Tuesday, January 5, 2016

"Avery and Pattern or Practice"

From Pattern or Practice:

Posted: January 4, 2016 in The Film

"There is a documentary series on Netflix called 'Making a Murderer'.  After viewing it, I am outraged with the injustices which have been  left unchecked in the case of Steven Avery of Manitowoc County in Wisconsin. Avery’s unconstitutional mistreatment at the hands of corrupt local law enforcement is completely unacceptable and is an abomination of due process. However, in Racine County Wisconsin, 60 miles south, the corruption is running a similar course. Racine public officials, Law Enforcement, and State Representatives are conspiring to cover up money laundering, discrimination, racketeering and corruption all the way to Madison, Wisconsin. Only after a recent lawsuit, Holmes vs the City of Racine has information come to light. The residents of the City of Racine, are unaware of the corrupt activities that surround them as are the citizens of Manitowoc as these corrupt activities unfold in the Avery documentary on Netflix. Pattern or Practice – The Lie a sequel to Pattern or Practice is currently in production. Pattern or Practice  started out as a documentary about unfair treatment and discrimination of people of color has exploded into far more. Like the Avery documentary Pattern or Practice –  The Lie  is developing into a shocking behind the scene look at the corruption embedded in Racine County. I’m currently looking for a large producer to take this story national. Please share this post."

Read more: http://patternorpractice.com/2016/01/04/avery-and-pattern-or-practice/

Interesting because I've been watching the series/documentary since kk posted about it: http://www.jtirregulars.com/2015/12/netflix-making-murderer-episode-1.html.  I haven't finished it, but so far the misconduct of the investigators is blatant.


kkdither said...

I have not watched any more of it. I felt there was plenty of reason to dig deeper, just by watching the first hour. I hope to see additional episodes if I ever get the time. It sure is all over the news, now. This may be the break which could lead into other investigations concerning misconduct that has been reported throughout Wisconsin.

OrbsCorbs said...

What happens is that Avery gets charged for murder again when a women whose SUV disappeared and was later found in Avery's junkyard. A game of did the police plant evidence on the Avery site begins. They comb his property and home 17 times, I think. All of a sudden, "evidence" discovered when the Calumet County Police do an illegal search of the property. They had been recused from getting involved in this investigation by a judge

I can't believe how many times investigators talked with suspects without their lawyers present.

kkdither said...

I heard on the radio this morning that there are tons of signatures on an online petition to Obama to pardon Avery. They said that the president does not have the ability to do that since it was state investigated. Walker said he will not get involved, because he said the system works. Should be interesting as to where this goes. The series has gone viral. People are binge watching. I just don't have the time... there are so many other things out there that might have a chance for change for me to put my focus and energy into.