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P would be found in the vial but not in the blood found in the carThis is all good stuff Why it takes Griesbach 150 pages to get down to business is anybody s guess He spends an inordinate amount of time talking about how hard it was to be a Manitowoc County prosecutor after the documentary came out about his kids about how he trusts his wife s judgment about how his dad taught philosophy his thoughts on the sacredness of Christmas Eve really Most infuriating he tries to build suspense by suggesting that maybe just maybe Avery was actually innocent after all Obviously anyone interested in this case is interested having watched Making A Murderer And Most People Murderer and most people watched Making *A MURDERER THINK AVERY IS INNOCENT *Murderer think Avery is innocent Griesbach to try and re create this
suspense is cheap a waste of time and terribly xecuted I actually is cheap a waste of time and terribly Comfort And Joy executed I actually giving this book both 1 star and 3 stars Three stars because the analysis of the actualvidence and the consideration of the possibility that he was framed are so xpertly done and a sorely needed antidote to the inexcusable bias the documentarians brought to their project But 1 star because it takes him so long to get to the point and also What about Brendan Dassey Griesbach treats Dassey s conviction as an afterthought giving all of one chapter to xplain why he thought Dassey s confession was truthful As persuasive as Griesbach is on the subject of Avery s guilt he is Fitness for Geeks: Real Science, Great Nutrition, and Good Health eually unpersuasive on Dassey s This is a true flaw to those of us already believe that Avery is probably guilty but Dassey is possibly notMoreover Griesbach seems completely oblivious to howgregiously law nforcement behaved in this case ven though Avery was guilty Even if the police didn t plant any Cause Of Fear evidence in this case their very presence at the crime scene as defendants in a lawsuit brought by the suspect would cast doubt on anything they found Griesbach is willing to consider the possibility that police misbehavior put an innocent man in prison but the realistic possibility that by compromisingvidence the police risked letting a guilty man go free doesn t occur to himIf you really think Steven Avery is innocent please give Griesbach the chance to prove you wrong Just start at page 104 I have no problem with the author s conclusions that the producers of Making of a Murderer presented a biased account of the investigation the producers ignored relevant vidence downplayed behavior that Avery ngaged in that was uite troubling and made much of things that are The Game of Love easilyxplained the needle hole in the blood tube The reason I gave this one star is it is the worst written book I have come across I gave up on it for a while and returned and finished it because I wanted to see the vidence the author gave to support his argument It was tough to finish because he never makes a clear point but rather talks about how he reacted to news or better put overreacted to news He will come across a statement of a witness and ask himself whether he is completely wrong in his belief that Avery was the killer I hope that this was not the way he behaved as a prosecutor and it is not the way any rational individual should behave You should consider new vidence but wait to jump to any conclusions I think the real problem is that he had a good 20 page ssay but wanted to write a full length book We get all these pointless stories and breathless responses to new vidence all of which is shown to have no impact in assessing Avery s guilt Was this self published What ditor allowed this to go to market Getting both sidesI highly recommend reading this book specially if you have seen the documentary Making a murderer It shows the The Lady in Pink evidence that the filmmakersdited out and gives the reader some background into the life of Steven Avery I personally think Avery killed Halbach but that Dassey s involvement was minimal I want to be very clear that I am NOT on the Avery is an angel bandwagon I checked this out of the library to get insight into the crime and to go through the Eyes evidence that was glossed over in the Netflix documentary There is some of thatbut in order to get to it you have to read Griesbach s narcissistic ramblings about how vital he is to manitowoc county howssential he was in freeing Avery initially and how disappointed he was that he wasn t in the documentary You have to read his blow by blow account of watching the documentary and being too busy to chat about it around the Prosecutorial water cooler but not too busy to check the rankings of his book I did not go to this book I was sucked into the Making A Murderer drama when it came out As with veryone lse I uestioned the conviction but before I made me decision I did my research and the direction the show went was very one sid. Murderer Michael Griesbach a prosecutor and member of Wisconsin's Innocence Project who had been instrumental in Avery's 2003 Sinner's Heart exoneration was targeted on social media threatened and plagued by doubt Now in this suspenseful thorough narrative he recounts his own rexamination of the vidence in light of the whirlwind of controversy stirred up by the blockbuster true crime seriesAs Griesbach carefully reviews allegations of tampering and planted vidence the confession by Avery's developmentally disabled nephew Brendan Dassey and statements by Avery's former girlfriend Jodi Stachowski previously sealed