I Am Jane Doe 2017
I am Jane Doe
I am Jane Doe is a documentary that documents the legal battle several American mothers are fighting for their middle-school daughters, who were trafficked on Backpage.com to sell sex. The classified advertising site was once owned by the Village Voice. The film’s narration is by Jessica Chastain. It was directed by Mary Mazzio and produced by Mazzio with Alec Sokolow. 50 percent of the film’s proceeds will be donated to non-profit organizations that serve victims of human trafficking.
A man washed up on Euclid Beach found the victim’s upper body. The site of the discovery was near the spot where ” Lady of the Lake was discovered September 6, 1934. Her lower torso, which was much closer to Cuyahoga River’s mouth, was found two months later on East 30th Street. She was never found with her arms, legs and head. It is not known if she was deposited at Kingsbury Run or if she was swept from the Cuyahoga River to Lake Erie.
Jane Doe #1 is the victim. She is also known as Victim #7 of the Cleveland Torso Murderer. The murder and dismemberment, between 1935 and 1938, of 12 transients and hobos was the responsibility of the Cleveland Torso Morderer. Only two of these victims were ever identified. Investigators believe that there may be additional victims. Investigators believe there are additional victims. Although they had many suspects, Dr. Francis E. Sweeney and Frank Dolezal, none of them were ever charged or convicted.
“Jane Doe I” is buried at Highland Park Cemetery, Highland Park, Ohio. ฉันคือเจน โด