John Waters meets Patrick Kennedy, the detective who got Jeffrey Dahmer's confession, after our second packed screening of JEFF. Note: John Waters is not short.

John Waters meets Patrick Kennedy, the detective who got Jeffrey Dahmer’s confession, after our second packed screening of THE JEFFREY DAHMER FILES at MFF 2012. Note: John Waters is not short.

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