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Killing for Love

(by Amanda Knox, Apple Podcasts, May/June/July 2019)
 

  1. Killing for Love. The Catalyst
    May 29, 2019
    In 1985, socialites Derek and Nancy Haysom were brutally murdered in their home in Lynchburg, Virginia. The suspects were two young lovers; the first, the victims’ own daughter, a beautiful and aloof young woman; the second, her boyfriend, the dorky son of a German diplomat.
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  2. Killing for Love: Two Crimes
    June 5, 2019
    The killing of Derek and Nancy Haysom was a brutal crime that happened in a single turbulent moment on March 30th, 1985.
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  3. Killing for Love: Martin Sheen - Life Lines
    June 5, 2019
    To date, Jens has exhausted all his appeals, he’s been denied parole 14 times, and now, his only hope of release rests with a pardon petition by the Governor of Virginia.
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  4. Killing for Love: The Confession
    June 12, 2019
    Fifteen months after the Haysoms’ murder, Jens Soering found himself in an interrogation room in England, confessing to a crime he didn’t commit. But who’s truly to blame for his continued.
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  5. Killing for Love: Big Crime, Small Town
    June 19, 2019
    When authorities convicted Jens Soering of double homicide, did investigators truly follow the evidence? Did the courts put justice first? And did the county give Jens the chance he deserved?
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  6. Killing for Love: The Black Box
    June 26, 2019
    Pivotal in the conviction of Jens Soering, Elizabeth Haysom remains silent about the truth of her parents’ murders. But strip away all of the lies and hyperbole surrounding her, and who is she really?
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  7. Killing for Love: Grinding Gears
    July 3, 2019
    Imprisoned by a justice system run by the flawed and fallible citizens it protects, what hope does Jens Soering have to be released? What political and psychological blocks are standing in his way?
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  8. Killing for Love: The Cost
    July 10, 2019
    How does a wrongful conviction change a person, a society, a system? In the final episode of the season, Amanda looks at the cost paid by everyone involved in Jens’s wrongful conviction.
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    About

    Jens Soering is a German author who spent more than 33 years in American and British prisons for a double-murder he did not commit.

    In 2016 DNA tests revealed that blood at the crime scene, which had once been attributed to him, actually belonged to two other men.

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