A popular, gentle suburban single mother, whom friends and family said didn’t have an enemy in the world, was the victim of several bizarre incidents of vandalism before she was brutally murdered in her own home.
It was Fathers Day, 2005. Robert Farquharson had just spent the day with his three sons, on an access visit. While returning them to their mother, his car veered off the road, and plunged into an icy dam.
When Marie Greening Zidan’s handbag was stolen by two boys, she called the police. She couldn’t get to the station to report it, it was a Saturday, and the 73-year-old was caring for her disabled adult son.