Making a Murderer

Making a Murderer – A Netfix Docu Series

….Making a Murderer is an American documentary television series that premiered on Netflix on December 18, 2015…. The series also covers the arrest, prosecution, and conviction of Avery’s nephew, Brendan Dassey, who was also charged in the murder, largely based on his confession under interrogation.

If you’re like most on this planet, you’ve gotten hooked by this show and engaged into the lives of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey.  It’s quite interesting to hear everyone’s perspectives.  There are those who are positive that Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey are guilty of the murder of Teresa Halbach and those who cry his innocence.  There’s that saying “innocent until proven guilty”, well that doesn’t truly stand does it.  There are many who have been locked up, yet were innocent.  
Kathleen Zellner is an American attorney who has worked extensively in wrongful conviction advocacy.  She also represents Steven Avery and has just filed an almost 1300 page motion, requesting a new trial.  Since Zellner began her law firm in January 1991, she has obtained the exoneration of 18 wrongfully convicted men (holy crap), handling many of these cases pro bono.  Ms. Zellner has secured many important exonerations that have changed law both in Illinois and the United States. In one case, she obtained the release of death row inmate Joseph Burrows by persuading the real killer to confess to the murder (wtf). The Illinois Supreme Court affirmed the trial court decision releasing Burrows from death row.  This Zellner lady is a BEAST and very impressive!

Zellner has suggested that Ms Halbach’s ex-boyfriend, Ryan Hillegas, of the murder.  I too, intuitively feel this to be the case.  However, I don’t believe there to be anyone else involved in the murdering of Teresa Halbach but believe there is someone else that knows or an accessory (A person who learns of the crime after it is committed and helps the criminal to conceal it, or aids the criminal in escaping, or simply fails to report the crime, is known as an “accessory after the fact”).  
Ryan Hillegas initially gave the police a false name, minimized his relationship with her, lied about crime scene evidence, controlled and led the searchers to Ms Halbach’s vehicle, had unrestricted access to the Avery property to plant evidence among a few other suspicious things.
It doesn’t take a psychic to see that Hillegas should have been investigated more thoroughly as a suspect given that he did have a motive to commit the murder, and because he didn’t have an alibi for where he was on October 31st, 2005, the day Halbach was killed.

There has also been speculation regarding Teresa Halbach’s family, especially her brother.  I don’t feel her brother had anything to do with Teresa’s untimely death.  It seems to me that he, as well as others in the family, had felt for some time that Teresa was walking a thin line and not making good choices.  This can get tiring for family.  I believe her brother had the worry that something may happen but hoped against it. There is family love there, just not expressed well in the court of public opinion.  

Yes, I don’t believe Steven Avery or Brendan Dassey had anything to do with Teresa Halbach’s murder.  Granted, Mr. Avery isn’t the most upstanding citizen and doesn’t make great choices himself….this doesn’t make him a murderer, nor as it has already been proven, a rapist.

I look forward to your comments and questions!

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The Meaning of Life

I know you’ve got a lot of questions — after all, that’s the reason why you came to read this blog…
But before I get to those, I thought it might be good for you to know who you’re talking with, so I’d like to tell you a little bit about myself.  2b6e81d47150d37b6edcc4c77030691e
First of all, let’s get a few things out in the open. I consider myself to be a spiritual person. But that does not mean that I am a perfect person. I have plenty of faults. I can swear like a sailor, I enjoy a good dirty joke, and if the truth be told, being a psychic does not mean I make the best choices for myself.  When people say have patience, or be positive, etc…it makes me want to punch them in the throat, in fact, it’s been a real rock in my underwear…the patience part that is.  
Perhaps people just need to learn to have awareness and just allow others to ‘feel’ and not always try to fix.  Life isn’t about fixing other’s but becoming more aware, finding ourselves in this maze we call life, being understanding and less judgmental. But don’t get me started. Aside from the usual number of human flaws, I think I’m pretty easy to get along with. Just your average Maritime Canadian girl who talks to the dead.
I’m a pretty upfront person, but I haven’t always been open about that last bit. I really dislike talking about myself. Not because I am ashamed but because people always want something, or they fear what they don’t understand, or they have opinions on what and how you should use this skill.  I would rather people know me for me as a human being who has parents, husband, children and siblings that love them instead of what I can do.  The biggest and most powerful lesson I have learned so far is that you can’t please everyone!  So I don’t ever try….it’s much less painful to just continue to be me – I don’t try to be smarter, cuter, funnier than anyone else.  To make me sound even stranger, I am taking a beginner bee keeping course next month!

