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How did 'Milwaukee Cannibal' Jeffrey Dahmer die and what happened to his killer?
Netflix has released its latest miniseries, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, inspired by the harrowing true story.Jeffrey Dahmer has gone down as one of the most shocking serial killer cases in American history.Also known as the ‘Milwaukee Cannibal’ or the ‘Milwaukee Monster’, he was responsible for the murder of 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991.In 1992, he was finally sentenced for his inhuman crimes, receiving 15 terms of life imprisonment, with another life term added at a later date.Ultimately, he only served two years as in 1994 he was beaten to death by a fellow inmate.At the age of 32 in 1992, Dahmer was sentenced to life imprisonment and was locked behind bars at Columbia Correctional Institution in Wisconsin.There he served out his sentence for two years, until the morning of November 28, 1994.On that day, Dahmer was assigned his usual work details with two other inmates, one of whom was Christopher Scarver and the other Jesse Anderson.They were escorted to their duties, which included cleaning the toilets.Once at the toilet block, the three inmates were left unsupervised in the shower area for around 20 minutes.At around 8.10am, Dahmer was found on the floor of the showers after having suffered from severe head trauma.Scarver had smuggled a bar into the showers, one he had taken from the gym.He concealed it in his trousers and proceeded to beat Dahmer with it when left alone.Dahmer initially survived the beating but died in hospital just an hour after he arrived due to the massive skull and facial fractures.Scarver also attacked Anderson, who died two days later in hospital due to similar injuries.Scarver managed to make it back to the gym to replace the bar and return to his cell after, without
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Kevin Smith says his film ‘Dogma’ is being held “hostage” by Harvey Weinstein
Kevin Smith has said that his film Dogma is being held “hostage” by Harvey Weinstein.In a recent interview with TheWrap, the Clerks III director offered an explanation as to why his 1999 religious satire, starring Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, isn’t available to stream or buy anywhere.“In order to tell the story unfortunately, I’m gonna have to say the name that nobody wants to hear anymore. But of course, Harvey Weinstein figures into the story,” Smith said.The film was released theatrically by Lionsgate, with Columbia/TriaStar receiving the home video rights for a limited time, “but then the rights lapsed,” said Smith.He went on to explain how, roughly a decade later, he received a call from Weinstein “out of the blue” about a potential Dogma sequel or TV series.However, Smith’s excitement was short lived after learning from Miramax executive John Gordon that Weinstein may have had an ulterior motive.According to Smith, Gordon allegedly said that Weinstein was “calling everyone because he knew the story [about the rape allegations against him] was coming, and wanted to find out who spoke [to The New York Times].Smith went to explain how, after learning that Weinstein was trying to sell the rights to the film for $5million (£4.4 million), he and his lawyers tried to buy it back, “which we felt very dirty about because we didn’t want to give him money,” he said.However, Weinstein apparently “scoffed” at his various offers.