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Lies in the Netflix series?

My opinion

Jens Soering

Executive Resilience Coach

The Netflix series — My opinion

In 2023 Netflix released a series on the Haysom murder case. What a bitter disappointment! I spent 33 years in prison for a crime I didn’t commit. After my release, I wanted my story to be told truthfully. Obviously, I trusted the wrong people.
 

That’s too bad for you, because you’re not really going to learn what happened back then from the Netflix series. Many proven facts aren’t even mentioned, and other things are — in my opinion — completely misrepresented.

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Local TV reveals mistakes in Netflix series

I’m not the only one who sees major factual mistakes in the Netflix series. Three weeks after its release, local TV station WSET ABC13 broadcast a two-part series revealing some of the worst errors Netflix made. Each of the two segments is about 7 minutes long. On its YouTube channel, WSET also released a one-hour interview with me.

Part 1:

Part 2:

One-hour Interview

Elizabeth’s confession on tape — missing!

To give you just one example of what Netflix left out of its series: Did you know that Elizabeth confessed to the crime? On tape! I’ve linked the audio recording below, so you can listen to it yourself.

 

“I did it myself. … I got off on it.” That’s what Elizabeth told the police during an interrogation on June 8, 1986.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of course, I gave all of this information to Netflix, but apparently the filmmakers didn’t think you should know about Elizabeth’s confession. Why?

 

I’m particularly upset by the end of the series. Here, several people make what I believe are factually incorrect statements: about the DNA tests, the sock print, and the idea that Elizabeth and I could have committed the crime together

Four corrections — with evidence!

If you’re interested in the truth, please review the following documents:

My YouTube Channel

If you’re interested in detailed videos about different aspects of the crime, including case documents linked in the video descriptions, please visit my YouTube channel.

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