IntrovertRed December 8, 2020 Share December 8, 2020 (edited) Jeffrey Hamburg is a piece of shit. A good father would try to help his son discuss and process the past and answer questions without anger and constant defensiveness and deflections. Their relationship is only on the father's terms. Jeffrey Hamburg certainly isn't doing himself any favors with his behavior. Who was the woman that went to dinner with Madison and his dad? His wife/girlfriend? Ali looks so much like her mother. It was a little disturbing that she seems so distant and cold in her interviews, but I suspect she's really trying to not lose control. I wonder how she ended up in Argentina. Her husband's family seems loving and welcoming, it must be so nice for Ali to be around that considering the family environment she grew up in. Barb thinking the court hearing at 2 pm is very intriguing. I work for attorneys and generally we'd either call or email the client. But that definitely explains why she was still in her pjs. I have been surprised that you are able to record a conversation without the other party knowing, like when Madison recorded his conversations at the police department. I think the PD and their attorneys were smug and thought they'd walk all over the Yale law students, but I was impressed with them, they held their own. It had to be intimidating as hell. I was happily surprised that the FOIA was approved, as I figured it would be denied. I hope Madison stays with this and doesn't give up. I am very impressed with him, he's a smart kid (although he's almost 30 by now, so I guess not a kid), and I hope he stays on the right track. I also hope that that Conway doesn't continue to guilt Madison. I realize she's a connection to his mother, but he has to set boundaries with her, almost like she's a child. I think she needs to deal with her demons more than anyone of that family. Hopefully she realizes that after this documentary. Edited December 8, 2020 by KLJ 9 Link to comment
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