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Mugshot/YouTube Jeffrey Dahmer and Rita Isbell in a scene from the court video.

Rita Isbell was the victim’s sister whose angry and emotional eruption against serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in court has gone viral.

The dramatic moment at Dahmer’s sentencing hearing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was replicated in the new Netflix series on his crimes.

Isbell is the sister of Dahmer’s victim Errol Lindsey, 19.

Dahmer’s killings between 1978 and 1991 are getting renewed attention as a result of a new Netflix docudrama series. “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” started streaming on September 21, 2022. “Across more than a decade, 17 teen boys and young men were murdered by convicted killer Jeffrey Dahmer. How did he evade arrest for so long?” the Netflix site for the show asks. In the Netflix show, Isbell is played by actress DaShawn Barnes.

You can watch video of the real Isbell courtroom scene below, but be aware that it’s very emotional.

Here’s what you need to know:

Isbell Charged Toward Dahmer & Said, ‘Whatever Your Name Is Satan’ Play
Video rewind: Victim's kin erupts at Dahmer trialOn Nov. 28, 1994 the grisly saga surrounding convicted serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer ended.Thatâs the day a fellow inmate murdered Dahmer, who was serving 15 consecutive life sentences for killing 15 men. For more informaton please visit hlntv.com/video/2012/11/26/jeffrey-dahmer-murder-trial-testimony-death2012-12-04T18:28:20Z

The courtroom scene starts with Isbell giving a victim impact statement in court as Dahmer sits quietly at the defense table.

However, she lost control as she began shouting at the serial killer.

“My name is Rita Isbell and I’m the oldest sister of Errol Lindsey. Whatever your name is Satan. I’m mad,” Isbell said at Dahmer’s sentencing.

“This is how you act when you are out of control. I don’t ever want to see my mother have to go through this again. Never Jeffrey. Jeffrey. I hate you mother f*****. I hate you…”

An Associated Press article from 1992 quoted Isbell about the moment. That article says she also shouted, “I hate you, 3/8.”

“They all had to just sit there and hold it in,″ Isbell told AP of her other family members. ″What he saw out of me … is what Errol would have done. The only difference is, Errol would have leaped over that table.″

She told AP she wanted Dahmer ″to see what out of control is.″

According to a 1992 Associated Press article accessed through Newspapers.com, Dahmer said at the sentencing hearing, “I believe that only the Lord Jesus Christ can save me from my sins. I know that I will have to turn to God to help me get through each day.”

Lindsey Vanished From a Downtown Milwaukee Mallhttps://twitter.com/Missing51135347/status/1114873724296224768 According to a 1991 article in the Wisconsin State Journal Lindsey vanished “after a visit to the Grand Avenue Mall, a downtown shopping center.” He was identified by dental records. “I’m bitter. I’m angry and I’m scarred for life,” Lindsey’s brother Michael Eckwood told the State Journal. Time explained how Dahmer encountered Lindsey, a heterosexual, and “lured Lindsey to his apartment, where he drugged him, drilled a hole in his skull and poured hydrochloric acid into it.”

According to Dahmer, “Lindsey awoke after this experiment (which Dahmer had conceived in the hope of inducing a permanent, unresistant, submissive state), saying: ‘I have a headache. What time is it?'” Time reported.

“In response to this, Dahmer again drugged Lindsey, then strangled him. He decapitated Lindsey and retained his skull; he then flayed Lindsey’s body, placing the skin in a solution of cold water and salt for several weeks in the hope of permanently retaining it. Reluctantly, Dahmer disposed of Lindsey’s skin when he noted it had become too frayed and brittle.”

A Family Member Says the Isbells Are Upset by the Netflix Show

I’m not telling anyone what to watch, I know true crime media is huge rn, but if you’re actually curious about the victims, my family (the Isbell’s) are pissed about this show. It’s retraumatizing over and over again, and for what? How many movies/shows/documentaries do we need? https://t.co/CRQjXWAvjx

— eric. (@ericthulhu) September 22, 2022

However, a member of her family wrote on twitter that the renewed attention from the Netflix show has caused the family trauma.

