I know we’re supposed to be outraged and signing petitions because liberals saw a documentary about making a murderer, ironically enough called “Making a Murderer.” The people who knew Steven Avery outside a ten hour TV show?
Jodi Stachowski, the ex-fiancee of “Making a Murderer” subject Steven Avery, is speaking out, appearing on “Nancy Grace” Wednesday night to call Avery guilty of killing photographer Teresa Halbach. Stachowski, who appeared in the Netflix documentary, also calls Avery a “monster,” and says he “beat her all the time.”
“He told me once, all bitches owe him, because the one that sent him to prison the first time,” she says, referring to Avery’s wrongful conviction for sexual assault in 1985, for which he was in prison for 18 years. “We all owed him. And he could do whatever he wanted”
“Steven’s the one person I can’t trust,” she went on. “He’s a monster.”
First, like all witnesses who said one thing and then are saying something completely different, we need to take this with a fist-sized grain of salt. Or an entire bag of salt. Okay? Okay.
Secondly, if Jodi Stachowski is being truthful now that means she was being untruthful in the documentary. Either case, she’s kind of a liar. Okay? Okay.
She’s also alleging domestic abuse, which throws this into its own sphere of disturbing. The documentary was shot ten years ago and was just released now. A lot can happen in ten years. Let’s also not discount what fame and a little attention can do to someone. Okay? Okay.
With all those disclaimers stated and out of the way, here’s the million dollar question: with people signing petitions calling for Avery’s release, with general pop culture opinion being that Avery was just stupid, misunderstood and screwed by the system, but INNOCENT, what does Jodi Stachowski stand to gain by stating the opposite? She called him a monster. She alleged abuse. She said she doesn’t trust Avery. She is afraid of him.
She’s being met with nothing but scrutiny. Look no further than the comment section of YouTube, where you can watch this interview. The resounding opinions of the people who comment on YouTube (granted, not the world’s finest folk) have this reaction to Stachowski:
Which is just fascinating isn’t it? Steven Avery was imprisoned first for rape (wrongly) then for murder (jury found him guilty). Well, wait, that’s not accurate either. Avery did many years in prison looooong before his wrongful conviction.
- In 1981 Avery did 10 months for burglarizing a bar.
- In 1982 Steven Avery did 9 months in prison for dousing a cat in gasoline and lighting it on fire.
- In 1985 Steven Avery did 6 years in prison for sexually assaulting his own cousin and running her off the road at gunpoint.
But the Netflix documentary revolves around the latest crime of murdering Theresa Halbach. Which was possibly a wrongful conviction. Or possibly not. The documentary paints Avery with broad, colorful strokes, showing him as simple, unintelligent but mostly harmless. Unless you’re the cat he doused in gasoline and threw into a bonfire. Then he’s decidedly harmful. These are but details. #SJW audiences, even people who are not SJWs, think the trial reeked. Maybe it smelled like a burning cat. A pungent aroma, indeed.
Jodi Stachowski says Avery is a monster. The SJWs choose to ignore her domestic abuse story and instead choose to believe Avery is innocent.
Sidenote: remember a few months ago when the Center for Medical Progress released hidden camera videos of Planned Parenthood admitting to chopping up babies and selling their parts? Then CMP would also released the full, unedited video to prove they’d included it all? Remember the narrative of the moment when all of that was going on? “Highly edited videos,” to try to incriminate Planned Parenthood in baby butchery and sale. Well guess what we’re not hearing about with the Making a Murderer drama?
Look, if Jodi’s story wasn’t fully revealed on the documentary, that’s not a surprise. Neither were a lot of facts or evidence in the case. For more, watch this video:
Still think Avery is innocent? Tweet @scrowder to argue facts or your feelings. I care only about one. It’s not your feelings.