Mindhunter Staffel 3: Besetzung aus Verträgen entlassen, Zukunft der Netflix-Serie im Zweifel

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Gedankenjäger wurde bei Netflix auf „unbestimmte Dauer“ gesetzt und die Darsteller Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany und Anna Torv wurden aus ihren jeweiligen Verträgen entlassen, was die Zukunft des beliebten True-Crime-Dramas ungewiss macht TV-Linie , Mindhunters potenzielle dritte Staffel wurde unterbrochen, um Regisseur David Fincher die Möglichkeit zu geben, sich auf mehrere andere Projekte in seinem hektischen Zeitplan zu konzentrieren, obwohl „er Mindhunter in Zukunft möglicherweise wieder besuchen wird“.  Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Netflix  Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Netflix 8 Bilder  Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Netflix  Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Netflix  Paul Bateson<br><br>
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Im Gegensatz zu den meisten Kriminellen in Mindhunter kann Paul Bateson tatsächlich ein Serienmörder sein oder auch nicht. Bateson wurde 1979 wegen Mordes an dem Journalisten Addison Verrill verurteilt. Bateson war auch in mehrere ungelöste Morde in Manhattan verwickelt. Aber während Bateson selbst die Morde (auch bei seiner Anhörung zum Urteil) für sich beanspruchte, war es  William Henry Hance<br><br>
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Die erste Staffel von Mindhunter folgte den FBI-Spezialagenten Holden Ford (Groff) und Bill Tench (McCallany), die zusammen mit der Psychologin Wendy Carr (Torv) die Grundlagen der Behavioral Science Unit des FBI entwickelten. Das Trio machte sich daran, einige der berüchtigtsten Serienmörder Amerikas zu interviewen, um ein tieferes Verständnis ihrer Psyche und Motivation zu erlangen, um bei der Lösung laufender Fälle zu helfen. 10 echte Serienmörder in Mindhunter: Staffel 2  Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr.<br><br>
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Elmer Wayne Henley liefert eine einzigartige Fallstudie für die Agenten der BSU in Staffel 2, als er's unknown whether he was telling the truth or was simply looking for attention or leverage with the prosecution.
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Bateson is also notable for having appeared in 1973's "The Exorcist," where he plays a radiographer who comforts Linda Blair's character Reagan during an invasive series of medical tests. He even struck up a friendship with director William Friedkin. Friedkin would later visit Bateson in prison and drew on that relationship when developing 1980's Cruising.
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Bateson was released on parole in 2003 and has since vanished entirely from the public eye. It's not even clear whether he's still alive. Friedkin believes Bateson may be living somewhere in upstate New York, but Social Security records suggest Bateson may have passed away in 2012. 11 Bilder  Edmund Kemper<br><br>
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Berkowitz's case inspired a series of "Son of Sam laws," which are designed to prevent criminals from profiting off their reputations (such as selling their stories to the press). 's Happy!
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William Henry Hance was a US Army soldier who killed several women in and around Fort Benning in 1978. The links between these killings were made apparent when Hance sent a letter on Army stationary to the local chief of police. Claiming to be written by a group of seven white men calling themselves the "Forces of Evil," Hance said he was holding a woman named Gail Jackson hostage and would kill her unless his demands were met. At first, the Forces of Evil demanded another killer known as the Stocking Stranger be brought to justice. A subsequent letter shifted to demanding a $10,000 ransom. In truth, Hance had already killed Jackson before sending the first letter.
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Hance was apprehended after an FBI profile indicated the letters were written by a single black man serving in the military, not a group of white men. Hance was arrested in September 1977 and admitted to killing three women. He was later connected to the murder of a fourth woman at  Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana, though he was never charged.
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Hance's conviction and 1994 execution remains a source of controversy. As his depiction in Mindhunter makes clear, Hance's letters to the police made little sense, and he showed clear signs of mental illness and diminished intellectual capacity. In addition, there have been accusations of racial bias in his sentencing jury, which included only one black juror. 's a criminal drawn into the act of killing by another, veteran serial killer. Henley participated in a gruesome series of killings called the Houston Mass Murders, in which at least 28 boys and young men were abducted and killed between 1970 and 1973. Both Henley and his friend, David Owen Brooks, helped lure victims at the behest of serial killer Dean Corll (also known as The Candyman).
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Henley himself finally ended Corll's killing spree in August 1973, shooting him before Corll could claim two more victims. Henley then called the police and confessed to his role in the Houston Mass Killings. Henley and Brooks were charged with six and four counts of murder, respectively, and both are still serving out life sentences. 's Barry.
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As the first serial killer interviewed by the agents of the BSU, it's only fitting that Ed Kemper make a return appearance in Mindhunter: Season 2. Kemper is also known as the "Co-Ed Killer," due to his habit of targeting students at co-ed schools. Kemper is also notable for his tall stature, high IQ and non-threatening demeanor, qualities which helped him carry out his crimes.
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Kemper's first victims were his own grandparents, whom he murdered at age 15. Kemper was diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenic and sentenced to a psychiatric hospital until age 21. Following his release, Kemper began a killing spree, kidnapping student hitchhikers, killing them and dismembering and violating their bodies. Kemper's killing spree ended in April 1973, when he murdered his mother and her friend and phoned the police to confess. Kemper actually requested the death penalty at his trial, but instead is serving out eight consecutive life sentences.
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Following his arrest, Kemper has participated in numerous interviews, including with FBI profiler John Douglas (the inspiration for Jonathan Groff's character Holden Ford). He also served as inspiration for the character Buffalo Bill in Thomas Harris' novel The Silence of the Lambs. Staffel zwei der Slow-Burn-Serie, letzten August veröffentlicht , fokussiert die Kindermorde in Atlanta von 1979-81 . Ford, Tench und Carr halfen den örtlichen Behörden, einen mysteriösen Mörder aufzuspüren, der für die Entführung und Ermordung von mehr als zwei Dutzend schwarzen Kindern in der Gegend von Atlanta verantwortlich war, während das erfahrene FBI-Team seine Arbeit fortsetzte, um inhaftierte Serienmörder zu profilieren, darunter Cameron Britton als Ed Kemper, Oliver Cooper als David Berkowitz und Damon Herriman als Charles Manson .

Im unser Rückblick auf die zweite Staffel , sagten wir, dass die Show „ein überzeugender und tadellos gedrehter Krimi“ blieb, da sie weiter auf den Grundlagen der ersten Staffel aufbaute und „faszinierende Einblicke in die Gedanken berüchtigter Serienmörder und der Männer und Frauen, die sie jagen, gewährte ihren Lebensunterhalt' trotz eines 'schleppenden Starts'.
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