In what has turned into as complex a case as the West Memphis Three, Brendan Dassey has once again being released from prison while the state of Wisconsin appeals an earlier ruling.
The State of Wisconsin is treating "Marking a Murderer" documentary subject Brendan Dassey much like the way the State of Arkansas treated "West Memphis Three" Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jesse Misskelley Jr
The final episode of "Making a Murderer" ends this hellashish lesson on the U.S. justice system. We see the results of a wrecked Avery family with Steven and Brendan having been found guilty of the horrific murder of Teresa Halbach.
You know the result of the Steven Avery trial. The man was found guilty even after being able to hire really good defense lawyers. What do you imagine the result of Brendan Dassey's trial will be with court appointed attorneys?
If you're looking for a happy start to this "Making A Murderer" episode then you are the ultimate optimist or you hate the Avery family.
With just four episodes left in the ten-part series, episode seven of "Making a Murderer" begins by focusing on the fact that the Manitowoc County Sheriff's Department was not supposed to be a part of the investigation.
pisode six of "Making A Murderer" gives us a refresher on the press conference circus where Ken Kratz lays out just how Teresa Halbach was killed. We now know Brendan Dassey's account is not quite as clear cut
The "Making a Murderer" opening music reminds me of "Game of Thrones." It's a bit creepier, but very ominous sounding which is a perfect fit as Steven Avery faces life in prison for a crime that I have to say he didn't commit.
When we left off the last episode of “Making a Murderer,” Steven Avery was in deeper trouble due to his own nephew Brendan Dassey turning into the prosecution’s star witness.
With "Making a Murderer," I don't know that I can take ten episodes of disgusting behavior by the very authorities who are supposed to be upholding the law. Man this series has me even more paranoid about what the government is capable of doing.
After watching episode one of Making a Murderer, I could not wait to jump into the next episode. The twist at the end of the first episode had me scrambling to make time for the next show.
I've got some advice for you before reading this recap or watching "Making of a Murderer," a Netflix documentary series. If you have a fantasy about the American justice system being fair and impartial, avoid reading this or viewing the ten episode series if you want to continue in that fantasy world.