Steven Avery: Making of a Murderer Part 2
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15th November 2020, 02:07 PM
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Brendan Dassey’s jeans
The jeans are dark blue in colour, with pockets on each of the legs. The legs have a rather large width - quite commonly worn by youngsters in the late 90's and early 00's. On the jeans
several white stains
can be seen...
Fassbender went to the motel
where Brendan and his mother were staying. Fassbender inquired about the jeans and
he had worn a pair of jeans on the 31st of October while cleaning "dark red stains" from his uncle's garage and had bleach stains on them
Supporters of Avery and Dassey claim that if bleach came on the jeans, then there should have been blood on it as well, if that is what Avery and Dassey were cleaning that night. The fact that the jeans came back negative for the presence of blood is evidence, according to Avery & Dassey supporters, that no blood was cleaned that night and Avery & Dassey were framed.
On the other hand, if they were cleaning something other than blood, another red fluid, then shouldn't that, according to this logic, be on the jeans instead?
At trial, Brendan Dassey explained
he made sure he did not come in any contact with the red fluid
, which is probably why his jeans were clear of red stains.
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