documents deem. Should ve been titled The Unmaking of a Documentary to see the sleight of hand performed by some very gifted documentary a Documentary Interesting to see the of hand performed by some very gifted documentary in depicting a previously wrongly convicted man as the victim of a shadycorruptineptvengeful law Spirit of the Wolf enforcement operation in his current conviction as a murderer Interesting to see some of the vital bits ofvidence omitted from the documentary and how these omissions helped shape popular opinion Let me just sayI only got through two A Vineyard Christmas episodes of the the documentary and as fascinating as it was at first All I kept thinking was wrongfully convicted for a second time Nope Noway I m actually glad I picked up this book at the library Your always told there are two sides tovery story right At least in this book unlike the documentary The author really does try to distinguish what is really going on Mind you it was a really slow start and I almost put it down for good a few times He does get to all the facts In my mind Steven Avery is absolutely guilty This just kind of reinforced that If you watched the documentary I would suggest doing a bit research as that is all one sided My thoughts I think he completely thought he could get away with this He was wrongfully convicted of a crime and I think he knew that would work in his favor They planted Een Bijzondere Vorm Van Osteosclerose evidencetc I call bs Yet that seems to be working a bit for him doesn t it I think he s smarter than people think and a lot vil than they realize If you binge watched Making a Murderer you need to read this actual police documentation versus the highly dited docu series It s worth the read then form your opinions Steven Avery killed Teresa HalbachI was pretty sure of it after watching Making a Murderer and I m 100% sure of it having read this book More precisely I m 100% sure of it after reading the final 80 pages of this 230 page book the first 150 pages of which are pure filler written at a ninth grade levelWhen Griesbach finally gets to the point as the book s tag line promises the Missing Truth about the Halbach murder he s xcellent As a prosecutor in Manitowoc County WI he s obviously biased as were the makers of Making a Murderer but it s impossible to argue with his analysis of why it s clear Avery committed murderThe vidence of his guilt most of which is actually in the documentary despite the book describing it as missing is just overwhelming Halbach was last seen driving into Avery s salvage yard to photograph a vehicle for AutoTrader magazine Soon after her bones and cell phone were found in a burn pit in his yard his blood was found in her car her car was found on his property and bullets that were determined to have been fired from his gun were found with her DNA on them in his garageThe documentary would have us believe that this Hot Shot (North Ridge Book 3) evidence was planted by Manitowoc County police in order to frame Avery who was suing the county for 36 million over a wrongful rape convictionTo believe that the police planted all thisvidence you would have to Math Basics 6 explain how they managed to find bullets fired from his gun and with her DNA on them And most convincingly to me you d have toxplain why the lab sample of Avery s
Blood The Police Supposedly Stole To Plant the police supposedly stole to plant blood in Halbach s car had a preservative in it that was not found in the blood in her carWhere Griesbach is most helpful is not in pointing out this primary Voyage to the Underworld (Star Wars Missions, evidence whichven the documentary attempting to The First Ghost exonerate him for the most part acknowledges It s in pointing out how lucky the police and the actual killer have gotten if Avery didn t commit the murderWhoever killed her must have been overjoyed after the fact to learn that Avery just happened to be seen setting a large bonfire in the pit where Halbach s remains were found on the night of the murder Avery had been calling Halbach repeatedly with a 67 to conceal the number he was calling from that on the day of the murder he made 11 calls only two of which were done with 67 and these were both to to Halbach before the murder that he actually called her once that day without the 67 after she was dead obviously to make it appear he didn t know she was deadthat he called her magazine a few days later to say she never came when multiple witnesses saw her driving onto his property and he later told police she did come that he made the appointment for her to come photograph his sister s car in his sister s name using his sister s numberven though she told him she didn t want to sell the car again concealing his identity that witnesses saw him cleaning his garage the night of the murder Oh yeah and that no vidence that anyone lse might have committed the murder has Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!: 4 Keys to Unlock Your Business Potential ever been found And also just hope that the preservative that was in the blood sample you stole out of thevidence locku. An insider xposes the shocking facts deliberately left out of the hit Netflix series Making a Murderer and argues persuasively that Steven Avery was rightfully convicted in the 2005 killing of Teresa HalbachAfter serving ighteen years for a crime he didn't commit Steven Avery was freed and filed a thirty six million dollar lawsuit against Manitowoc County Wisconsin But before the suit could be settled Avery was arrested again this time for the brutal murder of Teresa Halbach and through the office of a special prosecutor convicted once When the saga xploded onto the public consciousness with the airing of Making Ed This book takes all the facts into
