Whether there were facts left out of the documentary, Jerome Buting states in his 01/15/2016 interview with The Rolling Stone: “Not to any fault of the filmmakers, but we’re talking about a six-week trial. They had five or six hundred hours of tape that they had to condense into ten, so certain decisions have to be made.”
I am a staunch supporter of Brendan Dassey and Steven Avery and have been almost from the very minute that Teresa Halbach was reported missing. For ten years I floundered. I knew nothing, but what I believed in my heart: that Steven Avery and his nephew had been framed. The documentary Making A Murderer premiered […]
Don’t be swayed by the people who tell you that you were swayed by a “television show” “Making A Murderer” wasn’t a fictional, scripted television show, it was a low-budget documentary made by two filmmakers that had NO IDEA what they were getting into in the the little town of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. They had no […]
Literally, within hours, the whole anti-Avery movement turns as one to the “clever “ editing of a cheaply made documentary, with no backing and no buyer, and how it was biased against the prosecution’s case. Amazing.