I urge anyone interested in Statement Analysis to watch this documentary and see deception after deception before their eyes, and come face to face with the brutal fight of:
Emotion versus Analysis.
There are so many statements for analysis presented that the truth is able to be seen, in spite of the propaganda like editing, including music, and presentation of sides.
This may be a marvelous tool for learning.
A man is wrongfully convicted of rape and spends 18 years in prison and is released, sues police for millions and is suddenly arrested for murder.
Police are deceptive on the stand.
Police are portrayed as planting evidence against him.
Music is skillfully employed to manipulate our emotions.
His statements show the truth.
As you watch the lengthy documentary, the single most important element is the language.
The analysis is a 'spoiler' but it is something you can refer back to, and with the transcripts available, specific analysis can be done, as well as question and answer.
You have both the prosecutor's "water" statements, and you have Steven Avery's closing statement HERE
As the public signs petitions to free Avery, see if you can discern your own emotions as they progress through statements.
Note, for example, the words Avery used to describe the killing of a cat.
Note the words Avery wrote in threatening to kill.
Note the killing of the cat and the association of fire.
Consider why police would suspect him of rape.
Consider these things in spite of deception of the accusers.