What are your thoughts about the murder case of Chanin Starbuck, an active Mormon mother who tried to make things work with her husband? She was found dead in a compromising position apparently after being tortured and strangled. Ironically, she was having online relationships with two men with the prospect of dating / having a relationship that made them highly suspect. Yet, the men, who seemed to be unfaithful / creepy were no longer suspect because their alibis checked out. Then they looked at the husband, who couldn't quite live the 'Mormon life', yet seemed to be jealous that his wife was moving on -- at least that is how the police saw it but not the husband's children. When the children found out that their father, Clay, was being charged they made it a mission to expose their mother to save their father. In doing so, they found out that one of their siblings was not even the child of Clay but someone that their mother had a relationship with previously. The children of Chanin wanted to show that their mother was living a different lifestyle than what she tried to show her friends and the church. This they did with the hope that it would exonerate their father, but it didn't. Clay Starbuck was found guilty and lost his appeal as well. The saddest thing was the fact that the kids were alone without their parents… a truly sad story.
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The Dateline show gave a whole picture of all ends. I am suspicious about all her online relationships but also saddened that the children had to go through that.
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