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NetFlix: Making a Murderer
« on: January 07, 2016, 04:47:51 pm »
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probably cliche now to recommend it.. but seriously, worth watching.

https://www.netflix.com/title/80000770

this doc is gripping & painful


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Re: NetFlix: Making a Murderer
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2016, 03:52:53 pm »
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Season 2 got approved, apparently they are going to follow him around as he tries to appeal his case.

There was quite a bit of evidence left out of the documentary that I read.....yeah he did it lol
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Re: NetFlix: Making a Murderer
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2016, 05:14:17 pm »
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Season 2 got approved, apparently they are going to follow him around as he tries to appeal his case.

nice!


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There was quite a bit of evidence left out of the documentary that I read.....yeah he did it lol

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Re: NetFlix: Making a Murderer
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2016, 06:18:57 pm »
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Season 2 got approved, apparently they are going to follow him around as he tries to appeal his case.

nice!


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There was quite a bit of evidence left out of the documentary that I read.....yeah he did it lol

url?

this might have been it, I just remember a lot of articles coming out not long after the documentary.  I remember he told his cellmate or just another inmate that the best way to get rid of evidence is to burn the body.  Her vehicle key is suspicious I'll admit but finding his sweat on the key is yeah, that's hard to plant on someone lol
http://onmilwaukee.com/movies/articles/evidenceagainstavery.html
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Re: NetFlix: Making a Murderer
« Reply #7 on: August 13, 2016, 02:57:51 pm »
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probably cliche now to recommend it.. but seriously, worth watching.

https://www.netflix.com/title/80000770

this doc is gripping & painful

I tried to watch it after listening to serial...

I got through a few and just couldn't keep it up cause I found it disappointing compared to serial...

I mean he def got railroaded as fuck at least in the first cause it and it was really wrong... But... I just found him such an unsympathetic figure... It's kinda like my criticism with BLM a lot of the time.  Sure injustice is wrong no matter who it is too... A creepy guy that kills cats and seems like an asshole still shouldn't go to jail for a rape he didn't do... But it's always better to watch cases where the victim to the system is at least someone who is sympathetic and it's most interesting as far as the justice system when you don't know... For this guy he was obviously innocent as far as the first charge and it looks like guilty on the second - at least it's not something that doesn't seem plausible that he or his family wasn't involved...

If you haven't listened to serial you really should...  I mean it's so unclear and that is what is so cool... If he is innocent they ruined a really cool teenagers life.  If he is guilty then it's hard to imagine how it's possible... But there is so much evidence either way and so much fucked up stuff that at least for me I was just left feeling like "wow I don't know for sure and wow the system is sooo crazy".