Jeffrey Dahmer Crime Reporter on What Netflix Series Got Wrong

Jeffrey dahmer crime reporter on what netflix series got wrong

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Anne E. Schwartz, a crime reporter at the time of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s arrest, opens up about Netflix’s ‘Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.’ She clarifies what happened during her experience and explains what the series didn’t get right.

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