Netflix fans left stunned by Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso | The Sun

TRUE crime fans were left with their jaws dropped after watching a brand new documentary.

Netflix's Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso has triggered many explosive reactions on social media.

This documentary will make viewers think twice before agreeing to a coffee date.

Landing on the streaming platform on Thursday, September 28, 2023, the crime doc centres on the 2016 death of Mirna Salihin.

The 27-year-old died when she met up with her friend Jessica Wongso for coffee in Jakarta.

Jessica Wongso is the main suspect as it was alleged she laced Mirna Salihin' iced coffee with cyanide, fatally poisoning her.

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However, Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso looks back on the alleged fatal poisoning and digs deeper, questioning whether Jessica was the real culprit after all.

Netflix users swarmed over to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share their thoughts as they were left stunned by the film.

"Have y'all seen that documentary Ice Cold on Netflix? That s**t was wild!", one of them commented.

Another jumped in: "Just watched that Ice Cold documentary, really giving me a headache."

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"But seriously, there’s so many questions after watching this documentary. How’s the police not investigating Mirna’s activities the day she died", another added.

One viewer chimed in: "Absolutely wild. This whole case is a roller coaster."

"Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso on Netflix is a wild documentary. So many unanswered questions", another concluded.

The case became Indonesia's most famous and publicised murder as the ruling was even televised and watched by millions of Indonesians.

Jessica Wongso, an Indonesian-born permanent Australian resident was sentenced to 20 years in prison when she was found guilty of the premeditated murder of her best friend Mirna.

The pair of young women had studied together at Sydney's design college Billy Blue and had been very close.

At the end of their studies, Jessica remained in Australia where she worked as a graphic designer at Ambulance NSW for seven years.

Meanwhile, Mirna returned to Indonesia.

Jessica Wongso's past seemed to make her susceptible to lashing out as she suffered from a complex mental health history.

She reportedly tried to end her life on four occasions, attempts that resulted in hospitalisation.

Jessica was also involved in a road accident fuelled by alcohol and displayed threatening behaviour towards her colleagues.

One of her former boyfriends also took out an Apprehended Violence Order against her.

During her four-month trial, the prosecution theorised that Jessica may have killed Mirna after the pair had a disagreement regarding a man the former was dating in Australia.

It was believed Jessica set her plan for murder into action after breaking the relationship off.

But the trial was deemed highly controversial due to the presence of expert witnesses without any direct evidence of Jessica's guilt.

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Speaking to ABC during the trial, Jessica's lawyer, Yudi Wibowo, said: "There is no evidence that Jessica put the cyanide into the glass and no one saw her put in the poison."

Do viewers agree?

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