A thrill ride of an opening episode raises interesting questions about corruption and conspiracy (or lack thereof), and culminates with a cliffhanger worthy of Breaking Bad.
FOR a tantalising few months in 2016, it seemed Brendan Dassey was going to be freed. Some 10 years and 10 months after he was arrested on suspicion of rape and murder, an appeal against his conviction succeeded. However, the “Dassey freed” headlines and triumphant tweets proved premature, as the Attorney General of Wisconsin lodged anContinue reading “It’s all too easy to make a murderer … even in Scotland”
The omission of key details and a lack of archive footage makes this a disjointed and unsatisfying account of a baffling crime.