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  • Published on Sep 20, 2022
  • WATCH: Police interrogation footage shows “Making a Murderer” subject Brendan Ray Dassey’s confession in the murder of Teresa Halbach in 2005. Dassey later recanted the confession during his 2007 trial before a jury found him guilty and he was sentenced to life in prison. Over the last decade, Dassey’s legal team has continuously tried to overturn the conviction citing the confession wasn’t obtained properly.
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  • Law&Crime Network
    Law&Crime Network  5 days ago +2

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  • Phitzwell Thundercock
    Phitzwell Thundercock 5 days ago +24

    This is a perfect example of why you never answer any questions without an attorney, especially if you are innocent. The lawyer is there not to determine guilt, they are there to protect the truth from police that are under no obligation to tell the truth or act with any morals whatsoever.

    • meggzamillion
      meggzamillion 4 hours ago

      Unfortunately he’s also mentally handicap and underage, he shouldn’t have been interviewed without a parent present. The fact that this whole interview wasn’t thrown out is jaw dropping.

    • FalloutWP
      FalloutWP Day ago

      Never talk to the police

    • twilit
      twilit 3 days ago

      not everyone realizes that- the law should be police can’t talk to people until they’ve spoken to a lawyer because there’s literally never a good reason not to.

    • Lacie Henry
      Lacie Henry 4 days ago +1

      Yes!

    • Rachel C
      Rachel C 5 days ago

      He was a minor and had a learning disability. These detectives are pieces of......💩

  • LoadedWraps
    LoadedWraps 5 days ago +25

    Making a Murder was one of the most tragic stories and yet one of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen.

    • LoadedWraps
      LoadedWraps 3 days ago +1

      @Kim Morgan there were two wrongful convictions, what exactly is one sided?

    • Kim Morgan
      Kim Morgan 4 days ago

      It's extremely one sided in favor of Steven Avery. It should be unbiased and let the viewers decide for themselves.

    • Crystal Peterson
      Crystal Peterson 5 days ago +2

      Agreed. It honestly makes me cry every time I watch it I’ve watched it over 4 times

  • Ashbash
    Ashbash 5 days ago +5

    it's an absolute disgrace that Brendan was imprisoned based on this blatantly false confession. There was no evidence other than this and another forced confession when he was pressured by his lown lawyer to write it down along with a picture of what the scence looked like. He was then told to call his mother and tell her. these 3 key things sure what was used to convict him. A minor with learning difficulties that was led and pressured all the way with no idea about what he was saying meant. Those det are despicable!

  • adoredpariah
    adoredpariah 5 days ago +12

    This is definitely one of the most unethical series of interviews that I’ve seen. To think they could just manipulate and lead a kid with learning difficulties into a confession is sickening. They better hope karma isn’t real.

  • MalenkyGoblin
    MalenkyGoblin 5 days ago +28

    This classic railroading in a police interrogation and why you NEVER EVER talk to the police without a lawyer present.

    • Paul Clancy
      Paul Clancy 5 days ago

      Think about the girl htf can you be friendly I couldn't. Girl got torchered, f@@ up she was good person too .

    • Paul Clancy
      Paul Clancy 5 days ago

      @Alex B yes I agree. If you tell me they need to do that to get conviction than OK. But they don't right that's the part hard to understand and God for bid person innocent and one those people that admit to anything . Now the real bad guy out there to do same shiuu . This actually happened to this family already, which what makes it so interesting.

    • AFE 2
      AFE 2 5 days ago +2

      Not a single respectable and honest lawyer would ever recommend to talk with the police even with him staying at the same room.

    • Alex B
      Alex B 5 days ago

      Shut up, he's guilty AF

    • Oilsmoke Jones
      Oilsmoke Jones 5 days ago +3

      The police are so nice to folks as the talk their lives into a dumpster..

  • Chris
    Chris 5 days ago +12

    And people wonder why there's distrust in police.

  • xxxKimxxx
    xxxKimxxx 5 days ago +12

    I can't believe he's still in jail while others have been released in a much shorter time. Feel terrible for him.

  • iTs Rob
    iTs Rob 5 days ago +5

    Thank you for always coming with the great content and videos we all want to see.

  • bby g0rl🤍
    bby g0rl🤍 5 days ago +8

    This was so wrong he has a minor with no lawyer or guardian and he has a disability like wtf...this wasn't right at all

  • Father AxeKeeper's Archives

    the amount of lying, manipulation, and pretending to be the good guy the interrogator does. "honesty will set you free," yeah right, more like "honesty" will get you into a permanent cell faster..
    Man, Am I wrong for disliking these people?? Even when they are talking to actual criminals, they do the most scummy tactics to get confessions. I just can't get behind them.

    • twilit
      twilit 3 days ago +1

      imagine lying to someone by saying “honesty will set you free” knowing it’s against their own best interest to say anything guilty or not and will likely put them behind bars for the rest of their life.if they so much as say something the police think they can use against you.

