Hart family murder-suicide revisited in new documentary

A pair who drove off a Mendocino Coast cliff with their 6 children are the target of a new documentary that is getting produced April seven, according to E Information.

“A Thread of Deceit” revisits the lives and deaths of Washington residents Jen and Sarah Hartman, and their 6 adopted children. The pair drove the family’s SUV off of a steep cliff north of Fort Bragg in 2018, and a jury ruled that the crash was a murder-suicide in 2019.

The documentary examines the family’s historical past of little one abuse, and also incorporates interviews with family and mates who initially defended the pair.

“It was significant for us to go into the documentary impartial and permit the tale inform alone in any way that it took variety,” producer Rachel Morgan advised E Information. “I felt it critical to allow for the mates who have been silenced by harassment to be equipped to communicate their position of look at.”

The documentary will be available on VOD and streaming services. View the trailer down below:

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