Steven Avery listens to testimony in the courtroom at the Calumet County Courthouse, March 13, 2007.
AP Photo/Morry Gash
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"Making a Murderer" is the latest series to demand you not just watch, but binge.Avery is no angel.In early 1985 Avery bumped the car of Sandra Morris, his cousin, with his own. Despite witness alibis for Avery's whereabouts, an absence of physical evidence, and knowledge of a plausible suspect, Avery was arrested.After his 2003 exoneration, Avery was a free man, but for just two years. He was then arrested for another crime – this time, a grisly rape and murder. In the face of what seems, at minimum, reasonable doubt surrounding Avery, now 53, and his nephew, the series may offer a broader message.
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