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I have deleted a large amount of uncited and POV text, which repeats numerous untruths about the case. For example, Evans is named as "a criminal and a liar". He had no criminal convictions at the time of the trial and many of his "lies" were in fact police inventions, as Ludovic Kennedy showed in his book on the case. If the contributor wants to include a section on errors in the film, then go ahead with citations from the known standard works on the case. This is not an "alleged" miscarriage of justice but one recognised by the Crown and experts in the field. Peterlewis (talk) 10:52, 8 August 2011 (UTC)
This could be nitpicking, but I noticed one line where Christie described carbon monoxide as CO2, when this is actually the formula for carbon dioxide. Was this a mistake on the scriptwriter's part, or did deliberately put a scientific mistake into Christie's mouth, so that alert viewers would realize he was a quack? PatGallacher (talk) 00:39, 12 September 2014 (UTC)