A SHOCKING TV documentary is to be aired later this month into the tragic death of an Accrington family murdered by dad Mohammed Riaz.
Caneze Riaz, 39, was killed in a blaze at her Tremellen Street home along with daughters Sayrah, 16, Sophia, 13, Alicia, 10, and three-year-old Hannah.
Her husband, Mohammed, 49, started the blaze and was also killed.
The BBC3 programme features an in-depth interview with Caneze's brother Barry Khanan who decided to be interviewed to let the public know what really happened on the night his family were wiped out by a "coward".
Caneze's mum June didn't take part in the documentary but was happy for Barry and his cousin Vicky Entwistle to be interviewed.
Barry, 39, who has since moved to Bolton and has seen a preview of the show, said: "It was really shocking watching the documentary, I was worried about what I might see.
"The film footage was taken just four days after the fire and shows the bathroom where the murderer was found. There is blood on the wall and we were relieved to see that he had suffered.
"Thankfully, Caneze and the girls didn't suffer any injuries or burns, they passed away peacefully in their sleep."
Despite the documentary focusing on honour killings, Barry is determined to tell the world there was no honour in the death of his family.
He added: "This was cold-blooded murder, an honour killing is a term given to it by the media. There was no honour in the death of my family whatsoever.
"He was a coward and left his dying son without his mother and sisters when he needed them most."
Caneze's son Adam, 17, died from cancer weeks after attending his family's funeral.
Caneze's colleagues are also interviewed as part of the documentary.
Barry added: "There are still ignorant people who think the man who killed my family is innocent, so hopefully now they will face up to it rather than hiding away from what is actually happening in reality."