Hardy is jubilant when the Sandbrook case is officially reopened and, although Claire is evasive when Ellie puts her findings to her, he elicits a confession from her which derails her relationship with Lee Ashworth. Hardy and Ellie also track down Gary Thorp, obsessive boyfriend of one of the victims who now comes into the frame along with the Gillespies. Sharon recalls Ellie to the stand and again tries desperately to discredit her but Jocelyn counters by questioning why Joe was not chosen to give evidence. The jury retires to reach a verdict but just as they return Claire arrives at the court with something for Hardy.
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During a recess in court proceedings, while the jury is deliberating its verdict, journalist Olly Stevens is seen to be "mocking-up" two different versions of his newspaper's front page. This is the job of a sub-editor, and even a tiny local newspaper like the one in Broadchurch would have a sub-editor. Also, to sub a front page like that would require hardware and software much more powerful than a laptop computer. See more
And yet, the one person we haven't heard from is the defendant himself. It's a short walk from the dock to the witness box. I've counted it to be thirteen steps. You may think that if you are falsely accused of a child's murder, you'd make that short walk. You may even think you'd run there to reassure the jury of your innocence. But when given the opportunity to give his own account and explanation of evidence against him, when given the opportunity to protest his innocence, to shout it from ...
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