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05-05-2021 , 12:43 AM
Wow this debate is still going on? Literally been years since I checked in here. Same people making the same arguments. This thread is lol.

That poor woman Avery lured to the house and brutally murdered gets completely forgotten, while armchair detectives indulge in their police conspiracy fantasies. It would be funny if not so sad/tragic. At least he's still in jail so that counts for good news I guess.
05-06-2021 , 02:08 AM
The case is still in the courts.

It's too bad for you if your hate for Avery makes you wish otherwise.

Meanwhile, some are fighting for justice for Teresa.
05-06-2021 , 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted by revots33 Making a Murderer
Wow this debate is still going on? Literally been years since I checked in here. Same people making the same arguments. This thread is lol.

That poor woman Avery lured to the house and brutally murdered gets completely forgotten, while armchair detectives indulge in their police conspiracy fantasies. It would be funny if not so sad/tragic. At least he's still in jail so that counts for good news I guess.
Yes it's been pretty disgusting behaviour from Avery's supporters in general. Avery won't be released from prison, as Zellner keeps lobbing nothing burgers at the courts, her latest waffle being no exception. Justice has been delivered for Teresa and her family and it won't be usurped by a netflix doc and baseless ludicrous conspiracy theories.
05-06-2021 , 02:07 PM
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Originally Posted by revots33 Making a Murderer
Wow this debate is still going on? Literally been years since I checked in here. Same people making the same arguments. This thread is lol.

That poor woman Avery lured to the house and brutally murdered gets completely forgotten, while armchair detectives indulge in their police conspiracy fantasies. It would be funny if not so sad/tragic. At least he's still in jail so that counts for good news I guess.
I don't think Teresa Halbach has been forgotten, and the murderers, Avery and Dassey, are indeed still in jail.
07-13-2021 , 02:22 AM
I wonder if any of the people who insulted me for years will admit they were wrong and the courts continue to agree with what I’ve said since the start.
07-13-2021 , 02:31 AM
Stevens mother recently passed, the family is arguing over donations and surprise surprise… Steven is trying to find a way to secure the donations for himself.

The inevitable backlash from this has caused his brother and cousin to make statements on social media admitting they think both Steven and dassey murdered Teresa.
07-28-2021 , 12:35 PM
Quick update,

Most recent appeal to the higher courts was denied today. Next stop is the Supreme Court and boy do I hope they will address KZs motion. It will be hilarious to watch them rip it apart.
08-02-2021 , 06:55 PM
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Originally Posted by fraleyight Making a Murderer
I wonder if any of the people who insulted me for years will admit they were wrong and the courts continue to agree with what I’ve said since the start.
The same people who have been ignoring reality for years will continue ignoring reality and burying their head in the tv show.
08-02-2021 , 06:57 PM
https://www.theringer.com/tv/2021/7/...le-netflix-hbo

The murky line between factual storytelling and entertainment is one that true-crime docs have had to straddle since the beginning, with varying degrees of success. One of the most revered true-crime series in history, The Staircase, has been criticized for painting Michael Peterson as the victim instead of his slain wife, Kathleen, despite Michael’s conviction for his role in her death. Netflix is dealing with similar issues in regard to its greatest true-crime success, Making a Murderer, as a defamation lawsuit brought by an investigator in Steven Avery’s case winds its way through the courts. “When you’re watching it, it’s very gripping, and you’re like, ‘Boy, they did this guy wrong,’” VanDerWerff says. “And then you go and read anything about the case, and you’re like, ‘Oh, they left out a lot of stuff.’”

Most viewers walked away from Making a Murderer believing that Avery was innocent, but a closer look into the case reveals a host of evidence that the filmmakers didn’t include—things like bullet forensics and previous interactions between Avery and slain photographer Teresa Halbach, which pointed away from the series’ stated hypotheses. Like many true-crime series, Making a Murderer was an attempt to exonerate a convicted killer, à la the Paradise Lost movies or Errol Morris’s The Thin Blue Line, but viewers didn’t have all the necessary information. “There is a bias in our brains toward, ‘This is the true story, this is what really happened,’” VanDerWerff says. “There is an assumption that nonfiction is ultimately more truthful than fiction—which is often true, but not always true.”

      
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