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Great show, I was sad it ended. Can someone else murder a lady so we can continue to watch these kinds of shows?
The law is being misused for convicting innocent people
It just blows my mind that even if you think Steven is guilty that there are people who can’t see that the police and government there are corrupt and them people are biased.
Chuck Norris is never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down, never gonna run around and desert you.
Kratz had to step down in disgrace over harassing women. That’s the kind of legitimacy the production had. Those are the kind of people they are. The judge, the entire government is corrupt.
People say he’s where he belongs. And with the obviously screwed up investigation they won’t even consider that he’s innocent, they don’t even seem to care. They’re saying they personally don’t like him so he’s where he belongs.
Of course the people of the state don’t want to believe their police force is corrupt and be made the laughing stock of the country. They’re trying to protect themselves. They don’t care what the facts are. None of the evidence they said was left out so far really convicts him either. Comes right back to a corrupt police force that can plant whatever it wants and do whatever it wants and holds all the cards and can decide to oppress whoever they want to. Wether he was guilty or not, they never gave him a chance. The government of that state and the people of that state decided he was guilty regardless of the facts and didn’t care about any of the insane things done by law enforcement.
The people of the county and the state seem biased against Steven, which of course they are. None of their evidence makes sense, none of their practices are correct in handling his first or second case. Their mishandling of cases never changed, why do people think they magically became less corrupt, or less incompetent, for the second case. They screwed him over then and based on none of it making any sense from him not easily getting rid of a car when that’s part of his job to then somehow perfectly cleaning up DNA to a cop who wasn’t supposed to be there being there and discovering ‘evidence’ which would have been obvious a long time ago, they’re doing it again. But of course the people of the area don’t care about the cops being corrupt and incompetent and their being no evidence and coerced confessions from a nearly mentally handicapped young man, they don’t want to believe their state law enforcement is one of the most corrupt in America, and they already didn’t like the family anyway. They’re like mafia where anyone who doesn’t fit in their family needs to be destroyed and that justifies whatever they have to do. (As an aside, propel shoudjt be threatening the family of the corrupt law enforcement and lawyers and attorneys. They suck, their families had most likely nothing to do with it. And violence isn’t an option of civilized people anyway. We can use their methods to some degree to fight fire with fire, but we shouldn’t become them. They’re some of the worst America has to offer.)
Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.
Steven Avery is right where he belongs. That so many people are being cleverly duped by this biased "documentary" series isn't surprising. What IS surprising is that they don't realize it.
That place has to have the most corrupt police force in America. In the beginning it says the community didn’t like that family because they’re different. So there this country, old style community that hates anything different and justifies doing whatever they have to to destroy what they don’t like.
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