The Docket: Making a Murderer After Show – Episode 4

January 22, 2016

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An unexpected confession casts doubt on Steven Avery’s role in the murder case, but the new suspect gives conflicting accounts of what occurred – oh and we are introduced to one of the worst criminal defence lawyers ever – Len Kachinsky.

Kachinsky speaks to the media and opines that Brandan Dassey, HIS CLIENT, is ‘morally and legally responsible’ and then public suggests a plea deal – all befor speaking Brandan. Meanwhile Steven Avery’s lawyers wrestle with the ethical dilemma of how to deal with Kachinsky’s incompetence.

After Dassey’s confession is inexplicably admitted into evidence Kachinsky extracts another confession from his client and fights against Brandan’s request for a new lawyer who believes in him.

The prosecution says some crazy shit, the media foams at the mouth, and new questions are raised about possible police misconduct.

So just a typical day in Manitowoc Wisconsin.

This week we are again joined by special guest, former Supreme Court of Canada judge and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour (who scolds me for swearing).

We also have some new art from an awesome young designer Parker Mazerolle – serious he is crazy good.

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