I was glad to see this - Dassey was clearly manipulated imo. Although, I still believe Avery to be guilty.Conviction of 'Making a Murderer's' Brendan Dassey overturned
Judge has overturned the conviction of Brendan Dassey and ordered him to be free within 90 days.
State can retry him if they want
That’s my feelings on the garage too. Even if he scrubbed it clean there would be splatter over all the crap in there. Did he go full Dexter in there? Similar to Serial, it’s like yeah maybe he did it but the prosecution did no where near enough to prove it and their theories/timelines have colossal holes. Assumption of innocence and burden of proof don’t mean anything to jurors.I just finished the series. To say I enjoyed it doesn't seem right as it was very disturbing. Makes you really feel that the system is rigged against the poor and stupid. I haven't done of research into what the filmmakers left out of the documentary that might have shed more light on why they came to a guilty verdict. The part that jumped out to me was the veritable lack of forensic evidence in the trailer. The prosecution put forth a case that Avery and Dassey tied Theresa up, raped her, stabbed her, slit her throat and shot her multiple times. How was there no blood found? Was the same guy who was stupid enough to park Theresa's car in his yard the same guy that was mentally equipped to rid his entire property of every last droplet of blood or gore from the murder? Like others, I'm not saying he wasn't involved, but it's hard to see how they passed the reasonable doubt threshold.