I felt like there were a lot of unanswered questions - the co-conspirators, Maxwell, the blackmail tapes - if his home was raided and he wasn't expecting it, where were those? There must have been some kind of records (I'm not talking about the raid decades ago when he cleared out the computers).
Also, why the hell was he allowed to move his money to a trust while he was in jail? Aren't assets supposed to be frozen? All I know about this stuff I learned on Law & Order.
The victim interviews were very powerful and I am glad they focused on them. The pix of young, smiling women and girls being shown was heartbreaking.
ITA. The cynical part of me says the women will never have justice and the public won't know all of the names.