.....and Brendan Dassey.
Ever since it debuted on Netflix on December 18th, Making A Murderer has been gathering more and more attention on a daily basis.
As petitions to re-open the trial come close to almost a quarter of a million signatures in the U.S. more and more stories are arriving in the public arena concerning this apparent miscarriage of Justice.
The gist of the story is that a man was considered guilty of a crime by the police, they needed a conviction and they bent the evidence to suit the outcome. Standard enough OP for police forces from there, here and throughout the world.
It is a fascinating show, in truth-well worth the watch.
I see on other threads various people have seen this and as well as being concerned about the issues involved are also impressed with the documentary maker's skills.
Today's update states that a juror found Avery guilty against their better judgement out of fear for their own physical safety.
Something is rotten in the state of Wisconsin?