Mortal Thoughts, part I: Unreserved Admissions of Guilt

As shown previously in the post responding to Sheriff Harding's report, Jens Soering's later account of the Haysom murders was essentially plotted and manufactured during his extended detention in England, prior to extradition to Virginia at the beginning of 1990: "... I wrote a document entitled "Legal Notes and Arguments" between 1987 and 1989. Over … Continue reading Mortal Thoughts, part I: Unreserved Admissions of Guilt

A Response to the Report of Sheriff J. E. “Chip” Harding

In some respects the Harding report can perhaps be seen as a successor to the 2012 report to the Virginia Parole Board by PI David Watson, which was a similar farrago of error, inaccuracy, speculation and misrepresentation. Nevertheless, although an overtly partisan piece of work, Watson's report was still duly cautious in places and at … Continue reading A Response to the Report of Sheriff J. E. “Chip” Harding