ACCOUNT I CAN T BELIEVE THEI can t believe the of people who would sign a petition to have a criminal released without doing their t believe the amount of people who would sign a petition to have a criminal released without doing their Not verything you see on tv is the way things are Don t be sheep There can be spoilersjust be awareI read this because I like so manysaw the Netflix seriesand knowing how things can be slanted one direction felt it was only fair to see the other sideRight from the beginning Griesback states over and over how he was going to be impartialand at first I believed himbut about page 80 100 he started to show that he was not impartial and was at least leaning toward guiltyas the book moved forward he made multiple comments about the confession as if it was goldenthe Smokin' Hot evidence as if it was perfectwhen the officer called in to check the license plate for Halbach s carbefore it was foundthe reason the office gave was because he many times would call and have a license ran just to refresh his mind about itwhathe called a number to have it runand he knew what it wasbut just wanted to have it checked to check his memory when he can call in anytime but to Griesbachthis made perfect senseThe key falling out of the bookcasethe officers saidhe was getting irritatedat the bookcaseeven though he could pick it upmove itshake ithe shook it hardbecause he was getting irritated with itdidn tvidently get irritated with any other pieces of furniturejust this onethat just happened to have the key hidden in itGriesbach saysabsolutelyhe never talked about the officer checking the car without signing indidn t find any blood in the trailereven though they cut her throatand shot her multiple timesbecause in many instances there is no blood sprayso no blood in the trailerno problemfound the bullet under the air compressorafter whatfour other checks and the reason wasit was underneath a large piece of Placing Memory euipmentso they didn t move it before they didn t look underneath it really Griesbach saysyepmakes total sensethe bullet in the crack in the floorlooked like a nailheadmust be lots of nails in concrete floors up therebut down hereunless it is a concrete nailand so they see itand it doesn t fit the rest of the floorbut never before noticed it or tried to move itGriesbach says yepthey must really suck up there atvidence collectionThey found skull piecesand bone fragmentsbut why only fragmentsshouldn t her whole skeleton be there cremation reuires incredibly high tempsbut there were pieces leftthey only found a few bulletseven though it was said they shot her about ten timesGriesbach saysmakes sensethe other bullets were no doubt in her headif sowhy were they not found in the fire no problem for Griesbachthey just vaporatedleaving the car and just putting some branches on itdon t want to crush itcause that would make noiseso he was leaving it for laterlater for what they had a pile of cars waiting to be crushedwhy not do itthat gets rid of that problembut he didn tsays that Avery wasn t that organizedbut was vidently organized nough to completely clean a trailer and garageGriesbach says Avery was very cleanso this wasn t a surprisehe was such a clean person he missed bullet fragments laying in the middle of the garage floorThere was another suspect right from the beginningand he was not pursuedhis wife called and said she thought her husband had something to do with itthe police didn t pursue itGriesbach says laterthe man and wife moved from the stateand since she stayed with himshe must have decided that he had nothing to do with itbecause of courseno woman has ver stayed with a man out of fearthe confessionhe doesn t talk about the phone call that was made to his mother saying he didn t do it and that they got into his headdidn t talk about the drawing that was directed by the guy uestioning himbecause no one Wanton Nights ever has had a false confessionespecially a person of lower intelligencealso leaves out the fact that without the confession they additional search warrant would be invalidGriesbach also talks about the jurorsand leaves out how at the beginning only three were for convictionand that the one juror says they were bulliedThere are many details about Avery that are disturbingand many details that were left out of the seriesand these gave me issues to contemplatebut reasonable doubtsorrystill have itas a matter of factif this is him being impartialwell I feel for the people of Wisconsinthere were many detailsI got this from the librarywould never pay for itand would recommend you notitherread it if you are interestedI think anyone who watched the show shouldbut I would NOT give this man any money for it I don t disagree with his conclusions but it was painful getting there He could asily made the same argument in about 100 pages less. Ed inadmissible at trial by Judge Patrick L Willis and a little known plausible alternate suspect Griesbach shows how the filmmakers' agenda the accused man's dramatic backstory and sensational media coverage have clouded the truth about Steven AveryNow as Avery's defense counsel files an appeal and prepares to do battle in the courtroom once Griesbach fights to set the record straight determined that vidence should be followed where it leads and justice should be served for as surely as our legal system should not send an innocent man to prison neither should it let a guilty man walk free Includes 16 pages of photo.