Based on 10 votes and 3 reviews
Good job on season 2. After watching this, I watched a documentary about people on death row and learned that the American justice system is a system of no justice. They sentence innocent people to the death penalty on flimsy circumstantial evidence. The police, the DA, and most judges are not to be trusted. Not only for black people, but white and Hispanic. You can be sentenced to death for "dangerous driving" if you have the bad fortune to kill someone who was not visible due to dark clothing, no lighting, etc. It's considered the same as a planned out murder. There is something very wrong with that. Not only that but juries are filled with prejudiced idiots. The US is a dangerous place. I'm so thankful I don't live there.
The state of Wisconsin has already robbed him of almost 40 years of his life. It's time to face up to the fact that the police are corrupt and someone please let him go free. His parents need him home. I am afraid they'll die before ever seeing him go free. It must eat away at them and cause so much stress to know he's innocent, but corrupt, evil people just force him to stay in prison.
His new lawyer Kathleen Zellner is amazing. If anyone can get him out, it would be her. But seeing what happened to Brendan, with three judges saying he was forced into giving that false confession and overturning the sentence, only to have the corrupt state of Wisconsin insist he stay in there, I feel she needs a miracle. As in, all the corrupt people (including the new female judge that refuses everything proposed to her) be arrested and put in jail and fresh, open-minded good people be assigned to their jobs. Because the state and the police are 100% corrupt. Wisconsin looks like a frightening place. I would never travel there. I would go to Mexico before I would go to Wisconsin.