a reply to: Domo1
I believe your mistaken about where they found those items, as far as i know bones were found in Steven Avery's fire pit while the items your talking
about where found in a burn barrel (the palm pilot, camera, and cell) the tooth (which both bones and tooth could not be conclusively linked to
Teresa) im not to sure if that was in the barrel or pit but either way the barrel was by Bobby Dassey's house and bones were also found in a burn pit
in a Quarry. Now that is one thing the State never addressed, who how and when where the bones moved?
May i ask what "convinced" you of his guilt?
The character build up of Avery as a angry crazy threatening killer would support evidence that establishes Avery as a murderer but him burning a cat
and threatening people with a gun does not make him a murderer and should not be treated as evidence that proves Avery did it because honestly and
legally speaking it does not prove that Avery killed her.
Avery also claims those leg irons and handcuffs where for his girlfriend, i have friends that own kinkier and more incriminating toys then these
nonetheless Teresa's DNA was not found on either of these items. On top of that i didn't see any forensic evidence or even research into the
possibility that they were actually used in the way that was described for example checking the bed post for marks and attempting to match them with
the leg irons and hand cuffs. I mean i would assume a woman fighting for her life would at least leave a scratch on the bed post's from the handcuffs.
As far as the DNA or "sweat" on the hood latch, the defense attorney say's that an investigator admitted to not changing gloves while handling
evidence that belonged to Avery and then Teresa's car................
You don't know where she was killed GOOD POINT! Proves my point that the state doesn't know where and how she was killed other than a bullet in the
garage and the "confession" that Brendan gave. So who found the bullet? Investigators that literally had a conflict of interest and should not have
been on the case. If you found the bullet under a compressor in a random corner of the garage wouldn't it be reasonable to think that she was at least
shot in the garage? Or was the bullet placed there by Avery.......or someone else? Okay so maybe she was shot in the garage, well then you must
explain the missing evidence. They tore up the concrete for crying out loud trying to find blood evidence. When someone is shot in a room you would
expect to get high velocity blood splatter all over the place, and look at the garage, it is full of crap with small spaces in different areas where
blood splatter could have gotten even the dusty car didn't have blood splatter so he obviously didn't clean that because it was all dusty but blood
didn't get on it anyways because they didn't find any. Your telling me i am supposed to believe that Avery was able to methodically search through all
the crap to make sure not a SINGLE splatter of blood was left after he bleached the whole room except everything that was dusty and all the items
tested that had his DNA on it because if you think about it if he cleaned stuff to get rid of evidence their would obviously be items that should be
spotless yet all items tested had Avery's DNA but i guess he could have recontaminated everything with his DNA to make the scene look normal
(sarcasm). Same thing with the trailer, I'm supposed to believe that not a single skin cell, drop of sweat, hair (which they allegedly cut off), blood
drop, finger print, nothing that could prove Brendan's story could be found because he cleaned? So he cleaned his house his garage burned all the
evidence tossed the bullet under a compressor forgot to get ride of the bones and left the key in his room behind a bookcase until it magically fell
into site and covered the car with a couple of branches thinking that was good enough?....
And when it comes to Brendan anything he say's is questionable, listen and watch his confession he contradicts and back tracks and changes so much
that i literally think he was making stuff up. And if he was, anything that cant be proven by EVIDENCE should be thrown out.
As far as Guilt and what not, i have no idea if he did it or not, nothing concrete really ties him to it. If you think so please provide evidence so i
can base my opinions on the same thing. But that being said the fact that i have reasonable doubts means i can not convict, literally goes against the
whole point of the system, you must prove beyond a reasonable doubt.
If you where on the jury wait no, there shouldn't have even been a deliberation by the jury in the first place, so much misconduct on both the
investigators and the forensics teams part that the case should have been thrown out. Not saying he shouldn't have been investigated further, he
definitely should of been investigated further and the evidence should have been examined again. Brendan's confession should have been thrown out for
sure! Not only did they get the confession in a very unprofessional manner which i think was coercive as well but he also back tracked about his
confession and testified he was lying and even told his mother before investigators walked back in the room that they got into his head.
If Steven molested that poor kid and others then that is very sad and should be investigated as well but non of the other alleged victims have come
out with allegations against Avery have they (just saying) but again this is not evidence of Teresa's murder this is an allegation from Brendan about
another crime that may or may not have happen.
I want full transcripts of the case too!!!! -_-
But even what Kratz put out as evidence they left out was not significant it was the calls the hand cuffs the hood latch, which have been defended by
Stevens teams plenty of times with enough reason to cause doubt. The DNA on the latch for example was given by Kratz yet he doesn't state the fact
that the investigators admitted to not changing gloves.
There is to much wrong with this case that he definitely needs a new trial!