More bizarre ramblings from convicted child killer Diane Downs at her parole hearing. She tried to explain her behavior as searching for the truth into who shot her children. She says “I took my wounded children to the hospital to get help. Not because I wanted them dead, but because I wanted them alive.” Downs again denied involvement and weaved conspiracy theories about the "real killer". Doug Welch was the original detective in the 1983 case. Welch says Downs should remain in prison for life for shooting her children in cold blood. The Parole Board took less than half an hour to deny her parole and also extended her next hearing for another ten years saying she lacks remorse and remains a danger to society.