MI v. PYNE (2012)

A middle-aged Michigan woman is brutally murdered in the garage of her suburban home – first bludgeoned, then stabbed repeatedly. Within hours, investigators begin to focus on the victim’s son as the possible perpetrator. But could 21-year-old Jeffrey Pyne – by all appearances the very definition of a perfect son – really have committed matricide in such a cold and heinous fashion? Or was Ruth Pyne, who suffered from bipolar disorder, actually murdered by a person (or persons) unknown – someone who’s still at large? That is the question at the heart of the case against Jeffrey Pyne.

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MI v. PYNE (2012)