I know my dad thought he was guilty as hell when all this stuff came out with new articles constantly in the local paper. I never engaged him much but I do understand people that want to believe the system works and feel like he had his day in court and lost, which means he's guilty. The rest doesn't matter. The inconsistencies, especially the involvement of a couple cops too close to Avery's previous case and the exclusion of the coroner that had no connection. I would like to know if the Calumet County Coroner was brought in because of the conflict, but we don't get that side of it.