This extract from a link provided a page or 2 ago, I agree with, regarding TM's interview on sixty minutes. Extending some compassion for his daughters or expressing hope he is forced to serve his full prison sentence would have been a vast improvement on the weak: “I hope he never enters my life again.” But McHugh doesn’t need to be likeable. She’s not a politician reliant on approval ratings or a reality TV star seeking to elongate her 15 minutes of fame. It is Gerard Baden-Clay’s late wife, and his three surviving daughters, who have paid the deepest price for his duplicitous and violent behaviour. Their loss is unimaginable. But, like it or not, McHugh has also been wronged. And seeking to shift blame for Baden-Clay’s crimes on to her does nothing to honour his genuine victims.