In November 2005, young photographer Teresa Halbach disappeared without a trace. Shortly after, investigators find his car and body at the junkyard where Steven Avery lived and worked. The evidence is overwhelming, but Avery suspects a conspiracy.
He claims police and prosecutors wanted to frame him because he sued them for a wrongful conviction in 1985. He was ultimately sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Teresa Halbach in 2007. Avery sticks to his version of the conspiracy. And he has many supporters, thanks to a documentary series about his wrongful conviction in 1985. But the evidence and confession of his nephew, who is accused of being an accomplice, leave little room for doubt about Avery’s guilt. Did the years he spent innocently in prison turn him into a murderer?
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