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Families of Jeffrey Dahmer’s victims outraged by Netflix’s serial killer series

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The new series follows the story of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who committed seventeen cruel killings between 1978 and 1991. Its victims were exclusively young men and boys. The production is very realistic and presents both flashbacks of the crimes and scenes from the court battle. The director is Ryan Murphy, who is known, among others from “American Horror Story”. After the series premiere, one of the relatives of Dahmer’s victim spoke on the web.

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One of the victims’ family accuses Netfliks of earning money from their trauma

The series recreates the statement of Rita Isbell, who is the sister of Errol Lindsey, whom Dahmer brutally murdered in 1991. Her cousin Eric Perry commented disapprovingly on Twitter about creating another true crime series about a serial killer:

I don’t tell anyone what to watch, I know true crime is a big deal, but if you’re really into the victims, my family (the Izbells) are furious about the show’s inception. This is a repetition of trauma, and what for? How many movies / programs / documents do we need?

Perry was most outraged by the reenactment of the scene from the trial where Rita went berserk and wanted to attack Jeffrey Dahmer. “Summoning as realistic a nervous breakdown as Rita had in a court of law looking at the man who tortured and killed her brother is sick.”

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Eric Perry noted that the producers of true crime series do not have to contact the families of the victims. This was the case here – none of the show’s creators made contact with the Lindsey family, which, according to Perry, is a contradiction of Netflix’s assurances that “Dahmer – The Monster: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer” was made with respect to the memory of the victims. “My cousins ​​wake up every few months reading the news that there are more Dahmer shows being made. It’s cruel.”

However, this is not the end of new productions about the “Milwaukee cannibal”. Netflix has announced a three-episode documentary series “Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes,” in which Dahmer recounts his gruesome crimes. The premiere is scheduled for October.

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Source: Gazeta

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