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Episode 4 of “Convicting a Murderer,” starring Candace Owens, was released on DailyWire+ Thursday, revealing bombshell audio that was left out of “Making a Murderer.”
In the episode titled “Shifting Timelines,” viewers will hear 15-second audio from a dispatch call that sheds light on the Steven Avery case. “Shifting Timelines” also highlights some of the disturbing behavior Avery showcased before murdering 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach.
“If the filmmakers were honestly trying to tell a complete story of what happened that day, why would they omit so many different things?” Owens asks in the episode.
The episode details important facts from the case that were left out of “Making a Murderer,” such as a revealing answering machine message from Halbach, a strange decision made by Avery before he placed a call, and important context on a call between a police officer and dispatch that “Making a Murderer” filmmakers left out.
“These are all things that if you’re really trying to tell a full story, then you should include it because it’s a part of the case. These are the facts,” Owens says.
The Netflix series “Making a Murderer” portrayed Avery as an innocent victim of corrupt law enforcement in the murder of Halbach, sparking a worldwide fascination in the case and attracting around 19 million viewers.
“Convicting a Murderer” pulls back the curtain on what viewers missed in “Making a Murderer.” The 10-episode series contains exclusive interviews with subjects not included in the Netflix show, including law enforcement officers, family members, and fans-turned-investigators whose lives have been profoundly impacted by the case. The series, which premiered last week, already has a 92% Rotten Tomatoes audience score, even as mainstream critics and media outlets refuse to review it.
Next Thursday, DailyWire+ will release episode 5, “Manitowoc’s Involvement,” which unravels the narrative that Avery was targeted because of his $36 million lawsuit against the city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. The episode will answer questions regarding Avery’s lawsuit, including why Manitowoc officers were involved in the murder investigation.
If you missed the first four episodes of “Convicting a Murderer,” you can still catch up here and become a member to follow the rest of the series. The remaining six episodes will be released weekly on DailyWire+ every Thursday.