posted on Dec, 29 2015 @ 02:43 PM
Not sure if this is the right forum for this topic but I felt like it was a decent fit, so to speak. I feel like this is a conspiracy, especially if
you pay close attention to the evidence and the chain of command (or lack there of) of some very important blood evidence from his first wrongful
conviction in the 1980's, the opportunity that certain officials made available to them and the HORRENDOUS representation Dassey received from his
first court appointed attorney.
Anyhow, I binge watched "Making a Murderer" on Netflix yesterday and today, which is something I do not usually do. I literally could not stop
watching it, the cringe factor increasing with each episode.
I won't post spoilers, at least I will try not to, but I thought this would be a very interesting topic to discuss here on ATS. I did a search for
Steven Avery and there is a post about him from 2007, but nothing since then.
I don't know if I am more upset about Avery or his nephew Brendan, what the "justice system" did to their families and continue to do, or more fearful
to think if you rub someone in law enforcement the wrong way, this could happen to you.
I will try to add some links, but I am on an iPad and it sometimes does not work for me. So, if there are no links just google Steven Avery, Brendan
Dassey, or Making a Murderer.
If you have not yet watched it, I highly recommend the series on Netflix. What occurred to these men is so ridiculously outrageous, I don't even know
what to think.
Steven Avery Wikipedia Link
Link to docuseries on Netflix
edit on 29-12-2015 by lovebeck because: (no reason given)