This post deals with domestic violence and might be triggering for some readers.
On June 25, 2017, a woman called Natasha Beth Darcy was standing on the sideline of a rugby game.
Just before she used the camera on her phone to film the match, she had a query to type into google.
“How to commit murder.”
Around the same time, she had another question: "Can police see websites you visit?"
About five weeks later, on August 2, 2017, Darcy rang triple zero at 2am. She explained she had found her partner of three years, sheep farmer Mathew Dunbar, unresponsive in bed.
In a bizarre coincidence, one of the first responders to the scene was Darcy’s ex-husband, Colin Crossman, who worked as a paramedic.
In 2009, Darcy struck Mr Crossman on the head with a hammer as he slept and days later sedated him, before burning down their house as he slept.
Darcy served time in jail for the crime.
Less than a decade later, her estranged husband was trying to save her new partner’s life.
When paramedics arrived, they declared Mr Dunbar dead. But Darcy “screamed” at them to keep doing CPR.
According to Darcy, her partner had died by suicide. She alleged he had spoken about suicide to her before, specifically after receiving bad news from a specialist about a leg injury and telling her she would be better off without him.