I've often been asked the following question: Could the State of Virginia file a motion to seize Jens Söring's book advance and royalties and the fees for his story rights from Netflix, assuming they exist? That's a very interesting question. What follows is a detailed presentation of my opinions about the legal situation, subject to… Continue reading Can Virginia Seize Söring’s Book and Netflix Proceeds?
Code of Virginia, § 19.2-368.20. Special order of escrow. A. Any proceeds or profits received or to be received directly or indirectly, except property that may be forfeited to the Commonwealth pursuant to §§ 19.2-386.15 through 19.2-386.31, by a defendant or a transferee of that defendant from any source, as a direct or indirect result of his crime… Continue reading § 19.2-368.20. Special order of escrow – (Englisch/Deutsch)
People often ask me whether I think Jens Söring is dangerous. I should say here that I've never met Söring. What follows is based on my study of his case and his personality, based on what he and other folks have said. And I'm no psychiatrist! But it's something I've given some thought to, since… Continue reading Is Jens Söring Dangerous? A Pro and Contra
Gentle readers, I have something I'd like your help with. It's pretty simple: I am looking for any public statement by Jens Söring, ever, in which he asks for the evidence in his case to be tested for DNA results. As most of you know, the state of Virginia, as part of a program (g)… Continue reading Bleg: Has Jens Söring Ever Asked for DNA Testing?
Allmystery (g) unearthed another gem from 2016, an 18-minute German-language promotional interview with Marcus Vetter, co-director of "Killing for Love", and the cinematographer on the movie, Georg Zengerling. The interview was conducted by a journalist named Deborah Ravell, as part of the series "Close to the Action". This was 2016, before anyone had taken a… Continue reading Marcus Vetter and Georg Zengerling in 2016: 18 Minutes, 16 Mistakes/Falsehoods