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If you are at all intrigued with the TV mini-series Making a Murderer, you’ll have to catch this episode. Imagine being arrested, then imprisoned, for a murder you did not commit and spending 13 years behind bars. During that time, you are forced to leave the care and raising of your two young children in someone else’s hands and adapt to the harsh reality of life behind bars. With many other twists and turns, including the confession by a fellow prison mate to the very crime for which he was serving time, Christopher Scott has a worst-nightmare story to tell. Remarkably, he now spends his freedom investigating innocence claims, fighting for release of wrongly convicted people who are still incarcerated, and advocating for legislative changes.
If you are at all intrigued with the TV mini-series Making a Murderer, you’ll have to catch this episode. Imagine being arrested, then imprisoned, for a murder you did not commit and spending 13 years behind bars. During that time, you are forced to leave the care and raising of your two young children in someone else’s hands and adapt to the harsh reality of life behind bars. With many other twists and turns, including the confession by a fellow prison mate to the very crime for which he was serving time, Christopher Scott has a worst-nightmare story to tell. Remarkably, he now spends his freedom investigating innocence claims, fighting for release of wrongly convicted people who are still incarcerated, and advocating for legislative changes. leer más leer menos

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