Through the work I do it’s very difficult to not try to please everyone, to give them what I feel they so desperately need…peace.  I have learned that it is not up to me to determine what’s best for someone.  Nor is it the other person to determine what they need from me.  I just relay messages from Spirit, it is up to the individual to figure out what’s best for them.

Something to think about….people approach the topic of suffering from two separate perspectives. One is the “intellectual agenda:” A person is bothered by this issue and wants to intellectually understand it. The other is the “emotional agenda:” A person may right now be suffering (or know someone who is suffering), and it is bothersome emotionally. It’s important to understand that these two agendas don’t always coincide. Someone with an intellectual agenda wants answers, whereas someone with an emotional agenda is looking for relief. An approach for one won’t work for the another.

I heard a cute story I’d like to share. There once was a farmer who owned a horse. And one day the horse ran away. All the people in the town came to console him because of the loss. “Oh, I don’t know,” said the farmer, “maybe it’s a bad thing and maybe it’s not.”
A few days later, the horse returned to the farm accompanied by 20 other horses. (Apparently he had found some wild horses and made friends!) All the townspeople came to congratulate him: “Now you have a stable full of horses!” “Oh, I don’t know,” said the farmer, “maybe it’s a good thing and maybe it’s not.”
A few days later, the farmer’s son was out riding one of the new horses. The horse got wild and threw him off, breaking the son’s leg. So all the people in town came to console the farmer because of the accident. “Oh, I don’t know,” said the farmer, “maybe it’s a bad thing and maybe it’s not.”
A few days later, the government declared war and instituted a draft of all able-bodied young men. They came to the town and carted off hundreds of young men, except for the farmer’s son who had a broken leg. “Now I know,” said the farmer, “that it was a good thing my horse ran away.”
The point of this story is obvious. Life is a series of events, and until we’ve reached the end of the series, it’s hard to know exactly why things are happening.  That’s one reason we should give respect to every elderly person – because through the course of life experience, they have seen the jigsaw puzzle pieces fall into place.

Sometimes what we perceive as punishment is really an opportunity for growth.  What does it mean to be tested? You have potential. Now the question is can you actualize your potential? We grow when we have to extend ourselves.  On a personal note, I must be a bloody genius!
We look at life as “I’m here for growth, so how does this situation help me to change and grow?”  When the creator is telling you to sacrifice your only son, can there be any greater punishment? Yet it changed the whole future of the Jewish people. “Tests” can change your future, too.

I’ve seen so much suffering, and it seems to me that the key is ‘attitude’. How people deal with it depends on what attitude they have. I have seen people whose attitude was of anger or hurt to such an extent that they never got beyond a particular event – which then became the defining moment of their lives. In a certain sense, life stopped at that particular moment.
On the other hand, I have seen people who have gone through the most horrendous things, but their attitude was a positive one of believing that there is an ultimate good, of asking how I can learn and grow from this. It was incredible to see their sense of dignity, and the inspiration they gave to others. How they moved on with their lives. The contrast is so unbelievable between these two attitudes.

What is the meaning of life?  Perhaps it depends on our attitude, the way we live each day of our lives.  All I know is that there is more to life than just here in the physical world. You don’t have to believe in psychics and mediums. I’m not here to prove anything or defend my work. I’m here for you to have the experience of knowing that your loved ones are still with you, that there is more to life and death than we may think.  
I would love, appreciate and accept your comments.  In fact, I’m looking greatly forward to them. Please let me know what you think, your concerns, questions, and wants.  Until next time, take care of yourself and stay aware!

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