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What Errol Morris Thinks of Making a Murderer - Slate Magazine

The master documentarian on our true-crime fascination and the lessons of The Thin Blue Line. By Isaac Butler. errol morris. Steven Avery, Randall Adams, Errol Morris, and Robert Durst. Photo illustration by Slate. Photos courtesy of HBO, Netflix ...and more »

Are These Crime Drama Clues Fact or Fiction? - National Geographic

Steven Avery, featured in the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer, served 18 years in prison for rape before being exonerated by DNA in 2003. In 2007, he was convicted of murder, based partly on DNA evidence. Netflix. I'm often just as surprised by ...and more »

'Making a Murderer' Town's Answer to Netflix Series: You Don't Know - New York Times

MANITOWOC, Wis. — In the tourism office here, where workers are accustomed to cheery inquiries about Manitowoc County's best jogging paths and beach views, the questions have suddenly turned dark: How could you possibly promote tourism in such a ...and more »

Where Were the Usual Suspects in 'Making a Murderer'? - Pacific Standard

No one would ever accuse Making a Murderer of not sweating the details. The Netflix documentary series, released in December, is based on a decade of research by directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos. The series itself—chronicling how one ...and more »

The vocation and faith of 'Making a Murderer' defense attorney Jerry Buting - National Catholic Reporter

Six years ago, while working on the staff at a parish in suburban Milwaukee, I led a small group of adults through a 30-week process of prayer, reflection, education and action in the Catholic social justice tradition. The program, one of the offerings ...and more »

What real witch trials can teach us about Making a Murderer - Business Insider

Imprisoned for eighteen years for a sexual assault he did not commit, and finally released in 2003 after fresh DNA evidence emerged, Steven and his nephew were arrested in 2005 and tried in 2007 for the murder of young photographer Teresa Halbach, who ...and more »

'Making a Murderer' prosecutor Ken Kratz is writing a book about the case and asked Steven Avery to confess - Business Insider

Ken Kratz, the prosecuting attorney in the trial of "Making a Murderer" subject Steven Avery, is writing a book. The former district attorney of Calumet County, Wisconsin, told WBAY-TV that he has wanted to write the book since Netflix released "Making ...and more »

The Atmosphere Around 'Making A Murderer' Is Changing. Here's Why. - Decider

There's a lot of information out there and even more think pieces and theories. While I think we all started from the same outraged place after initially viewing the series, the tone around the Netflix original has been changing in the past couple of ...and more »

'Making a Murderer' Trial Inspired Reporter to Go Into Law - RollingStone.com

Steven Avery on the opening day of his 2007 murder trial, as covered in the Netflix docuseries 'Making a Murderer.' Credit: Morry Gash/AP. By Tessa Stuart. January 26, 2016. More News. 'Making a Murderer' Star Reporter on Sudden Interest in Case ...and more »

“Dateline NBC” joins media frenzy with own take on the Steven Avery case - Isthmus

“Right now murder is hot,” said an unnamed Dateline NBC producer midway through the 10-episode Netflix documentary series about convicted Wisconsin murderer Steven Avery (at the 27:04 mark of episode four, if you want to cue it up). “That's what ...and more »