Making a Murderer is one of the best critically received shows Netflix has created. However, ever since the 10 episodes of the documentary television series dropped on the streaming service, it posed a lot of questions.

Fans are left wondering what really happened the night that Teresa Halbach was tragically murdered in 2005. Before “Making a Murderer” Season 2 arrives, let’s take a look back to the infamous cases of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey.

Dassey’s coerced confession

Brendan Dassey is Steven Avery’s nephew who also was convicted for allegedly killing Teresa Halbach.

He was just 16 years old when the murder happened in 2005. In 2007, he was found guilty of first-degree murder, mutilation of a dead body and second-degree sexual assault. He received a life sentence in prison.

A federal judge overturned the younger prisoner’s conviction after they found out that he was coerced to admit the murder with police’s “false promises.” However, the Wisconsin Department of Justice requested to keep him imprisoned as they chose their new direction in the federal appeals court.

Avery’s wrongful conviction

Steven Avery, on the other hand, has a new lawyer in Kathleen Zellner. The 60-year-old attorney has been known for overturning wrongful convictions, which is also her advocacy. The conviction of the two men even has its own Reddit pages which are full of theories, assumptions and inquiries concerning the case’s old evidence.

In fact, the evidence is also being questioned inside the court rooms.

Wisconsin Judge Angela Sutkiewicz asked for another blood sample of Steven Avery for retesting.

There are also some theories that the skeletons found inside the prisoner’s property are not actually Teresa Halbach. The bones are even confirmed to be just “charred material” that matches the DNA of the victim’s mother. Hence, this evidence is not verified as the remains of a human.

The claim and disgrace

Meanwhile, former Calumet County, Wisconsin district attorney and “Making a Murderer” prosecutor Ken Krantz claimed that the Netflix documentary series is heavily edited to trick its viewers. Also, the lawyer revealed that he has left major key evidence to make Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey look innocent.

He also added that the show has ruined a lot of lives and reputations. He even described the television series as a “very good piece of entertainment,” which is very far from telling the truth and reality.

Making a Murderer” Season 2 is coming later in 2017 on Netflix.

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