Even if the new season of ‘Making a Murderer’ somehow proves Steven Avery’s innocence, it’ll have nothing to do with Brendan Dassey’s confession.
The ‘Making A Murderer’ prosecutor thinks there was nothing wrong with the circumstances surrounding Brendan Dassey’s conviction, which a judge recently overturned.
The murder conviction of Brendan Dassey, whose trial was detailed in the Netflix documentary “Making A Murderer,” was just overturned by a federal judge.
‘Making a Murderer’ indeed uncovers social prejudice, not of Avery’s neighbors against his poverty, but rather prejudice against rural communities and the white working class.
Documentaries like Making a Murderer are moving a conversation that needs to happen about whether our system of justice works.
Everyone loves a good reason to be publicly outraged, but Netflix’s 10-part original series ‘Making A Murderer’ is terribly boring propaganda.
‘Making a Murderer,’ the story of Steven Avery’s murder conviction, is a remarkable documentary. But that doesn’t make Steven Avery innocent of murder.
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