Making A Murderer Review

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The Netflix Original, Making A Murderer, features the story of a man, Steven Avery, who is arrested and sentenced to jail for almost two decades for crime that he never committed.

After Avery was released from jail, he filed a lawsuit against Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, and individuals who contributed to his arrest.

Not long after, Avery and his nephew, Brendan Dassey, were convicted for the murder of Teresa Halbach.

The heart-wrenching documentary shows conversations between Avery’s parents, interviews from officials during his court cases, videos and photos of evidence, and interviews from his family.

The show brings the corrupt cops involved into light, and shows just how easily it is to be falsely accused of something when the government is working against you.

Making A Murder is an amazing watch, and shows some very real issues and their harsh consequences.

The show is excruciating to watch. Throughout the show, it’s practically impossible to not see Avery’s innocence while he goes through the court system.

The story line has so many twists and turns, it’s hard to stop watching.

Avery has many interviews throughout the course of the show, which really link you to him emotionally, and keep you hoping the best for him.

Avery’s hardship and story is still continuing today, as he and his nephew, Brendan Dassey, are still in prison with high hopes of release.