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'Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,' Netflix streams limited series

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MILWAUKEE - Stories of Jeffrey Dahmer, Milwaukee's most notorious serial killer are coming to Netflix. The first of two different series is now streaming.Dahmer was convicted for the horrific murder and dismemberment of 17 boys and men.

His crimes also included cannibalism. "The documentary pulls from a number of different sources I was one of those sources," said Anne Schwartz, who knows the case forward and backward.

She has written a book about it. "People still can’t believe he did this in Milwaukee.""Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" on Netflix Schwartz was the first reporter to break the Dahmer story. "A lot of people feel like there has been enough exposure and coverage of this story.

I think we always have lessons to learn," Schwartz said.According to Netflix. the series streaming now tells the Dahmer story through the perspective of victims – and touches on police incompetency that allowed Dahmer to go on a killing spree.Schwartz said the limited series by Ryan Murphy takes creative freedom.SIGN UP TODAY: Get daily headlines, breaking news emails from FOX6 News "I vociferously disagree that it was police incompetence in any way that allowed Dahmer to keep killing, This was a serial killer, a manipulator, a master manipulator," Schwartz said.Anne Schwartz "He was just a customer; he would come in here a couple times a month," said Stephen Banach, owner of the Fish Factory.Banach remembers Dahmer as a fish enthusiast.

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