Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of 'Making a Murderer' subject

In 2007, Brendan Dassey was convicted as a teenager, along with his uncle Steven Avery, of murdering photographer Teresa Halbach two years earlier before burning her body.
0:26 | 06/25/18

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Transcript for Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of 'Making a Murderer' subject
The Supreme Court decided not to take the case of the teenager convicted of rape and murder and featured in the net flicks series. Making a murderer the justices' decision leaves in place a lower court ruling against sixteen year old Brendan das C he is serving a life sentence. Does he confessed to Wisconsin authorities that he had joined his uncle in the rape and murder the teens attorneys argued he was pressured and that that confession. Is false.

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