The investigation is now resuming and with renewed attention the issues of racial injustice inherent in the case are coming to the fore.
The new season of the hit Netflix hit series "Mindhunter" came to an end on August 16, and this year, the series finds FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Trench (Holt McCullney) committing killings of children in Atlanta that unfolded between 1979 and 1981, with 28 African Americans slaughtered in Georgia. No one has ever been charged with murder.
According to a new feature in the Los Angeles Times, Netflix has confirmed that the Mindhunter team did not consult the families of the victims of the killings, two of whom are prominent during the season – Camille Bell, the mother of nine-year-old mother Yusuf Bell, who was found dead in 1979, and Venus Taylor, the mother of 12-year-old Angel Lenaire, who was found dead in 1980. The investigation is now resuming and new attention is being paid to the racial injustices inherent in the case. plan.
"As you know, serial killers rarely cross racial lines, so if you have a lot of young black guys being kidnapped and killed, chances are you are looking for a black killer or murderers," McCallany told L.A. Times. "But because of the racially charged history of this part of our country, there were many who did not want to believe this and wanted to believe that the crimes were racially motivated. … They were very hesitant to accept the idea that we were looking for a black perpetrator. "
The murders were also recently revisited in the obligatory podcast "The Atlantic Monster," which in its second season focuses on the still unsolved killings in the zodiac, made even more famous by the director / executive producer of "Mindhunter" David Fincher 2007 film.
Among the wise psychopaths that Holden and Bill refer to this season are Charles Manson (Damon Heriman, who also embodies the cult killer in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Quentin Tarantino) and New York serial killer David Berkovitz still as Sam's son, played by Oliver Cooper. Also returning for the series, based on the book by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker, is Anna Torve as Wendy Carr's professor of psychology, who assists Holden and Bill in their investigations into criminal behavior. The new cast is Albert Jones as the black FBI agent who serves as the Atlanta liaison.