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Everybody’s talking about Netflix’s new true crime documentary series, Making a Murderer.
Filmed and produced over ten years, the series examines the twist-filled case of Steven Avery, a Wisconsin man who was released from prison after being exonerated for sexual assault only to be arrested again and convicted for the murder of a young woman.
The series’ main question is: Did Avery actually commit that murder? If not, then why was he convicted of it? The 10 episode series is frightening, exhausting, and forces the viewer to question the criminal justice system.
After personally watching the series and having an absolute pit in my stomach the entire time, it became apparent that the members of the Manitowoc, Wisconsin Sheriff’s office as well as the local police department featured in the series are some sick and twisted individuals.
The documentary features overwhelming evidence that the Manitowoc Sheriff’s office as well as the local police department have had it out for Steven Avery for many, many years. The two law enforcement agencies have gained so much power and control over Avery that it truly boggles ones mind and sickens ones stomach.
Steven Avery is clearly not the brightest bulb in the bunch and neither is his entire family and it would appear this lack of intelligence was used heavily in building a strong, seemingly fictitious case against Avery and his family.
This documentary deserves to receive as much attention as possible. This is an incredible murder mystery that doesn’t appear to be a murder mystery at all, or at least one that should be pointed towards one man. The story is compelling, should spark conversation and generate strong debate among Americans.
Something is not right with the Steve Avery case and Netflix did a wonderful job showcasing this case. I could not stop watching and you won’t be able to either.
Is Steve Avery a murderer? Is the Manitowoc Sheriff’s office corrupt? What are you thoughts on this case?