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The Netflix series about the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer has been criticized for days. Now the relatives of a victim speak up and shares their view of the controversial project. © Netflix New allegations against Jeffrey Dahmer series denounce Netflix: "This is just greed"
since last week has been Dahmer-Monster: The story of Jeffrey Dahmer in the streaming offer from Netflix. As the title already suggests, it is a film adaptation of Jeffrey Dahmer's life, which is said to have killed 17 people. 16 murders could be proven in court.
While the Dahmer series conquered the Netflix charts, criticism is hailing: The streaming service indicates the tragic events from . After various voices have already become loud in the past few days, Rita Isbell is now speaking, whose brother Errol was murdered by Jeffrey Dahmer at the age of 19.
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Rita Isbell criticizes the Jeffrey Dahmer series from Netflix
in court, Isbell testified against Dahmer. This statement was followed up in detail in the Netflix series. Isbell saw the corresponding episode. In an essay at insider, she writes about the unpleasant memories and accusations against Netflix. The streaming service benefits from your and the suffering of others.
Netflix should have asked if we have objections [when presenting certain events] or how we generally stand to implement history. You didn't ask me anything. You just did it.
also notices ISBELL has that many of the victims have children who should have included Netflix in the project and should have supported them financially.
If the series [the victims] were to help in any way, it would not feel so hard and careless. It is sad that [Netflix] only wants to make money with this tragedy. This is just greed.
True Crime series have been very successful for years. However, such a detailed discourse on the moral and ethical questions of the genre, as it takes place in the Dahmer series, has not existed for a long time.
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© platform provided by Le Parisien between 1978 and 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer killed seventeen people. The "Dahmer" series looks at its crimes from the point of view of the victims. Netflix "Dahmer" is a Netflix series, devoted to the life of an American serial killer, which should be at the heart of all Halloween evenings in the coming days. Except that the planetary success of this realistic and shivering series does not please everyone.