Todd Willingham Term Paper:The paper should be between 3-5 pages in length (MLA or APA style), double spaced, cover page and bibliography does not count towards your pages.Link: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/death-by-fire/ (Links to an external site.)In the paper you will be responsible for answering the following questions in an academic paper:Guilty/ Not-guilty: Your paper will address your opinion with the all facts presented (totality of circumstance) during the documentary on the position of guilty or not-guilty. When giving your opinion, respond with evidence that supports your answer.Evidence (experts): The evidence should be supported from material in your textbook and presentation of evidence during the trial by experts for the prosecution and defense (which expert was more believable).Fire Science/ Scene Evidence (fire patterns)/ Samples: Utilize your textbook to discuss the scene documentation, evidence and samples taken. Was a complete investigation of the scene completed? Was the Scientific Method used during the scene examination?Trial (fair trial?) Write about the trial, was it a fair trial or were the juror members tainted by opinions made prior to the trial.Witnesses: Also give an opinion on the witnesses (firefighter, fire chief, police officer/ detective, civilians and family members).