Steven Avery: Guilty of Teresa Halbach's Murder? #2

Discussion in 'Netflix Series: Making A Murderer' started by bessie, Jan 14, 2016.

  1. jumpdates

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    According to my research, I have analysis the whole incident so if we talk about the "Steven Avery" that done this kind of ridiculous things. I can't diastase this kind of incidents because this is not a valid case but if we careful for future so definitely, we will not listen to this kind of cases.
     


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    jumpdates Emma Ritter

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    According to my research, I have analysis the whole incident so if we talk about the "Steven Avery" that done this kind of ridiculous things. I can't diastase this kind of incidents because this is not a valid case but if we careful for future so definitely, we will not listen to this kind of cases.
     
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    jonmarbles Active Member

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    brendan is certanly innocent im not sure about avery though
     
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    I live in the area, and believe me, Making of a Murderer left out a lot. SA is guilty. Why no DNA? SA lipped off in Prison how he would perform the perfect murder if he was ever released for the Rape he was innocent of. He had a long time to plan it and yes I believe everything was covered in plastic. The Prisoners he served with said he just plotted his revenge all the time, he just thought he'd get away with it. Former Inmates were the only ones, not surprised when they heard he was up on Murder charges. JMO, but I have issues with BD whole interrogation. His Attorney certainly was of no use for him. BD should be released.
     
  5. missy1974

    missy1974 Well-Known Member

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    I've read pretty much everything to do with this case... I have slacked off a bit the last year or so, so maybe I missed it, but do you have any links supporting 'he was plotting his revenge'?

    I do agree that MaM left out a lot, there was just no way that it could cover absolutely everything, but the stuff they left out goes both ways IMO I am past the MaM netflix show though, and actually can barely remember it now lol I watched it once when it first came out.... and didn't even finish the second one because it was all stuff I knew already.

    I also agree about BD, he shouldn't be where he is. JMO

    I think the State is expected to reply to KZ's latest filing sometime in the next few weeks. Ridiculous how slow the legal process is IMO
     
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    scottrey12 New Member

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    hello every one
    Well The evidence against Steven Avery was overwhelming and convincing beyond a reasonable doubt. The defense ably made numerous suggestions of police planting, but didn't come close to proving it and that's why it lost at trial.

    The cumulative evidence, I think, was too much to ignore. Yes, from a certain mindset it's possible to pick some things apart as "suspect" by approaching items singularly. But combined, the evidence makes it nigh-impossible that Steven Avery didn't kill Teresa. There's just too much to explain away.
     
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    Tippy Lynn Well-Known Member

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    The link is a third party app?
     

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