Netflix to stream new documentary on Steven Avery - #5

Discussion in 'Netflix Series: Making A Murderer' started by bessie, Jan 9, 2016.

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  1. MysticJynx

    MysticJynx Just Sayin'

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    And in my opinion this case has to many questions then answers. So in my opinion he is FRAMED and I think Innocent.
     


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    MysticJynx Just Sayin'

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    If you do not like my thoughts questions and opinions then feel free to skip by them.
     
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    Good luck with???? your not really doing anything here but spouting his guilt. That everyone already knows was the outcome of the verditt. So good luck with not contributing anything insightful.
     
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    and you are entitled to that opinion! I do not agree!
     
  5. MysticJynx

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    in your opinion!
     
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    How I hope to GOD, PAMS GOD that lead her to that vehicle will also shine a light on new evidence that proves this case without doubt that he is either Innocent or Guilty. Cause at this point with the faulty way the investigation was done. The truth is still out there waiting to be found by non tainted biased cops.
     
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    How do i do this ignore. would love to do that in this case. So sick of the NG mentality myself. I think Im more of a Nancy Drew.
     
  8. ScarlettScarpetta

    ScarlettScarpetta When the going gets tough, drink coffee

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    There are things that were not allowed in the trial but everything that this producers felt was relevant to proving their case for innocence is in there. All the points they are making are there.

    The comments like.. " Putting SA away for good " Are just dramatic and not really helpful and finding the truth.
    I think SA planned to look framed from day one. I think he felt he could get away with this. This guy was abusive and had an anger problem.. He lit a cat on fire for gosh sake. This is not a nice guy. It is someone who can hurt people and not care.

    And I don't want to hear about it being a prank. To dip an animal in gas and throw it on a fire takes evil. Not just meanness. That is a callous hate act.

    I think he is sly like a fox.
     
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    But you PROBABLY dont really know if they have anything to do with the case any more than we dont know if it does.
     
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    nevermind my nancy drew figured it out
     
  11. RANCH

    RANCH United we stand, divided we fall.

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    I'm not making any conclusions out of things that can't be proven.

    I'm not trying to change anyone's mind about this case, people are free to think what they want.

    I just don't agree with the conspiracy therories been presented. JMO
     
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    You think I havent read the documents, saw the picture, read the testimony on my own. I DID. Did you? have you researched any of the facts that you believe made him guilty? It really dont matter about his guilt or innocence. the show was about the misconduct in the justice system. Allowing your enemies to investigate you is wrong. They knew it. they told everyone they took themselves off the case and the only ones out of 200 officers to find any signifigant evidence was a group of 4 that included two men who should never have been on that property. All the evidence is questionable since they did not back off. WHY was it EGO? or was it Planting? what do you think. Why didnt they back off when they told the public they did?
     
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    ScarlettScarpetta When the going gets tough, drink coffee

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    Because I like to discuss the actual evidence. But this thread has turned more into a drama than a fact finding mission.

    He was found guilty. So He is guilty in the eyes of the law. If the series is to put light on him being wrongly convicted show me where that evidence is?
    No matter what evidence you look at it points to him. If there was something that pointed away from him, I would be all over it. But it is not there.
     
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    Explain to me why it was ok to DEVIATE from so much to prove their case? Not one protocol was followed, Dont that bother you. Take steve avery out of the picture. Put your family member in any situation where they feel they are innocent, and ask yourself is it ok for LE to deviate on protocols to make it make sense that your family did something you are pretty sure they did not? would that be ok with you for someone to accuse you of something then allow the enemy to come on to the property to search it, Is that ok, then to omit they were even there on the initial warrant, why? Seems like a bunch of LIES. how can you expect me to believe what they say when they had 36 million dollars to lose and are proven to be liars by their own press conferences.
     
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    Starting to lean more towards innocent for me too Mystic, cause I do not know of any other reason that so much (i.e. almost every bit of it) of that "investigation" is so very questionable.
     
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    Human remains or decomposition? What do they alert to then?
     
  17. Jaiddie

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    WE actually don't have to do anything to keep the case going. Quite sure Kathleen Zellner knows EXACTLY what she's doing. She's done it 17 times before, after all.
     
  18. ScarlettScarpetta

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    For me it is simpler than all of that. I have looked into this case beyond the series. I have looked at the methods and evidence presented. What I see is overwhelming evidence that points to one man.
    SA.
    If you told me that there was nothing to be had on him. Nothing.. But for one small smudge of blood in her car, I would then be concerned and look harder. But her bones are in his fire pit and all over his property. That is a tough thing to overcome, unless you believe the police murdered TH and then felt the need to scatter her bones and ashes..
    The question is who killed TH. That is the question in this case and the evidence is stacked against SA. Otherwise the other side would be that either the police killed TH and then burned her and scattered her ashes to his property, Or they found the real killer but just wanted to get SA so they took all the evidence from where it was and then brought it to his house and tried to set him up with way more evidence than anyone would ever need to nail him.

    This is not talking about a conspiracy but an effort on the part of every le officer there on the property to frame this man. You would have to have every LEO on board. Every one.

    It does not stand up to reason. Had there been nothing but one thing, I could definitely look closer at the conspiracy issue. But this is overwhelming evidence.
     
  19. ScarlettScarpetta

    ScarlettScarpetta When the going gets tough, drink coffee

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    IF my brother had the bones of someone burned in his fire pit, Her car on his property, his blood and dna in and on her car, that would be enough for me to see the evidence was pretty conclusive.
    The problem I have is that the evidence is there to convict. Not just one or two things but a mountain.
     
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    Everything just seems so far fetched to me, I have a hard time wrapping my head around how this guy could have the worst luck possible. Most of go through are life without being found guilty of a crime we didn't commit (that is horrible don't get me wrong) but then to then have a murdered person remains be found on your property, as you are the last one to be known to see her? And then the theory that everything was planted there, but the people that planted the evidence weren't the actual ones that commited the murder? I can't get behind that. I am obviously the odd one out here, but its my opinion. IMO.
     
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