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What Errol Morris Thinks of Making a Murderer - Slate Magazine

Before Making a Murderer, before The Jinx, before Serial, there was The Thin Blue Line, Errol Morris' 1988 documentary investigation into the murder of a police officer named Robert Wood in Dallas in 1976. A drifter named Randall Adams was convicted of ...and more »

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

I'm often just as surprised by what forensic scientists can't do as by what they can. In the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer, for instance, the question of whether police planted the main character's blood at a crime scene comes down to whether ...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 »

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 »

'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 »

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

This article contains spoilers for Making a Murderer. Making a Murderer (2015-), the latest documentary offering by Netflix, tells the true story of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey. Imprisoned for eighteen years for a sexual assault he did ...and more »

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

AP 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 ...and more »

Making a Mockery - Huffington Post

Ever since the docuseries, Making a Murderer, came out on Netflix, the internet has been abuzz. But I ignored it. When my brother called and told me to watch it, I ignored him. But once he explained what it was about, I was intrigued. I moved to ...and more »

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

The Making a Murderer phenomenon marches on. “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 ...and more »

'Making a Murderer' Star Reporter on the Questions That Nag Him - RollingStone.com

Making a Murderer viewers know Aaron Keller as the handsome reporter asking tough questions. (You might even call his "the face that launched a thousand thirsty tweets.") Keller began covering the case for NBC26 in Green Bay the day Teresa Halbach was ...and more »