I’ve watched Making A Murderer the whole way through and am blown away by the whole debacle. Leave it to some Redditor and a little It’s Always Sunny to express my feelings so well.
I think the allure of the show is in just how *easy* it was for Steven Avery to get thrown in jail not once, but twice. And one of those convictions was overturned, and the other is highly questionable! At the end of the day, the real key here is that a jury of his peers convicted him for a heinous murder. Those twelve people had the real power, regardless of whether or not the prosecutor, police, detectives, and judge were in any way impartial or complicit. If the conspiracy is real, it is only possible thanks to the apathy and/or ineffectiveness of that jury.