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
Now that Brendan Dassey is about to be a free man, his cousin Steven Avery is moving forward slowly with his attorney, Kathleen Zellner, who is requesting access to a lot of evidence for further testing.
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?
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
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.
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