Take a look at some of New Zealand's most famous cases of people being wrongly convicted of heinous crimes. Made with the support of NZ on Air.
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New Season: After raising several children through foster care, Sam reluctantly agreed to foster another daughter, not knowing the seven-year old had suffered years of horrific abuse. When Sam's marriage broke down, he was accused of repeatedly raping the little girl over several years.
Sharon Armstrong, who was arrested in Argentina in 2011 for drug smuggling, tells her story.
In 1989 Terri Friesen's 7-week-old daughter was found dead. After hours of interrogation, she broke down and signed a confession that she had caused the death of her baby. But Terri was innocent.
For 19 years police thought David Slater had killed his wife. This is his story.
In 2007 George Gwaze's adopted daughter Charlene was found in bed semi-conscious and struggling to breathe. George and his family didn't expect she would die within hours of arriving at the hospital - let alone that suspicion would fall on the family as to her cause of death.
In 2012 Tim Morrison was charged with the manslaughter of Robert Harris after the pair had an altercation. This is his story.
In 2009, Alex MacDonald was on a sailing adventure to Tonga which turned into his worst nightmare. This is his story.
Season Final: Andrew McCarthy is an unorthodox science teacher. In 2010 he performed a tonsillitis examination on a student. Two years later, CYFs and the police launched an investigation into his behaviour. He was accused of inappropriate touching and charged with indecent assault on a child.