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Re: Making A Murderer
« Reply #14 from previous page: January 08, 2016, 11:22:09 AM »
Unfortunately I don't think the white house or obama can pardon him because it is a state issue, but i could be wrong about that. I do agree with a lot you had to say about our justice system. We have all of these things in place to prove guilt beyond any reasonable doubt, which I think there was reasonable doubt in his case. It really does seem like now the burden of proof is alway the defendent now which is not how it is supposed to be at all.

He was convicted by the media before he went to trial and he was never presumed innocent, and I am pretty sure that ken krantz the corrupt asshole prosecutor who got in trouble for sexting clients of his that were victims of domestic violence violated the gag order. He had so many rights violated it was ridiculous and you see people guilty of a lot of violence get acquitted over something minor he should of never been convicted.

I also think that there was some jury tampering going on for their to be such a dramatic shift, I think 2 or 3 people said that after seeing all the shit that happened with his case that they would of voted him innocent. One person from the jury said that he was threatened after he tried to vote innocent but they didn't come out with his name so I have no idea if it is true.

There are also a few things that he has now that should be mandatory that he gets an appeal. I don't know how they can deny after some of the stuff brought up there are so many things that could of changed the outcome of the case. I think he wont get his appeal approved until it changes jurisdictions or gets a new presiding judge and prosecution team, unless someone else turns them self in and admits guilt.

The biggest reason I think that he is innocent is because of all of the corruption and shadyness that went on. I think if he really did it that they wouldn't of done so much to make it a sure win, from what I remember and have read the county that was actually supposed to be the ones investigating didn't really find much of anything that they could of won the case with. I think it would of been a completely different story if they wouldn't of let manitowac counties evidence into the trial. I don't think they should of seeing huge conflict of interest but I'm no lawyer.


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Re: Making A Murderer
« Reply #15 on: January 08, 2016, 04:42:08 PM »
I mean the podcast "serial"(which is on the same subject,but a different case) is much better than Netflix's "making
 a murderer".

The Jinx is worth checking out too. 

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Re: Making A Murderer
« Reply #16 on: January 08, 2016, 05:30:08 PM »
Oh ok, I didn't realize it was the name of something. I'll check it out. Is The Jinx a podcast toI or a movie or something?

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Re: Making A Murderer
« Reply #17 on: January 08, 2016, 06:38:33 PM »
The jinx is a HBO mini series on Robert Durst and if you google "serial" podcast you'll find "serial"-which is very worth finding

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Re: Making A Murderer
« Reply #18 on: January 19, 2016, 01:51:43 PM »
Here is an article Chris Hedges posed yesterday concerning this case and the overall imbalance and unfairness in our "justice " system. Some wild stats included like how nobody can afford to go to trial and you are punished for going to trial unless you win outright. It is a good read.

http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/the_mirage_of_justice_20160117

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