If you haven't heard or watched 'Making a Murderer,' you're missing out! It's truly a gut-gripping show, with a choking amount of twists and turns. As for myself, the series made me awfully upset.
Without giving too much away, the series follows Steven Avery and his case for the murder of Teresa Halbach. What makes it so upsetting to watch, is to see the many injustices created by the justice system, and it had failed to give a proper trial to Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey. Dassey was also convicted for having a connection to the murder of Halbach.
According to filmmakers of the Netflix docu-series, 'Making a Murderer,' a juror has come forward to reveal what had happened happened during the decision-making for their verdict.
On Tuesday (1/5/2016) morning's edition of the Today Show, filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos revealed that a juror shared important information about the trial.
“They believe that Steven was framed by law enforcement, and that he deserves a new trial, and if he receives a new trial, in their opinion it should take place far away from Wisconsin,” said Ricciardi.
“Obviously we asked this person, explain what happened, why did you cast your vote for guilty?” continued Demos. “And what they told us was that they feared for their personal safety.”
What do you think about the Netflix docu-series, 'Making a Murderer?'
Watch the clip of the interview here: