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Thread: Making a Murderer Documentary (Teresa Halbach Murder - Steven Avery/Brandan Dassey)

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    Brendan: I'm getting out of prison.

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    Yeah

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    Okay it's been over a year since this series aired. Has anyone changed their minds about the case now? I was on the Avery is innocent train when I first binge watched it, but after a year of reading and studying on it, I actually lean more towards Avery being guilty and the show was too biased and overly edited to tell the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by of_corpse_not View Post
    Okay it's been over a year since this series aired. Has anyone changed their minds about the case now? I was on the Avery is innocent train when I first binge watched it, but after a year of reading and studying on it, I actually lean more towards Avery being guilty and the show was too biased and overly edited to tell the truth.
    This has always been my general take - watching it you could see it was very much leaning one way, so I have kind of left this one behind until more comes to light (I know I heard on the radio they're doing some more shit, I forget what right now though hahah)
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    I didn't read the whole article, but supposedly it's proof Avery did commit the murders.

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    I think he is guilty and Brendan is innocent and got pretty railroaded.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller22 View Post
    I thought the exact same thing. Poor Brennen Tammons.
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    Federal appeals court narrowly upholds Brendan Dassey's murder conviction

    With one dissenting judge calling the decision “a profound miscarriage of justice,” a federal appeals court in Chicago has reversed an earlier decision to overturn the murder conviction of Brendan Dassey, one of the subjects of Netflix’s true crime documentary hit Making A Murderer. The 4-to-3 decision hinged on whether individual justices believed that Dassey’s confession to the murder of Teresa Halbach—which the then-16-year-old has since recanted, claiming it was coerced—stood up in a court of law. Ultimately, the majority decided that it did.

    The dissenting opinions in the case were blistering, though, with judge Ilana Diamond Rovner writing, “His confession was not voluntary and his conviction should not stand, and yet an impaired teenager has been sentenced to life in prison.” (Dassey was a high school sophomore enrolled in special education classes at the time the murder occurred.)

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    I think Brendan may have seen something but I don't think he was involved. Also, there is no way in hell that it went down the way Brendan confessed to. There was not enough blood evidence found at the Avery residence and there is no fuckin way they are smart enough to have avoided it/cleaned it up. I do think though, that at the same time, the police department in that town is dirty. They should all be fired for even the appearance of wrong doing.
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    Just finished watching season 2...anybody have any new thoughts on this case?

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