Have you seen Making a Murderer?

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It's a documentary series about Steven Avery who spent 18 years in prison for a crime he did not commit only because the sheriff department wanted to get rid of him.

Meanwhile, the guy who committed that crime committed another two crimes and the police had plenty of evidence against him the whole time. When Avery was released from prison and was more than clear that the police fu***cked up big time and the insurance company won't cover them, they framed him again.

There are so many suspicious and extremely doggy things that you are telling yourself 'WTF' all the time, i.e. manipulating 16-year old with IQ 76 to made-up extremely sadistic confession without his mother that cops sold to the press to make Steven Avery looks like evil and barbaric monster even though they knew it didn't happen.


I just don't understand how some people can live with themselves knowing they are extremely evil people causing unspeakable injustice and suffering to people or animals and sleep at night.
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Nah is it good?
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Nah is it good?
Yeah, it's really f*** up though and you probably give up any hope in fair trials because even that the state was countless times caught playing an extremely dirty game, the judge always rules in favour of the prosecution.

For example, one witness said something he couldn't know unless the prosecution told him to say it. The judge denied a motion for mistrial. They found out the police opened a box of evidence with Steven Avery's blood sample from 1985 and somebody used it (to plant it in a car), again it gets denied by the Judge. They found the victim's car keys with no owner's DNA on it, only Avery's and it was discovered by a police officer who supposed to have no access to the crime scene but he was getting into troubles because he was involved in his wrongful imprisonment.

The sheriff obviously hates him for some reason and even made a claim that it would be easier to kill him, etc.
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basically, they made their mind that it must be Steven Avery the second it happened, they didn't investigate any other leads, the Judge is in the bed with the prosecution and every time when the defence point out some wrongdoing, the judge will refuse to accept it...

Imagine that you are wrongfully accused of a crime you did not commit, you rotting in prison for 18 years, you get out because the police totally f***ucked up and after two years you are going to prison once again for a crime you did not commit because police couldn't be bothered to investigate anyone else than you, not even her super suspicious ex-boyfriend.
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