docu-series "The Last Defense." ABC/Lincoln Square Productions
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