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Making a Murderer

dradcliffdradcliff Posts: 588 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
edited July 26 in Off Topic

I know it’s been out for a while, but I just watched both seasons. I am wondering what some of you lawyers out there thought about it.

It appeared to me that the Dassey kid had no idea what happened. I hope our standard for interrogations and confessions are higher that that.

Avery and Dassey somehow stabbed her, slit her throat, drug her to the garage, shot her twice in the head, then cleaned everything so well that none of her blood or fingerprints can be found anywhere. Then they forgot to clean the car. I can’t believe they got a conviction once they proved that the key was planted.

I know it was presented as though both were wrongly convicted, but if even half of the issues that were brought up are true I just don’t see how they can let their convictions stand. What say you all with a lot more knowledge of the legal system than me.

If you have not watched it, it’s on Netflix. If you like legal documentaries this is a good one.

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