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Blood Stains Found in Halbach’s Rav 4 Duplicated With Q-Tips
Steven Avery’s alleged blood stain found in Teresa Halbach’s Rav 4. Blood stain duplicated with q-tip To address Seargent Andrew Colborne who remarked that he hoped the faith was restored in the Manitowoc Police Department after Steven Avery was found guilty. No. It is definitely not restored. Far from it.
Steven Avery Responds to Ted Perry “The truth will set me free”
Who the hell knows why a woman that pursues a man in prison would later drive a knife through his back. She seems to want something. A few minutes in the spot light, definitely candlelight and rose petals in a bath. In response to a letter written to Steven Avery if he wanted to respond…
Brenden Dassey’s Brother Brad Radio Interview & New Song #TheyDidn’tDoIt
After watching the Netflix series Making A Murderer, I’m intrigued and can’t help but follow the story of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey. Both are serving a life sentence for murder, but people are questioning their guilt. Brenden’s half brother Brad Dassey did a radio interview on a country radio station The Jake…
Nancy Grace Bashes Making A Murderer, But Did She Even Watch It?
Nancy Grace went off bashing the Netflix Documentary Making A Murderer. But did she even watch it? It sure doesn’t seem like it to me. She mentions that Steven Avery was guilty of setting a cat on fire and that it was not mentioned in the documentary. If you watched the documentary, all of his crimes are highlighted in…
6 Best Films About Police Corruption
My favorite movies about Police Corruption are; 1. Training Day (2001) Starring; Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Tom Berenger and Macy Grey The Rampart Police department is located a few blocks west of MacArthur Park near downtown Los Angeles, on 6th street, surrounded by slums. In the late 90’s Rampart began…
Making A Murderer The Movie And The Actors (I’d like to see)
Richard Mahler is a juror who was excused during deliberation, due to a family emergency. He later said that when he left, 7 jurors thought Steven was innocent, 3 thought he was guilty and 2 were undecided. The jurors that thought he was guilty, had their minds made up in the beginning, were stubborn and…