Nach dem wegen Doppelmordes verurteilten Deutschen Jens Söring ist nun auch seine einstige Freundin, Elizabeth Haysom, aus den USA. Elizabeth Roxanne Haysom ist eine kanadische Staatsbürgerin, die im Oktober wegen Beihilfe zum Mord an ihren Eltern Derek und Nancy Haysom in Bedford County, Virginia zu einer insgesamt jährigen Freiheitsstrafe verurteilt und auf. There is no evidence of anyone else in the Haysom home at the time of the killings. Not Elizabeth, not “Jim Farmer”, not “Ned B.”, not the two.
Elizabeth Haysom abgeschoben: Jens Sörings Freundin darf nach KanadaDoppelmörder Jens Söring, auch seine angebliche Komplizin durfte das Gefängnis in Amerika verlassen. Doch wo Elizabeth Haysom steckt. There is no evidence of anyone else in the Haysom home at the time of the killings. Not Elizabeth, not “Jim Farmer”, not “Ned B.”, not the two. Elizabeth Roxanne Haysom ist eine kanadische Staatsbürgerin, die im Oktober wegen Beihilfe zum Mord an ihren Eltern Derek und Nancy Haysom in Bedford County, Virginia zu einer insgesamt jährigen Freiheitsstrafe verurteilt und auf.
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It was there she met her year-old boyfriend Jens Söring, the son of a German diplomat and a Jefferson Scholar at the university. On the morning of April 3rd, , when Söring was 18 and Haysom was 20, the bodies of Derek and Nancy Haysom were discovered.
They had been slashed and stabbed to death in their home in the then unincorporated hamlet of Boonsboro in Bedford County, Virginia. The couple's bodies were not discovered until days after the murder.
During the timeline of the murder, Haysom had rented a car. She and Jens drove to Washington, D. Haysom and Söring were not initially suspects in the Haysoms' murders.
In , instead of going to trial, then year-old Haysom pleaded guilty to two counts of accessory to murder before the fact, and was sentenced to 90 years in prison — one year sentence for each murder, to be served consecutively.
Haysom became eligible for parole in , resubmitting a parole request every three years thereafter. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on parole in November of She was deported to her home country of Canada.
Under mandatory parole, Haysom was required to be released no later than , 45 years after her conviction. Killing for Love , a feature documentary film, premiered at the Munich International Film Festival and was released theatrically in October Haysom was sentenced to 90 years in jail, but was released on parole in November of While Soering has several supporters, Gardner, the original investigator, continues to believe he is guilty.
But Soering and those fighting to clear his name say the strongest proof of his innocence is evidence that has only recently come to light: experts on his team say DNA shows the presence of two men other than Soering at the crime scene, which Soering mentioned in his recent petition for pardon.
That has convinced Jason Flom and others that Haysom is the real killer and that she had accomplices. And now the DNA backs that up," Flom said.
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Soering initially confessed the killings but later recanted, saying he was covering for his girlfriend, Elizabeth Haysom.
She also was granted parole Monday. She had been serving a year sentence after pleading guilty to being an accessory to murder and testifying against Soering at is trial.
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For the last couple of months I have been participating in a victim impact group. The group has been both difficult and illuminating. I was stunned to learn that victims and co-victims of violent crimes have so few rights or safeguards under the law.
Instead, the American judicial system is geared to protect the accused, which is, of course, essential, since too many innocent people are wrongly convicted and incarcerated.
But with the weight of protection directed towards the accused, victims are treated with ambivalence. They have far fewer protections in the legal gamesmanship of the system.
Instead of being allowed to grieve or be angry, they have had to contend with an onslaught of public statements, interviews, articles, books, lawyers, film-makers — the full panoply of the true crime entertainment industry — as well as grotesque legal machinations stomping through their lives, their pain, their privacy.
And for more than 30 years. Consequently, my nieces and nephews have had to grow up in the shadow of this relentless attention. Surely we can agree that compounding the suffering of victims never serves justice?
Nor, mind you, has this intrusive barrage served the truth, but has abetted the evolution of a lie. As a guilty party, perhaps I am fair game, little different from a woman placed in the stocks in a medieval market square.
Nevertheless, in his distorted history, with its needless additional ugliness and salacious mendacity, Jens paints a self-portrait. He has shown himself to be above nothing in the ruthless pursuit of his own ends.
Through the years, I have witnessed the overturning of several cases where innocence was established beyond doubt or the investigation was found to be thoroughly corrupt.
In none of them did anyone resort to blaming or accusing innocent bystanders, especially when those people were no longer alive and therefore unable to defend themselves.
If we were to examine who those wrongly convicted people were, we would learn that they were mainly uneducated, or mentally ill, or from a minority group.
The system best protects those who are able to marshal and command an array of resources. My own experience with the police was that even though, at first, I refused to co-operate, refused to comment or answer questions, they never failed to abide by the letter and spirit of the law.
Nobody bullied me. Certainly the police were frustrated and tried to persuade me to answer, but then gave up and returned me to my cell.