Netflix: Confession Tapes – Real life stories about the wrongfully convicted

There’s something about United States of America. List of wrongful convictions is huge! After binge watching Making a Murderer got interested in similar stories. Lately, Confession Tapes has been added to Netflix. I’m hooked.

First two episodes follow a case of triple homicide, where Atif Rafay’s mother, father and sister are killed and Atif and his friends are blaimed for it. It’s outrageous how the police try manipulate to extract confession. I’ve seen this before.

Watch it and tell me what you think!

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Roni Laukkarinen

Roni Laukkarinen

Editor-in-chief and owner of Geeky Lifestyle blog. Truly a jack of all trades, a Swiss knife; an avid tech and multimedia geek, coder, owner of a digital agency company, sysadmin, music enthusiast, artist and film critic.

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