False confession. Fake evidence. It became one of the most controversial crime stories in recent Nebraska history. NET News investigated the case and shares the story in this fascinating documentary. In 2006 a shotgun-toting killer murdered a respected farm couple in their Murdock, Nebraska home. Before it was over, two innocent men spent nearly a year in jail, the real killers were caught on a lucky break, a crime scene investigator was put on trial for planting evidence, and a family was left confused and divided over how it all could have happened. Investigative journalist Bill Kelly of NET News spent a year attending trials, interviewing key participants, and reviewing thousands of pages of documents. His research unveils a case that put police procedure out in public and on trial. Its also the story of how creative work by a crime scene investigator followed one key piece of evidence . . . a single gold ring . . . that revealed the identities of two killers on the verge of getting away with murder.