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PODCAST | The Inge Lotz Story: A Miscarriage of Justice | Episode 5 - The confession

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In this episode we investigate who Werner Carolus was and why his claims of involvement in the murder were ultimately rejected.
In this episode we investigate who Werner Carolus was and why his claims of involvement in the murder were ultimately rejected.

Werner Carolus told police that he had been involved in the murder of 22-year-old Inge Lotz on 16 March 2005.

At the time, he was a known drug user with a lengthy criminal record.

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