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Hieronymus_Bot

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Just watched the Netflix documentary and really can't get over how incredible it was.  It definitely looked like it came right out of a Lincoln Lawyer book.  

I usually think that Michael paints it on a bit too much with the corruption in the system, but now I'll give him a little slack after watching this series.  Every 20 minutes or so I was saying to myself 'I don't believe it'.
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Just watched the Netflix documentary and really can't get over how incredible it was.  It definitely looked like it came right out of a Lincoln Lawyer book.  

I usually think that Michael paints it on a bit too much with the corruption in the system, but now I'll give him a little slack after watching this series.  Every 20 minutes or so I was saying to myself 'I don't believe it'.


Haven't seen it yet but looking forward to it.
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Why is this even a thread on here? They didn't talk to the family or the prosecuting attorney. It is costing the city of Manitowoc thousands of dollars and jamming up the city clerk's office with requests for information. Meanwhile the family is still suffering and Teresa is still dead. It's OJ all over again. So people across the country are thinking the scumbag is innocent or wavering on what they thought.
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Why is this even a thread on here? They didn't talk to the family or the prosecuting attorney. It is costing the city of Manitowoc thousands of dollars and jamming up the city clerk's office with requests for information. Meanwhile the family is still suffering and Teresa is still dead. It's OJ all over again. So people across the country are thinking the scumbag is innocent or wavering on what they thought.


Well, I didn't post this to get heavily involved in discussion about the trial. May I point out that you have done that. But, I'd just like to say that from my opinion what needs to be addressed as a matter of priority is the problems with the justice system, atleast in that state. The prosecution rejected the request to be interviewed and Mr Kratz (since proven to be quite a dodgy person) has had plenty to say since the documentary to show himself to be a victim.

If money is spent on fixing the process, it would be well spent.
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