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04-06-2019 , 02:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Jackontheturn Making a Murderer
There's nothing in the state's theory of the case that makes it impossible for Avery to have burned some of the bones and dumped others in a different location.
Other than they have Steven at home and not wandering all over the county on the night in question.
04-11-2019 , 05:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Jackontheturn Making a Murderer
There's nothing in the state's theory of the case that makes it impossible for Avery to have burned some of the bones and dumped others in a different location.
Avery's supporters are grasping at straws as usual & blindly accept anything his charlatan lawyer tweets as gospel, regardless of how erroneous it usually tends to be.
04-12-2019 , 03:08 PM
Meanwhile, in the real world Zellner has delivered another filing pointing out the important issues in the appeal:

"It bears noting that AAG Fallon & SP Gahn, both of whom represent the State in this proceeding, were the State Attorneys who participated in the return of human bones from the Gravel Pit to the Halbach family. They are interested parties & their bad faith is directly at issue in this case. Their protestations and denials are therefore suspect; this Court must discern whether their arguments themselves are made in good faith or in the simple interest of self-preservation."

https://static1.squarespace.com/stat...0412110836.pdf
09-24-2019 , 11:29 AM
A convicted murderer confessing to something he didn't do, it happens. I wouldn't get too excited until much more investigating.
09-24-2019 , 12:06 PM
09-24-2019 , 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by parisron Making a Murderer
A convicted murderer confessing to something he didn't do, it happens. I wouldn't get too excited until much more investigating.
see: central park five
09-24-2019 , 06:44 PM
avery gonna sue them for infinite money when he gets out
09-27-2019 , 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by parisron Making a Murderer
A convicted murderer confessing to something he didn't do, it happens. I wouldn't get too excited until much more investigating.
Yep, especially considering:
  1. this is the same guy who previously claimed Steven confessed to him
  2. he's only confessed to Steven's lawyer after she offered a $100,000 reward for info about the "real" killer, and requested money from her in his confession
  3. his story is ludicrous, even relative to all the other nutjob conspiracy theories presented

Avery supporters will cling to any hope they can find, but the truth is this will go nowhere, just like everything else, and Steven is no closer to leaving prison than he was four years ago.
09-29-2019 , 12:09 AM
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Originally Posted by PoorSkillz Making a Murderer
Kind of weird she'd mock this given how ridiculous her own theories have been.
10-04-2019 , 04:25 AM
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Originally Posted by housenuts Making a Murderer
see: central park five
I reckon they're more than likely guilty too
10-04-2019 , 04:36 AM
"Despite maintaining their innocence, the Central Park Five’s contention that their confessions were coerced didn’t gain credibility until June 2002, when Matias Reyes claimed sole responsibility for raping and beating Meili.

Reyes, a convicted murderer and serial rapist, was serving a minimum 33-year prison sentence when he confessed to the crime. His DNA matched genetic material found at the crime scene and he provided details of the assault that led investigators to take his claim seriously.

Reyes also committed a similar assault on a woman in Central Park two days before Meili was found."

https://www.amny.com/news/central-park-five-1.19884350

In a bizarre twist, some die-hard fanatics believe Reyes' voluntary confession supported by all the forensic evidence is a fake!
10-04-2019 , 07:07 AM
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Originally Posted by corpus vile Making a Murderer
I reckon they're more than likely guilty too
Wow
10-04-2019 , 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by housenuts Making a Murderer
Wow
Yeah I often have the same reaction when people assert innocence based on netflix docs/mini series & podcasts.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/netflix...ve-11560207823

https://abcnews.go.com/US/case-settl...ry?id=63077131


Last edited by corpus vile; 10-04-2019 at 05:52 PM.
10-04-2019 , 06:41 PM
Apparently it's not just Netflix, as some would have us believe. The district attorney joined the defense in freeing the imprisoned Americans, and a Federal District Judge agreed the 'Central Park Five' had every right to sue the city for the debacle.

The five black and Hispanic men, ages 14 to 16 at the time of their arrests, claimed that incriminating statements they had given had been coerced by the authorities. The statements were ruled admissible, and the men were convicted in two separate trials in 1990.

In December 2002, an investigation by the Manhattan district attorney, Robert M. Morgenthau, found DNA and other evidence that the woman had been raped and beaten not by the five teenagers but by another man, Matias Reyes, a convicted rapist and murderer who had confessed to acting alone in the attack. Concluding that the new evidence could have changed the original verdict, Mr. Morgenthau’s office joined a defense motion asking that the convictions be vacated.


https://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/20/n...0-million.html

Of course there will always be nutjobs who think the making of a documentary educating the public is somehow suspect. But it's a sad commentary on their fanaticism when they resort to blatantly lying about the circumstances that lead the to correction of a conviction.
10-05-2019 , 05:14 AM
corpus vile nut low human
10-05-2019 , 01:56 PM
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Originally Posted by TheMVP Making a Murderer
corpus vile nut low human
Maybe I should shill for murderers rapists& mutilators and attack murder victims families and I'll eventually be respectable in your eyes. I can dream...
Fix your moral compass.
10-06-2019 , 08:37 AM
All I can say is good luck to The Exonerated Five and looking forward to more wrongful convictions being overturned.
06-03-2020 , 02:27 PM
06-12-2020 , 05:20 AM
Oh man that poor murdering scumbag...
04-23-2021 , 08:30 AM
The fight for truth takes grit and dedication.

Zellner tears into the State of Wisconsin's latest obstruction of justice:

https://static1.squarespace.com/stat...and+Remand.pdf

      
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