“I’m not telling anyone what to watch, I know true crime media is huge rn, but if you’re actually curious about the victims, my family (the Isbell’s) are p***** about this show,” wrote

“It’s retraumatizing over and over again, and for what? How many movies/shows/documentaries do we need?”

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Major update in missing Derik and Laila Woodruff case – sister fears ‘conspiracist has put her sibling in danger’

FAMILY members of two young boys and a woman who vanished in June with her "conspiracy theorist" husband are concerned that they're in danger or already dead.

Police have been searching for the boys - ages 10 and seven - since they went missing this summer after their father Derik Woodruff allegedly took them out of Ohio against a court order during a custody battle.

Police have issued an alert for Laila Woodruff and two young children, who disappeared with Laila's husband Derik Woodruff 2This picture was taken before the June arrest, family members sayCredit: Facebook 2One of the missing boys in an undated pictureCredit: Facebook

Woodruff and the boys are believed to be with his current wife Laila Woodruff, police in Valley City, North Dakota, told The U.S. Sun in early August.

More than a month later, police still have no updates on any of their whereabouts.

The boys' mom Asheley Morton told The U.S. Sun that she's worried Derik might hurt her kids and Laila if the situation gets desperate.

"If he was close to being in trouble or if police closed in, I wouldn't put it past him to kill Laila and my boys," Morton said. "That's my worry.

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"And he would do it in a religious manner like I won't let the world hurt you and the only way to protect you is to kill you."

She and Laila's sister, Amanda Harris, claimed he's a religious fanatic whose views have morphed into the conspiracy theory called "The Great Reset."

It's a growing online conspiracy that claims a global elite is using the coronavirus pandemic to dismantle capitalism and enforce radical radical social change, according to visionofhumanity.org.

Morton said he's resourceful, can live off the grid and may be using other radical or religious groups to hide out, get shelter and food, and avoid detection.

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Fears became sheer panic for Harris and her family after Laila missed her daughter's birthday.

Harris said her sister would never intentionally leave her children behind and not call them.

"That's assuming they're still alive and in the United States. He has connections in Mexico. That's the concern. I don't know anything and I don't know where he could be or if my boys are OK."

Then Laila's daughter's birthday came and went on Tuesday without hearing from the missing woman.

"There were no calls, no texts, nothing. Silence. It hurts. It feels like a healing wound ripped open," Harris said.

Laila's landlord has emptied her apartment because she's been gone for so long.

"I fear she's either dead or pregnant, and she's being held against her will or manipulated," Harris said. "There's no world where my sister wouldn't have called her daughter in some fashion on her birthday."

POLICE'S INVOLVEMENT

Mansfield police filed a criminal case against Laila on August 4, according to court records, but it remains sealed.

Mansfield police told the boys' mom Asheley Morton that charges were sent to the Richland County, Ohio prosecutors' office for review on August 4.

It's unclear if charges were officially filed. Prosecutors didn't return The U.S. Sun's calls and emails for comment.

Mansfield police said in an email Thursday afternoon that "Mr Woodruff is listed in multiple reports in our records system when I conducted a search, some with charges filed," but it's unclear if he's been charged in connection with disappearances.

JUNE ARREST WHILE ON THE RUN

The saga goes back to June, when Derik, Laila, Asheley's two children and Laila's two children were wanted by police after they left Ohio.

They were arrested in North Dakota on outstanding warrants for custodial interference.

Laila's two kids were returned to their fathers in Ohio, but Derik, Laila and Asheley's two boys were released and went back out on the run.

Valley City, North Dakota police told The U.S. Sun in a previous interview that they issued an "attempt to locate" the woman and two kids after a failed welfare check.

Harris said she hasn't spoken to her sister since February, and Morton said she hasn't seen or talked to her sons since a May FaceTime call.

"Laila secluded herself from her entire family and circle of friends and support system," Harris said in a previous interview.

"She also began keeping her children from everyone they have known and spent significant time with during their lives, including one of the children's fathers."

"I'M GOING TO FIND YOU"

Harris had a direct message for Laila.

"Laila, whether you want us to or not, we are going to continue to look for you until we know that both you and Derik's sons are safe," she said.

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"You are loved. You are missed. And I won't stop looking until I have answers to provide your children.

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