Many viewers of the new Netflix True Crime Doc ‘Night Stalker’ feel that the series goes too far –


Night Stalker viewers think Netflix documents go too far

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Many of the new Netflix viewers watched the crime documentary Night hunter The serial killer seems to think of Richard Ramirez with the series going too far and with the exploitation of many of Ramirez’s victims.

The four-part series was bound to include a good deal of graphic images based on subject matter only. Ramirez was eventually convicted of 13 counts of murder, five counts of murder, 11 counts of sexual assault and 14 counts of theft. Their victims ranged from small children to octagonal. He attacked them with everything but a gun, gun, knife, throat, a matchbox, a tire iron, a hammer and a kitchen sink using his hands.

Ramirez, who claimed to be a Satanist, was completely ruthless in his attacks and was eventually sentenced to 19 death sentences.

However, the new Netflix documentary, while riveting (I’ve seen it) appears to show pictures of the crime scene of Ramirez’s victims with a bare minimum of censorship – something that many viewers believe goes too far and dead Shows little sympathy for. .

They are not wrong. However, this is not too surprising given the nature of Ramirez’s crimes.

In an interview (below) discussing the making of the documentary series, director Tiller Russell discusses how he tried to glorify Richard Ramirez or his crimes.

Interestingly, the way Russell says he did not try to convince Ramirez, he was not even revealing his name until police discover his identity.

[Possible spoilers below. Perfect to watch after you’ve gotten through the entire four-part series.]

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