    • Paul Clancy
      Paul Clancy 5 days ago +1

      I hear ya and being friends with killers just to get them to talk , I know they feel it's there job but you have be two faced any way you slice it and who likes 2 faced people . Either you're sympathetic towards pol youyou dispise or your not being able to be on both sides isn't possible while being a good person ..they don't even need the trickery most of the time but do make more money and accolades 👏 to get them ultimately convicted for most as possible true or not . Isn't being a good detective spending that time to get the facts regardless what the perp says
      Anyone capable of heinous crimes aren't going be honest even with themselves humans lie and it's OK if the system supports it. Not for me .

  • julia_newsome.t
    julia_newsome.t 4 days ago +1

    Every time he says “we already know” or “are you sure?” when they don’t like how the story is going I want to throw up. And the “I have a feeling” comments. This kid was so manipulated. This is a travesty of justice.

  • I'm just some Canadian guy and I say

    Confessions seem like the best way to avoid having to do actual detective work. 🤣

  • AllHailDrewcifer
    AllHailDrewcifer 5 days ago +28

    Dude how he mentioned having a test later and was wondering if he would make it really shows his mental capacity and that he has no idea whats going on.

    • AllHailDrewcifer
      AllHailDrewcifer Day ago

      @jon yeah sadly i have been locked up a few times as well

    • jon
      jon 3 days ago +2

      I was in jail for a week one time, 3/4 of the people there were like this!

  • Shredder K
    Shredder K 5 days ago +4

    Obvious false confession. He was asked leading questions on all the key evidence

  • KimmieDawn
    KimmieDawn 5 days ago +32

    Them 2 investigators were really questioned by many of the attorneys on how they questioned him! And led him to say things! They lied to him and told him that Steven was going to blame everything on him! That’s one of the first things you can hear them tell him! You can tell by the questions that he asked that he wasn’t mentally capable of answering questions like that! He should have had an adult/guardian or attorney well maybe both with him during this!!! They just wanted a conviction!!! Just like they did with Steven! I really liked watching both seasons on Netflix! This poor boy, well man now, is innocent!! 🤷🏻‍♀️

    • Jo Easthope
      Jo Easthope 4 days ago +1

      100% agree

    • Jerry Curl
      Jerry Curl 4 days ago

      You think they want Brenden to honest? Lol

    • Paul Clancy
      Paul Clancy 5 days ago +1

      I do agree they want conviction mire than anything , it's like humans and money 💰. We manipulate our minds to justify why it's OK to be dishonest. They only want Brendan to be honest but yet thier not honest themselves is a perfect example.

    • Paul Clancy
      Paul Clancy 5 days ago

      Well I agree some what but they beileive their guilty and if think about poor girl no one would care. Problem is everyone has reasonable doubt due to Steven's first conviction. Kind makes sence Steven Brennan done it , hard prove otherwise

    • Molly Cuddle
      Molly Cuddle 5 days ago +3

      They’re rabid dogs, cornering him, edging closer and closer every minute, impatiently writhing their hands, almost drooling, then pawing at him as the insufferable clock ticks and Brendan’s face draws a deeper shade of red.
      It’s such a hard watch. Truly the stuff of nightmares.
      I swear the county wanted to dismantle this family to take their land.
      Bless this young man and the whole family 💜

  • Raine S
    Raine S 5 days ago +1

    His mother should of been in there with him..poor boy I feel so bad for him..I know he is innocent and Steven..those so called law officers is a piece of sh!$$ ..Every law that had something to do with that case should be ashamed of themselves..and the ones that tried to help him & his uncle God will praise them..this is pitiful..

  • jodie vukmir
    jodie vukmir 5 days ago +3

    So two grown men are questioning a 15-year-old with mental challenges.. I'm suspicious

  • Ryan Schiavone
    Ryan Schiavone 4 days ago +1

    This is absolutely infuriating. So sad

  • joey
    joey 5 days ago +3

    Police doing what they do to convict a person. When there not guilty. Good example here. Remer the accused age, and the detectives training.

  • Molly Cuddle
    Molly Cuddle 5 days ago +11

    They’re rabid dogs, cornering him, edging closer and closer every minute, impatiently writhing their hands, almost drooling, then pawing at him as the insufferable clock ticks and Brendan’s face draws a deeper shade of red.
    It’s such a hard watch. Truly the stuff of nightmares.
    I swear the county wanted to dismantle this family to take their land.
    Bless this young man and the whole family 💜

  • Finnbhennach
    Finnbhennach 5 days ago +2

    "We already know everything but...we want you to tell us everything, okay?"

  • Cam Good
    Cam Good 3 days ago

    OMG, I was just talking this morning about the oversized jeans that kids used to wear when I was in highschool (and I'm just 1 year older than him lol).. Even weirder, I literally had those EXACT same jeans when I was 16 (the exact same year that this was filmed). They zip off at the knees to become shorts. They must be the same jeans (since I've never seen a pair like them, before or since LMAO 😹)..

