60 minutes - Carol Matthey, do you think she killed her 4 babies?
Answered 7 months ago
I started out thinking she was innocent, and I dont rate 60 minutes too highly, (they can be very biased), but part way through I got a gut feeling she had done it. It was all her, what she said, how she said it, what she didnt say, her emotions, her tears started to seem fake/put on etc.
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She killed the housekeeper cat in a wheelie bin full of water and put the cat in a cage and drop it in the water filled wheelie bin,then she video it on her phone and used it scream as her ring tone,
She asked me to make cake to poison the housekeeper with ,she said if you add the juice from this plant it’s stops your breathing in and doesn’t show up in there body when they look.
At this point I did not know she had killed her kids till 3 weeks later .
She did it no normal person would know this.
The third unlucky little guy who was given the sleep apnia machine, if you'd lost two already you would have that machine on. And if as she says it was faulty surely you'd just have it replaced.
Every time she was asked if she murdered each of them she looked up to the left. I just kept thinking your a cold blooded serial baby killer.
The fact she has resurfaced all these years later revelling in the attention again and doesn't care if it's good or bad. I absolutely think she was killing her babies for attention and enjoys looking at their pictures as though they are trophies of what she has gotten away with.
I hope her only surviving child has gotten away from her and is living a good Life.
She is 100% guilty.
She was much more emotional when talking about potentially going to prison than she was at all when speaking about her children's deaths.
The fire too? How are you the only adult in a home and have literally no explanation for a set fire, it's confirmed to be deliberately lit, not electrical.. sooo?????
Besides that, her entire family believe she is guilty.
If I lost 4 children to a mystery I'd either just neck myself, be in an institution or fully campaign to find the reason why, I'd be raising money to fly to medical conferences and beg experts for an explanation.
I just 100% don't believe her at all. Not an ounce.
There's Carole shows next to no remorse when talking about her children and as others have said she seemed more upset at the prospect of going to jail.
Then the arrogant look on her face as she left court spoke volumes. That was not the look of relief, it's just being smug.
She also seemed emotionally detached from reality when looking at all the kids pictures she's all smiles. Even in the programme she has slightly wet eyes. At no point does she break down and she doesn't seem to care whether people think she is guilty.
Then she had a machine to check the child's breathing in which she didn't use because ' it would beep all the time' so it was faulty, right? Not being funny but if two of my children had passed away I'd be making damn sure that the one piece of equipment given, that may prevent this from happening again (or anything like it) was on wherever possible and if it was faulty that it be replaced immediately.
Then there's the fire which I honestly think she started with the intention of killing them all but for whatever reason decided against it...maybe she realised it would come back on her. It could work in her favour I guess if anyone ver accused her of all of the four, in that she had the perfect chance to kill them all when the fire broke out.
Such a shame you can't convict on assumption alone. Sorry I kinda got into this a bit too much xD
The perfect crime because no evidence. A rational mind would be able to follow the argument that suffocation produces no evidence and that is the evidence, the absence of it.