Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Soering

10 Söring Myths, Part 7: The Mysterious Murder Weapon

Welcome to Part 7 in my little series of Ten Söring Myths. These are posts are intended as a teaser for a very long article (over 15,000 words) which will shortly appear in German in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The article discusses a 454-page report authored by retired Scotland Yard detective Terry Wright, which exhaustively… Continue reading 10 Söring Myths, Part 7: The Mysterious Murder Weapon

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Soering

10 Söring Myths Part 6: The Bloody Car

Welcome to Part 6 in my little series of Ten Söring Myths. These are intended as a teaser for a very long article (over 15,000 words) which will shortly appear in German in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The article discusses a 454-page report authored by retired Scotland Yard detective Terry Wright, which exhaustively analyzes claims… Continue reading 10 Söring Myths Part 6: The Bloody Car

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Soering

10 Söring Myths Part 5: The Deadly Drifters

Welcome to Part 5 in my little series of Ten Söring Myths. These are intended as a teaser for a very long article (over 15,000 words) which will shortly appear in German in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The article discusses a 454-page report authored by retired Scotland Yard detective Terry Wright, which exhaustively analyzes claims… Continue reading 10 Söring Myths Part 5: The Deadly Drifters

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Soering

10 Söring Myths, Part 4: The FBI Profile

Welcome to Part 4 in my little series of Ten Söring Myths. These are intended as a teaser for a very long article (over 15,000 words) which will shortly appear in German in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The article discusses a 454-page report authored by retired Scotland Yard detective Terry Wright, which exhaustively analyzes claims… Continue reading 10 Söring Myths, Part 4: The FBI Profile

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Self-Promotion, Soering

A New Report about the Söring Case

Jens Söring returned home to Germany on December 17. He was greeted by a throng of reporters and supporters at the airport at Frankfurt am Main. He gave a very short statement thanking his supporters and stating that, for the time being, he wanted to focus on adjusting to life in freedom in Germany. I… Continue reading A New Report about the Söring Case