Making a murderer

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    Not sure if this will end up in the Political forum or not but has anyone watched both seasons of Making a Murderer? I just finished the second season.I know it is one sided but... very strange stuff happened there.
     
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      I'm not sure which was more disturbing, season one or season two.
       
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      Haven't seen season 2 yet still watching season 2 of Ozarks
       
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        Haven't seen any if you guys say I should watch I'll look it up
         
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        I have been pondering watching this. I will have to give it a shot now just to see what's up.
         
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        Don't waste your time. It's total bullshit. Avery and Dassey are both guilty as sin. As Baretta used to say, YOU CAN TAKE THAT TO THE BANK.

        The title should be Making a Pile of Bullshit Propaganda By Leaving out the True Facts.
         
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          I'd be interested in learning the true facts. I just started watching this
           
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          You're privy to "the True Facts"?
          Please share...
           
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          They almost had to payout a 36 million dollar lawsuit for the first wrongful conviction,imagine what it would have been if they found him innocent of this?Pretty sure that was weighing heavily on the county AND states minds.
           
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          “After the trial, I found out…[one juror] was the father of a Manitowoc County Sheriff’s deputy,” the dismissed juror, Richard Mahler, says. “Another juror, his wife works for the Manitowoc County Clerk’s Office.”

          He adds: “I thought to myself, they shouldn’t have been on the jury. That was a conflict of interest.”

          Mahler was ultimately excused from the trial after his daughter got into a car accident, but not before he spent more than four hours deliberating with the jury. Early on, the jurors took a vote: seven innocent, three guilty and two undecided.

          Mahler still doesn’t know how the jury ultimately ended up voting to unanimously convict Avery of murder. “I think about that every day,” he says.



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          Since then, at least one juror has come forward to say they believe Steven Avery is not guilty of murdering 25-year-old Teresa Halbach, and they only convicted Avery because “they feared for their personal safety.”