Making A Murderer S2, what Netflix left out, again

Here we go again.  I work with Dan O'Donnell everyday. He's our midday host from 9-11 and he's also a lawyer and journalist who covered the Avery trial from start to finish.  He's worked tirelessly on this project the first time around, providing us with insight and evidence left out of the first "Making a Murderer". Now that Netflix released season two, Dan was back at it.  Here's the story from Fox news and a link to Dan's podcast.  

via Fox News by Stephanie Nolasco 

Dan O’Donnell is not giving up in his efforts to set the record straight about one of the most controversial crimes to be covered by Netflix.

The iHeartMedia talk show host is relaunching his podcast “Rebutting a Murderer,” which is timed to the release of Netflix’s Season 2 of their wildly popular docu-series “Making a Murderer.”

 Fans of the show will again be able to follow the story of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, who were convicted in 2007 of killing Wisconsin-based photographer Teresa Halbach two years earlier.

Halbach’s remains were found in the Avery family Manitowoc County salvage yard.
Though both men are serving life sentences for the murder, Avery claimed police framed him, while Dassey argued detectives coerced him into confessing that he helped Avery rape and kill Halbach.

But O’Donnell, a Milwaukee-based reporter who covered the case and appears throughout the series at various news conferences, is adamant the men are guilty.

Avery and Dassey have maintained their innocence for years and the documentary explores their push for freedom.

“The second season of ‘Rebutting a Murderer’ will again fill in ‘Making a Murderer’s’ gaps and tell the story that it won’t,” O’Donnell told Fox News.

The complete Fox story here > ‘Making a Murderer’ rebuttal podcast will ‘tell the story’ the crime doc refuses to show, says host


HERE'S THE LINK TO DAN'S PODCAST > Rebutting a Murderer

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