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The disturbing story behind the murder of a child in Palmdale in twenty thirteen is debuting on Netflix the trials of Gabriel Fernandez is being described as difficult to watch not just from the perspective of the facts of the story the child abuse at the hands of the boy's mom and step dad the child protective system that failed to protect him but the structure of the documentary itself is being questioned the case is spread over six parts which some true crime watchers say has become the problem with the genre trying to come up with content to fill a series the documentary which airs tonight comes with a disclaimer regarding the disturbing details of the torture Fernandes went through but filmmakers say those details are