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'Making A Murderer' Updates: Brendan Dassey's Acquittal Overruled; Investigators Insist On Avery's Guilt

By Donna Marie Lapena Padua , Feb 17, 2017 04:20 AM EST
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Brendan Dassey might stay in prison a little more longer as the court reportedly learns he voluntarily confessed the crime and was not forced by the investigators. (Photo : Wochit Entertainment/Youtube)

The Halbach Case that Netflix follows through its "Making a Murderer" is once again plagued by confusing revelations as Brendan Dassey's acquittal might be overruled for good. New claims point that Dassey was never forced to confess, and fans believe that this might keep him locked up for a lifetime. Meanwhile, one of the investigators shed light to questions about the case and evidence during a live interview.

It can be recalled that a judge overturned Dassey's lifetime sentence in August last year. However, he was kept behind the bars, following the prosecutors' appeal to keep him in prison until the case comes down to its final conclusion. However, the little hope that Dassey holds on to have once again been shaken as recent reports claim that his acquittal might be overruled as the court hearing his case learned that he voluntarily did the confession. The decision will come after the appeal be addressed this week.

Following this, Dassey's mother, Barbara Tadych, furiously reacted as she swore on the prosecutor who got the boy imprisoned, Ken Kratz. She says that the prosecutor, along with the chief interrogators, Mark Wiegert and Tom Fassbender, and Dassey's court-appointed attorney, Len Kachinsky worked together to pin the murder on her son Steven Avery. She also insisted that her son was forced as the officers took advantage of Dassey's low mental abilities that can be compared to a 9-year-old kid.

Kratz is releasing another book, "Un-making a Murderer: The Framing of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey." Reports say that the prosecutor notes down how Dassey and Avery are guilty of the crime and that Netflix is presenting biased details on television in favor of the accused. Kratz said that there are a lot of details of the crime deleted by the network, basically to gain support for the two which only proves the docu-series is pure entertainment.

Meanwhile, one of the investigators of the Halbach case recently talked in a live news interview about updates of the crime investigation. It can be recalled that Avery's lawyers requested for a retest on the evidence which they were granted with late last year. However, the investigator speaking reveals the authenticity of the blood sample they presented in the court, saying that the specimen was tested for preservatives and was found negative of it. Furthermore, he said that Avery then had a cut on his finger which proves the high possibility to leave traces of his blood on the crime scene.

Netflix is releasing "Making a Murderer" season 2 later this year, and it is expected that fans will witness a major progress on the Halbach case.

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