Wrongful Conviction: Brendan Dassey, Known for 'Making a Murderer'
Brendan Dassey's case gained worldwide attention after Netflix's 'Making a Murderer,' but he's still serving a life sentence based on what he says was a false confession. This is the part of Brendan's story that hasn't been told - featuring his first-ever interview from prison and a new petition for a full pardon. » To hear more of Brendan Dassey's story, listen to the full podcast episode of Wrongful Conviction with Jason Flom here: https://go.nowth.
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