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Making a Murderer (Netflix Original Series)

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    RedStorm
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    Surprised in the popularity of this program. Production seems just like a typical court TV series or dateline episode. I’m only 2 episodes in but have found nothing special about it.

    What CoreModels said.

    I’m not sure what you were expecting in terms of production value. The bulk of the episodes take place in 2005. Technology has changed quite a bit in the last 10 years.

    The popularity of the show is not because of the production value, or lack thereof. For me, it really got interesting after episode 4. If the story just isn’t your thing, then it’s not your thing. I don’t see why the perceived “production value” would have anything to do with it.

    #1110818
    lazyfish
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    so 610 WTVN is pushing the rebutting a murderer podcast, any thoughts?

    http://www.iheart.com/show/139-Rebutting-a-Murderer/

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    Coremodels
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    so 610 WTVN is pushing the rebutting a murderer podcast, any thoughts?

    http://www.iheart.com/show/139-Rebutting-a-Murderer/

    I read far enough to see “Dan O’Donnell counters the defense’s claim that Brendan Dassey’s was coerced” and realized whatever show they are doing is nonsense.

    You can claim there is lots of stuff the documentary didn’t show, but what it did show…in crystal clarity…was Brendan Dassey being coerced repeatedly.

    #1111274
    lazyfish
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    If you think Steven Avery was framed, this piece by Kathryn Schulz might be cause to think again.
    Dead Certainty
    How “Making a Murderer” goes wrong.

    BY KATHRYN SCHULZ

    http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/01/25/dead-certainty?

    #1111275
    Coremodels
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    If you think Steven Avery was framed, this piece by Kathryn Schulz might be cause to think again.

    The thing is, you can absolutely believe he was framed without having an ounce of surety regarding his innocence. I think too many people have made that jump in logic, personally, and have serious doubts about his innocence.

    Even guilty people deserve a fair trial without compromised evidence and police misconduct. He didn’t have that.

    #1111276
    Snarf
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    Most of the people who think he’s guilty are Trump supporters.

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    lazyfish
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    yes, big Trump supporters at the New Yorker.

    #1111627
    Jeffersin
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    What CoreModels said.

    The popularity of the show is not because of the production value, or lack thereof. For me, it really got interesting after episode 4. If the story just isn’t your thing, then it’s not your thing. I don’t see why the perceived “production value” would have anything to do with it.

    The series was created for entertainment, why wouldn’t production value have anything to do with it?

    #1111628

    RedStorm
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    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>RedStorm wrote:</div>
    What CoreModels said.

    The popularity of the show is not because of the production value, or lack thereof. For me, it really got interesting after episode 4. If the story just isn’t your thing, then it’s not your thing. I don’t see why the perceived “production value” would have anything to do with it.

    The series was created for entertainment, why wouldn’t production value have anything to do with it?

    Then you missed the point.

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