Yes, and I'd add that such was the emotion involved with the case it was difficult for Heron to get a fair trail. Wasn't his solicitor's shop firebombed? And, Heron wasn't there to defend himself. I would have thought that whoever brutally murdered that little girl, considering the ferocity of the attack, there was a lot of rage involved in that; had either killed before or has killed since. I think we would have heard since of Heron had he been guilty.