Netflix ‘Confession Tapes’: Are Sebastian Burns And Atif Rafay Innocent? Facts Behind Chilling Docu-Series

Netflix 'Confession Tapes': Are Sebastian Burns And Atif Rafay Innocent? Facts Behind Chilling Docu-Series

The Confession Tapes, a chilling new Netflix true crime documentary series, debuted on the streaming service September 8, and the first two episodes take up the shocking case of Sebastian Burns (pictured above right) and Atif Rafay (above left), two Canadian teenagers who were accused and eventually convicted of the brutal and shocking murders of Rafay’s parents and sister in Bellevue, Washington, on July 13, 1994.

The two friends, now in their early 40s, have been serving three consecutive life terms each, with no possibility of parole, since their convictions in 2004 — a decade after the crimes. In The Confession Tapes, documentary director Kelly Loudenberg makes a compelling case that Burns and Rafay are innocent of the horrifying murders.

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