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Recounting the murders of a middle-aged couple and the subsequent trial of their daughter's boyfriend, who still claims his innocence 30 years after being convicted.

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Now 30 years in prison, Jens is still petitioning for his release and claiming his innocence; Elizabeth breaks a 20 year silence to keep him in prison.
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Jens' murder trial takes a dramatic turn when Elizabeth takes the witness stand and paints him as an obsessive lover fulfilling her desire for her parents' death.
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Jens struggles to win sympathy in his trial for the murder of Elizabeth's parents as his defense team attempts to overcome the damage done by Jens' original confession.
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Feeling betrayed by Elizabeth, teenage Jens is returned to the United States to stand trial for the murder of her parents; Jen's confessed account of the knife attack that killed the Haysoms is re-enacted in court.
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Crisscrossing Asia and Europe Elizabeth and Jens are eventually arrested in London, where Jens confesses to the murder in what he later claims was an act of love.
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Three months into a passionate love affair, Elizabeth Haysom's parents are brutally murdered in their Virginia home and she flees with her boyfriend, Jens Söring.

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