I know it's not paranormal but it does involve a conspiracy. I also hear a rumor about a sex cult operating around the area at the time.
Did he did do it /x/?
That's a fucking bomb shell 3 part video of true.
>satanic sex cult filled with prominent people that believes they speak to Satan in the basement
>him catching a group of people over the sand dunes
>him seeing Avery at the gas station
>murder took place Halloween night (which fits the satanic cult theory)
>prosecutor found texting women weird perverted shit
The documentary is obviously bias and it's said they left out important evidence that is highly questionable to Avery's innocence. Nevertheless the police department is full of corrupted pigs who should die for the better part of humanity. The fact the investigation is done by the cops he was suing is outrageous. The conflict of interests in this case causes us to believe that Avery may very well be innocent but because this investigation was done by pigs and probably tampered with the evidence, we will not now. He may also very well be guilty but this police department is full of degenerates. The DNA was contaminated and they still used it in court. I really hope the police suffer for this in the near future.
Idk whether he murdered the girl or not but the police conducting the investigation has been shown to be incompetent and corrupt causing everyone to believe in Avery's innocence when he might just be guilty.
1. The nephew wasn't involved. The cops coerced him in and once he gave his confession he was fucked.
2. The cops were corrupt
>the licence plate phone call
>the needle hole in blood vile
3. I still have come to a conclusion if he did it or not, but if I was on that jury I couldn't of found him guilty.
Does anyone have a source on all this "left out" evidence I keep hearing about?
>Does anyone have a source on all this "left out" evidence I keep hearing about?
If you look up Ken Kratz speaking about the doc, it's covered in one or two articles I read. There's additional DNA evidence not presented in the doc, there's phone calls from Steven Avery to Teresa Halbach, there's people he met in jail who he told that he was going to build a torture/rape room to kill women (or something like that) and other stuff like that. Still no smoking gun, as far as I'm concerned, though I also haven't decided if he really did it.
IMO, he was involved somehow (maybe he didn't even know it), and he had a criminal history that includes burglary and animal cruelty, which are early sings of a violent criminal. That, coupled with the fact the he grew up in a white trash hill billy family, the cops and lawyers did a preemptive strike and had him arrested early before he could hurt or kill anyone later. Its fucked, but it happens especially in small hick places like this. Moral of the story don't associate with white trash, niggers or any kind of criminal type
Also theres some talk now that the doc is Biased, leaving out certain information just to get hype, and everyone's busy eating it up to care so im taking this with a grain of salt until the popularity dies down
Always keep in mind documentaries are not news. They don't even pretend to treat everything equally. They present the POV and argument the creator wants out there. Heavy bias.
I haven't seen this but the little I hear makes me indifferent. Guy sounds like he should be behind bars. I'm not soft enough to care how that happens.
I'm in the same boat where I'm not sure if he did it or not, all I know is that there were serious issues with his case and there was more than reasonable doubt presented based on the evidence. I would not have been able to vote guilty if I was a juror.
I've watched the entire series so I am aware of that and think he's disgusting but if it's evidence that was presented at trial, I'd want to hear it anyway. I also believe that the police most likely did tamper with/plant evidence and that there was shady shit going on but that doesn't necessarily prove that Avery is innocent. I do believe Dassey is innocent though.
>I haven't seen this but the little I hear makes me indifferent. Guy sounds like he should be behind bars
So you don't know the circumstances and it sounds like you probably don't know all of the facts, but you think he should definitely be in prison for a crime he might be innocent of? Hope you're never called as a juror in my county.
Which violent criminal past are you talking about? As far as I know, the most violent things he's done are intentionally killing a cat by lighting it on fire and threatening a woman with an unloaded gun.
And aside from that, since when do we lock people up in America for crimes that they didn't commit because we disapprove of them and think they might be a threat to our safety? He went to trial for those prior offenses and served jail time. That's all he owed. And because of this perception of his character he already served 18 years for a violent crime he definitely didn't commit. But he should be in jail now whether he's guilty or not? Is this really an attitude that you support?
I completely agree with you. People are to stupid to understand psychology. Something that you did at 18 you wouldn't even dream of doing when your 36. It seems like those posters rather believe that he did something bad so he's a bad person and should therefore be in prison because he "might" have done it. Jesus, go kill yourselves anons.
God you should die so your idiocy doesn't spread. He lived in a hick town and he admitted he fucked up and hung around with the wrong people. He served his time. Now the fact you would rather have an innocent man locked up because you see him as a danger is degenerate. The cop investigating the murder were the very ones he was suing. He might just be guilty but we'll never know because as another poster stated earlier, the police in that hick town are incompetent pigs out for revenge. They contaminated the evidence and still used it in court. I'm not saying he's innocent but the police there are pretty fucked up and if you believe everything they concluded you really should just stick a gun in your mouth and pull the trigger. I'm still waiting for the Keith Morrison episode soon and then will I draw my own conclusions. The conflict of interests in this case sticks out like a sore thumb.
>I know it's not paranormal
Doesn't have to be
Read the fucking rule, newfag