The Docket: Making a Murderer After Show – Episode 5
Alright! It’s time to sit back and talk about Episode 5 of Netflix’s super popular docu-series Making a Murderer.
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This week we are again joined by special guest, former Supreme Court of Canada judge and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour.
And we finally get into the courtroom. The prosecution does a 180 on Brandon Dassey’s evidence – despite the fact they have been trumpeting Dassey’s statement as proof of Avery’s guilt in public, in court (where it can actually be tested by the defence) the prosecution intends to bury it.
After all, the damage to Avery’s presumption of innocence has already been done.
Meanwhile, the defence begins to sow the seeds of police misconduct that have the potential to call into question the entire investigation.
The prosecution whines, the judge tried to shut down the defence and the wheels of a potential wrongful conviction really start to turn.
We also have some new art from an awesome young designer Parker Mazerolle – serious he is crazy good – go check out his work.
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