It is always worth taking time to look back through some of Jens Soering's numerous handwritten letters. What they reveal, among many things, are examples of racial prejudice and extreme language of a kind commonly found among those on the far right of the political spectrum. More specifically, he once again portrays black people as … Continue reading More Inflammatory Racial Comments…
At some point in the future the case of Jens Soering is likely to be perfect material for a psychology graduate student's PhD thesis on credulity and collective amnesia. From a starting position of the utmost implausibility it has been quite remarkable to watch Soering's dishonest campaign of innocence gather disciples over time, and it's … Continue reading Bill Sizemore: Standing up for Justice and Truth?
A few people have been in touch to ask for a response to Sheriff Harding and his little gang's recent press extravaganza on 8 April 2018, and the – gasp! - eventual confirmation that some form of suspect profile relating to the Haysom murders had been created. This time former FBI agent Stanley Lapekas had … Continue reading The Profile and the Press Conference
Mathias Schroeder has already been mentioned on this site. His letters of 2005 and 2008 were quoted from at length in the earlier guest post by pgb38. It need only be said, therefore, that Mathias is a German citizen who was for some weeks imprisoned with Jens Soering at a young offenders' institution in England … Continue reading Statement of Mathias Schroeder to the Virginia Parole Board
As promised some weeks ago, it's now time to return to Mortal Thoughts and examine further examples of Jens Soering's relentless catalogue of lies. Truly, it is the gift that keeps on giving. Unlike parts I and II there is no specific theme here. This is more in the nature of a mopping up operation … Continue reading Mortal Thoughts, part III: Continuing Lies
This is another document not found on the Soering website, nor ever likely to be. Posted below is the unpublished 30 June 2000 judgment of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the case of Jens Soering v George Deeds (Prison Warden). For the information of non-American readers, the U.S. Court … Continue reading Unpublished Decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals
Posted below is a PDF document containing the full 43-page transcript of Jens Soering's interview with the German prosecutor from Bonn, Herr Koenig. This took place in the presence of his defence counsel, Dr Frieser, on 30 December 1986 at Chelmsford prison in Essex, England. It was conducted in German and subsequently translated into English. … Continue reading Transcript of Jens Soering’s Interview with the German Prosecutor, 30 December 1986