The Case of the Elkhart 4 Captures the Attention of an International Audience
From Norway, to Belgium, from Canada, to the UK, to The Netherlands and beyond the story of the Elkhart 4 continues to make news internationally.
Here is a headline from a Belgian news site on Thursday February 26, 2015.
Translated the article title is “How does an “innocent” teen get 55 years in prison for murder?”
A Dutch news site also carried an article entitled,
which means “Teen gets 55 years for no murder”.
As well there is a Dutch Blog that has spent a lot of time posting articles about The Elkhart 4 — One was entitled “55 jaar voor een moord die je niet gepleegd hebt!” The author was so concerned that they published the original in Dutch and then translated their writing into English, the title being “55 Years for a Murder They did not Commit”.
On Thursday February 26, 2015 the Guardian, one of the larges newspapers in the UK published an article on the case which caused a storm on Twitter. Many Tweets responding to the Guardian article questioned what has happened to the Elkhart 4.
As well as the Guardian, ITV one of the largest UK TV channels featured Blake Layman in one of their recent documentaries.
Australian news websites are also covering the story (click here)
As we have already reported the case of The Elkhart 4 was featured in a Norwegian High School Class.
As we previously reported the Elkhart 4 has been featured in The National Post, one of the largest Canadian Newspapers.
DR. PHIL GOES INTERNATIONAL
The Dr. Phil Show featuring the Elkhart 4 has been seen in many countries around the world including Canada, The UK, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. Viewers continue to react to the show including,
The controversial case of The Elkhart 4 continues to capture the attention of an international audience.