A TV DOCUMENTARY will be shown later this year about the murder of the Riaz family who died in a fire at their Accrington home.
And Barry Khanan, brother of Caneze Riaz, who died alongside her four daughters in the Tremellen Street blaze started by her jealous husband Mohammed in November 2006, hopes it will give people the full facts.
He said: "The documentary is called ‘Killer in the Family’ and it looks at the events of 1 November and everything leading up to the fire.
"It has been nearly three years since the fire and there are still people who don’t think he did it.
"We hope this will finally dispel some of the myths surrounding the fire and give people the full facts." The documentary, expected to air in the autumn, follows on the heels of Honour Kills, which was screened in 2007.
Caneze, 39, and her daughters Sayrah, 16, Sophia, 13, Alicia, 10 and Hannah, three, were all killed in the blaze.
An inquest found they were killed by Caneze’s husband Mohammed Riaz, 49, who started the fire using petrol after being unable to accept their westernised ways. He also suffered horrific burns and died in hospital.
Caneze’s son Adam Riaz, 17, died from leukaemia at the Christie Hospital, Manchester, just weeks after the fire.
Barry and his devastated mother June Khanan have moved away from Accrington in an attempt to rebuild their lives.
They received joy last year when Barry’s girlfriend Vicky Entwistle, 30, gave birth to a bouncing baby girl just one day after the second anniversary of the devastating blaze.
They decided to call her Sascha – which stands for Sayrah, Adam, Sophia, Caneze, Hannah and Alicia.