Yesterday, I finished watching Making a Murderer, a true-crime documentary series that put me through so much emotional turmoil that my blood pressure is still high. I saw two innocent men get framed by the police, who went so far as to plant DNA evidence and to coerce a mentally-challenged teenager into giving false testimony about horrific crimes that he had not committed. If you’re interested in how the US justice system really works, this documentary will blow your mind and rip your heart out. Trailer and episode 1 are below:
Write to Steven Avery at:
Steven Avery DOC #00122987
Waupun Correctional Institution
P.O. Box 351
Waupun, WI 53963-0351
Rules for sending mail, money and property.
Write to Brendan Dassey at:
Brendan Dassey DOC #00516985
P.O. Box 19033
Green Bay, WI 54307-9033
Rules for sending mail and money to Brendan.
If you are worried about the prison "losing" the mail, you can send your letters to Al and Dolores (Steven's parents) or Barbara Tadych (Brendan's mum) at:
Avery's Auto Salvage
12930 Avery Rd.
Two Rivers Wi. 54241
The family will relay messages sent via letters back to them when Steven and Brendan call home. They appreciate all of the help and support they are receiving.
Click here for Update 3 - Response From Innocence Project
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