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In the finale of the Max Original limited series Love & Death (on which Texas Monthly is an executive producer), viewers finally see the bloody axe killing at the heart of the Candy Montgomery case. While everybody watching knew the scene was coming (it had been teased for six episodes), it was still absolutely terrifying—the ferociousness of Candy’s attack was shocking, her savagery beyond doubt.So (spoiler alert) how in the world did the jury find her not guilty of murder? To understand the acquittal, you have to go back a couple of episodes, to a scene in a dark doctor’s office. Candy, played by Elizabeth Olsen, sits in the office of psychiatrist Fred Fason (Brian d’Arcy James), and closes her eyes. She’d agreed to be…
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