I finished the 10th and final installment of the Netflix documentary, Making a Murderer.
Have you seen this show yet? If you haven't, you must.
True-crime stories have become a hot commodity, and Netflix is getting into the game with a new 10-part documentary series called . Directed by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, the show tracks the life of Steven Avery, who served 18 years for a crime DNA evidence later indicated he had not committed. Later, while fighting a legal battle over his previous incarceration, Avery became a suspect in a new heinous murder case.
You know I love Law & Order and all of its spin-offs, and I really like this true-to-life documentary. I was intrigued from the first episode. You will be hooked too.
I have always believed that small town law enforcement folks can do whatever they want (even illegal) to make a case- plant evidence, muddy testimony, and more. This show to me proves this. Don't get me wrong, I respect the cops, but like in everything, there are BAD "eggs".
I do not want to give too much away, but I can only hope Mr. Avery and Mr. Dassey get a second chance. My heart thinks they were "framed".
It is hard to believe that our justice system is so "blind" and inept. It really makes me wonder.
What are your thoughts?
Making a Murderer, y'all!