I was feeling froggy so I jumped and needed to get this off of my chest.
I have somewhat of a fetish or a passionate drive for fairness and justice. Today I finally watched the first three episodes of #MakingAMurderer and I just was flabbergasted with the neglectful practice of the law. To anyone who has watched this Netflix series you get a glimps into a man who was wrongfully imprisoned for a crime he did not commit. And the police of Manitowoc, Wisconsin seemed HELL BENT on destroying Steven Avery's life. There is literally no subsistence or evidence to imprison this man yet they found a way to do so.
What is even more astonishing is that there seems to be no accountability whatsoever for the corruption over the people who are supposed to be the fabric of our society. Or so they say. Steven Avery diligently waited for his freedom and stuck to his guns by not admitting guilt to anything even if it ment less time for him or a chance to breath air from the outside of prison for 18 years.
I'm at a loss for words as to how people are allowed to frame someone for something they did not do. Who do we call when something bad is being done by the people doing it? How do we restore trust in authority of there is no accountability of honesty?