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Is Steven Avery from Making A Murderer Guilty? Rebutting A Murderer Podcast gives new facts and insights about the case

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    • 2.9 • 554 Ratings

Is Steven Avery from Making A Murderer Guilty? Rebutting A Murderer Podcast gives new facts and insights about the case

    S2 Ep 1: Experimentation

    S2 Ep 1: Experimentation

    As a new season of "Making a Murderer" opens, Dan O'Donnell debunks the experiments that Steven Avery's new attorney performs in an effort to prove his innocence.

    • 18 min
    S2 Ep 2: Brain Fingerprinting

    S2 Ep 2: Brain Fingerprinting

    "Making a Murderer" devotes a lot of attention to Steven Avery attorney Kathleen Zellner's words, but as Dan O'Donnell demonstrates, her actions tell a completely different story.

    • 19 min
    S2 Ep 3: Words and Deeds

    S2 Ep 3: Words and Deeds

    "Making a Murderer" devotes a lot of attention to Steven Avery attorney Kathleen Zellner's words, but as Dan O'Donnell demonstrates, her actions tell a completely different story.

    • 15 min
    S2 Ep 4: Unreasonable Reasoning

    S2 Ep 4: Unreasonable Reasoning

    Dan O'Donnell debunks "Making a Murder's" claims about a decision freeing Brendan Dassey and new evidence Steven Avery's attorney says could free him.

    • 18 min
    S2 Ep 5: Bloody Lies

    S2 Ep 5: Bloody Lies

    Dan O'Donnell answers the biggest untruths that Steven Avery and "Making a Murderer" have told this season.

    • 20 min
    S2 Ep 6: The Real Key

    S2 Ep 6: The Real Key

    Dan O'Donnell dismantles two of the most dishonest claims that Steven Avery's attorney makes in "Making a Murderer's" second season

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

2.9 out of 5
554 Ratings

554 Ratings

Wienerpants ,

Some facts, A LOT of opinion

When he gives facts that the documentary left out it’s actually thought provoking. But the majority of his rebuttals are opinion based and he falls into the the exact problem that he had with the series. He seems like the kind of guy who thinks anyone accused of a crime is guilty until proven innocent.

Gis622 ,

Excellent

This podcast is well done!

Amanda Wilson ,

Just no

I had to stop after the first episode when the host insinuated that the police were at no fault for convicting Steven in the rape case. In reality, Steven had an air tight alibi and wasn’t anywhere near where the rape occurred, which the host conveniently left out to try to make it seem like the police just did their best with what they had. After listening to only the first episode, it was clear the host was just as biased as MAM.

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