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When You Binge-Watch "Making A Murderer" And Think You Can Solve Crimes

“I’ve seen Making a Murderer…I think I’d know a murderer if I saw one.”

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Everyone in the office has lost their minds after bingeing Making a Murderer.

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When Ned went missing, everybody at work was devastated.

He was last seen talking to Alaska. Clearly, something was up.

I mean, this was a shady dude.

He's definitely stolen some lunches and unplugged some computers in his day.

People were divided. Some were sure Alaska had done it. Others? Not so much. But one thing was sure: They were all experts because of Making a Murderer.

Yeah? Yeah. Ya.

Ben and Corey were appointed as Alaska's lawyers, since they finished Making a Murderer first, making them the best investigators in the office.

Was there corruption at work here? Hard to tell. The evidence was piling up, and Kelsey finally got a confession out of Alaska.

Could Alaska be Ned's murderer, or was he being set up?

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    TOTALLY A MURDERER, BRUH.
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    NO WAY! THE SYSTEM HAS SOMETHING AGAINST HIM.
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    TOTALLY A MURDERER, BRUH.
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    NO WAY! THE SYSTEM HAS SOMETHING AGAINST HIM.
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