Wednesday 24 October

The Investigator Wednesday 24 October, 9.35pm

Who’s living next door to you? Do you have the right to know? What if your neighbor has served time for rape, or murder, or was a paedophile? Is that any of your business?

In tonight’s episode of The Investigator (9.35pm on TV ONE), Bryan Bruce examines the issue of whether the public’s right to know supersedes an individual’s right to privacy.
What’s the case? He’s decided viewers don’t have the right to know until broadcast. All he’s promising is that this episode will challenge people’s beliefs about crime and punishment. Do we really believe that once convicted criminals have done their time, they have paid for the crime and should be allowed to get on with their lives? Or are some crimes so heinous that the perpetrators should never be allowed to become anonymous?

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