Making a Murderer Part 2 will focus on the fight to free Brendan Dassey

Netflix have revealed that the second chapter of their hit true crime documentary series Making a Murderer will be available globally on the streaming service from October 19. It's been almost three years since the first series launched, with countless similar true crime documentaries following in its wake hoping to capture some of the public appetite whipped up by the murder conviction of Steve Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey. Emmy Award-winning filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos return to Wisconsin to pick up the story of the two men who, they believe, were wrongfully convicted. The first series was filmed across 10 years, following the death of a woman named Penny Bernstein in

Anatomy of a False Confession: The Interrogation and Conviction of Brendan Dassey. A Conversation wi

It was March 1st, 2006, the Mishicot sky threatened snowfall as a vulnerable 16 year old Brendan Dassey unbeknownst to his mother, family or self was literally hours away from being indicted on a first-degree murder charge. An intellectually limited Dassey with no comprehension of the pernicious situation he found himself in, succumbed to the guilt presumptive REID interrogation technique, as he falsely confessed to the murder of local photographer Teresa Halbach. Do you think I can get there before one twenty-nine? “We wanna be able to tell people that Brendan was honest…he’s honest, he’s a good guy. He’s gonna go places in his life” Twelve years on Detective Wiegert's captious statement ri

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