The Netflix 10-part documentary, "Making A Murderer," has cast a spotlight on the tactics used by the Manitowoc and Calumet County Sheriffs, the Wisconsin Department of Justice Div. Kratz's conduct especially galling is that he had to know he was breaching both ethical rules governing pre-trial publicity and special rules which expect an even higher duty of prosecutors in criminal cases. television film review, Lorrie Moore cuts straight to the cultural background against which Steven Avery was convicted first, of rape, and when exonerated of that charge, of murder, and his nephew, Brendan Dassey, was convicted of rape and murder.of Criminal Investigation and prosecutor Ken Kratz that reminds one of turning on a light and seeing roaches scramble for cover. These tactics worked in neighboring Outagamie County (Appleton) where Ken Hudson was convicted of murdering a jogger with a knife purchased a day later by police. Of all the shockers in the film , the most disturbing was Calumet County District Attorney Ken Kratz's press conference on March 2, 2006. "The entire [Avery] family is socially accused: outsiders, troublemakers, feisty, and a little dim.Only when the victim was caught selling cocaine did the prosecutor stop believing her, and join the defense in a motion to vacate the conviction.Mark Weiner’s freedom did not come about because the system worked. a basketball star at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, was shot to death in his car in 1993, police zeroed in on Tyrone Hood because his fingerprint was found in trash left in the victim's car, and he lived near the school.Although it is surely true that some are natural bad actors, experience demonstrates that prosecutors are strongly influenced to disregard and minimize rights by the culture that surrounds them.
Kussmaul is still in prison, and all four defendants want their innocence to be a matter of record. Prosecutorial misconduct and the misuse of jailhouse informants are persistent problems in the criminal justice system.
It came about because the system protected the system from abject embarrassment. Police never looked at the victim's father, Marshall Morgan, Sr., who got ,000 insurance from his son's death.
The senior Morgan insured and killed two more people before he got caught, and he was still not charged in one of those murders.
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