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Appeals Court Denies New Trial For “Making A Murderer” Subject Brendan Dassey

The 7th Circuit ruled that his confession to aiding in a rape and murder when he was 16 was not coerced.
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Making a Murderer subject Brendan Dassey won’t be home for Christmas, and he’ll miss WrestleMania again after the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a 2016 ruling that the confession he gave in the 2005 murder of Wisconsin ...

Judge rules that 'Making a Murderer''s Brendan Dassey's confession was coerced.

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A federal appeals panel ruled that the murder confession made by Brendan Dassey, one of the subjects of the Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer, was coerced, reports the Los Angeles Times. In 2007, Dassey was was found guilty, alo...

Appeals Court Denies New Trial For 'Making A Murderer' Subject Brendan Dassey

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In a case featured in Netflix’s documentary series “Making a Murderer,” a federal court ruled Friday that Brendan Dassey’s confession in the 2005 Wisconsin murder of Teresa Halbach was not coerced and denied him a new trial.


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