If you haven’t jumped on the internet bandwagon and binge-watched your way through Making A Murderer yet, we really think you need to question your life.
We mean, no offence, but even the celebrities are getting in on the action.
Gigi Hadid appears to have come to the end of the 10-episode series, and, like us, she definitely has some thoughts. And she felt compelled to share them.
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She kicked off her Twitter rant with a fair warning, not wanting to spoil the show for anyone who’s still mid-series: ‘Heads up: I want to voice my opinion about Making a Murderer, so if you haven’t finished it yet, don’t read the tweets to follow this one..’
She continued, ‘I don’t understand how the jury had no doubt beyond reason that all this evidence added up and/or didn’t contradict each other.’
Addressing Brendan’s personal experience during the trial, she said, ‘What’s hardest for me is seeing a 16 year old kid, now in his mid 20’s who clearly doesn’t have the tools to deal with this situation.’
‘There should be laws that protect people like Brendan Dassey. It breaks my heart that he hasn’t yet been granted retrial.’
Switching back to Steven Avery’s guilty verdict, the supermodel tweeted: ‘Unless the technology has progressed enough to test the blood again, I think the only way Steven will be granted retrial is if… someone who actually knows what happened comes forward and does the right thing.’
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Gigi went on, ‘& that makes me so sad bc corruption in that law enforcement community is obvious to me. They will clearly do anything to silence someone.’
‘I almost hope I’m wrong & they are guilty, because knowing they’re probably going to sit in jail for the rest of their lives makes me sick.’
‘I hope parents of kids with similar cognitive disabilities to Brendan’s see #MaM & learn from/prepare that child to stand up for themselves’.
‘I just feel so much is missing from the #MaM case. Even if SA is guilty, they should have had at least some unquestionable evidence.’
The model was happy to get into the nitty gritty with some of her fans, too. When one tweeted her about the ‘sweat DNA’ being found on Teresa’s car – Avery’s former attorney Jerry Buting says there’s no such thing – she replied, ‘But we know he went to her car when she gave him the magazine. His sweat on the hood doesn’t seem suspicious to me…’
Kim Kardashian has also told her fans that she’s set up a Netflix account to ‘see what this Making A Murderer is about.’ We can’t wait to hear what she makes of it all…
Steven Avery has new lawyers, so we have a feeling that the new information will just keep on coming…