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What I’ve Been Watching: Knox, Cage, Westworld

Amanda Knox on Netflix is a shorter version of Making a Murderer. Shorter because there isn’t much evidence that Knox had anything to do with the murder of her housemate. The documentary has extensive interviews with the lead investigator, a blowhard who likens himself to Sherlock Holmes but whose idea of deduction is that the murderer must have been […] The post What I’ve Been Watching: Knox, Cage, Westworld appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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