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A couple of intrepid film-makers can spin a case any way they want, and millions eat up the ‘wronged man’ narrative about Steven Avery. But more and more, people are doubting the “Making A Murderer” documentary and say Avery looks guiltier by the day. Here’s why…
Avery had committed an act considered an indicator of violent crime against humans: cruelty to animals.
Still Following Avery’s Case
To many viewers, it speaks volumes that Ricciardi and Demos are still continuing to document this case. Even to them – say their critics – something doesn’t fit their biases.
Jodi Stachowski Turns
Demos had made a big deal of Jodi Stachowski, Avery’s ex-fiance, being supportive. But she recently admitted that she was a victim of his abuse, and that she suspects his guilt.
Is Avery Watching?
More and more viewers are wondering: Is Avery quietly controlling this process from behind the scenes?
Was Making A Murderer Fixed?
This, of course, is the ultimate suspicion. No elaborate reasons are needed. It just makes better TV if it fits the ‘innocent man framed’ narrative.
Did They Omit Evidence?
Ricciardi concedes they did – as part of the normal editing process. He also says nothing was omitted that might sway viewers. More and more, viewers aren’t so sure.
Avery’s Lie About Calling Teresa?
Why the fake name? Is this normal? It sounds like she was afraid of contact, and he was stalking.
The Blocked Calls
So does the fact that her phone showed she’d Star-67’d two attempted calls from Avery.
Told Inmates About Torture Chamber Dreams
When’s the last time YOU were remembered…by your fellow inmates…talking about your plans to build a torture chamber in order to catch, rape and kill women once you got out? Just your everyday home extension project?
The Fire Pit
Teresa’s bones were ‘intertwined’ with steel belts from Avery’s car. It would be almost impossible for the police to set that up