  • Sarah Washburn
    Sarah Washburn 5 days ago +1

    Oldie but goodie. I watched the whole interview a couple years ago

  • Jo Easthope
    Jo Easthope 4 days ago +1

    I really don't believe he did what they said he did and I don't say that often they way he was questioned was questionable

  • M C
    M C 3 days ago +1

    My blood curdles every time that officer touches that boys knee. 🤮

  • Roxanne Rayburn
    Roxanne Rayburn 4 days ago

    I dislike being told the entire story before the video starts. It completely removes any element of suspense and anticipation.

  • AJ S
    AJ S 4 days ago +1

    He needs a lawyer present 😡

  • c4p
    c4p 5 days ago

    Is this the full interview? The ones that have been going around for years are insanely edited iirc. The full one was up briefly awhile back but I haven't been able to find it since. This could be it

    • c4p
      c4p 5 days ago

      Nevermind this is edited to shreds watch the timestamps

  • Matt Matt
    Matt Matt 4 days ago

    This video and the people that are commenting are proof of why the second amendment is so important. If America is set in believing that investigators can't push somebody into admitting what they did, there is going to be so many free murders and criminals we will all need guns to protect ourselves.

  • Aterhallsam
    Aterhallsam 7 hours ago

    I can’t watch this. I get too frustrated and angry. And I’m not usually an angry person but this makes me furious.

  • Tamara Ann
    Tamara Ann 5 days ago +1

    I’m just confused why they told him they were turning off the auto on the recording yet never did ._.

    • Kerry Pinktastik
      Kerry Pinktastik 5 days ago +1

      I believe they said that because they then said that the room has audio. Or that’s what I heard him say at the beginning anyways.

  • Brian DeCastro
    Brian DeCastro 5 days ago +1

    1 hour in he starts to confess

  • Marky Mark
    Marky Mark 5 days ago +3

    Whys this being posted? Is there an update on the case?

  • Not enough
    Not enough 2 days ago

    25:53.. if easily confused , has learning disabilities . When someone who works with vehicles , puts a vague question out, even with the proper words. Someone can be put into a mess. How does anyone recover from that point of manipulation. Wow

    • Not enough
      Not enough Day ago

      1:51:36 personal over flow for me.
      I didn’t see my own daughter map her trauma, I was at the station with her. I hardly recall the event. I tried to write my own referenced trauma to other circumstances with the person she reported. I can’t continue watching.
      It was circumstantial to other types of events. 🤐😓

    • Not enough
      Not enough Day ago

      1:36:22 reasons for the tires and branches. 🤢

    • Not enough
      Not enough Day ago

      1:19:06 that communication of “ being proud “ then perhaps new events unfold. Hmmm

    • Not enough
      Not enough Day ago

      1:13:32 their girl. Is that consistent with another conversation.

    • Not enough
      Not enough Day ago

      1:12:26 a change of pattern perhaps. Did that burn container have some kind of metal grated top. Was it a hot container.

  • Danielle M
    Danielle M 4 days ago +2

    Sooo…we’re just totally ripping off JCS Criminal Psychology’s entire unique video style now? That’s what we’re doing? Really? I was excited to see this whole interview, but now I’m annoyed.

  • Katie
    Katie 5 days ago +34

    Anyone who believes he has any involvement in this crime are completely dense.

    • Don’t blame me
      Don’t blame me 5 days ago

      This wasn’t the first time he spoke with officers. They were speaking to him and his mother from early December.
      Does that make it right no but don’t believe everything Netflix says look for your self 👍

    • Alex B
      Alex B 5 days ago

      Confessions=innocence.

    • Ashbash
      Ashbash 5 days ago +3

      Agreed.

    • Nathan Tibbs
      Nathan Tibbs 5 days ago

      Totally agree. It is sad, he seems like a kid with Down syndrome. There so sweet and not violent in any way. I don’t know how the cops or judges can sleep at night. I honestly think they sacrifice Brendan to have a stronger case against Avery. Don’t forget they had 30 million reasons to make sure Avery was found guilty. ( even though I believe HE Is) . Brendan was sacrificed,

    • Rob Tintelnot
      Rob Tintelnot 5 days ago

      He was part of it. The show lied.

  • Mitchel Rowe
    Mitchel Rowe 5 days ago

    *I.m so proud of Brenden.. Instead of taking the plea deal where he would have been out already*
    *he decides to protect Steven and now will NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY*

    • Brittney K
      Brittney K 4 days ago

      Proud? Yikes.

    • Paul Clancy
      Paul Clancy 5 days ago

      Is that why they do this? Had he had lawyer he been out or never convicted. It's interesting bc they did this to Steven and he in fact was wrongful convicted. I can't imagine what poor girl went through I couldn't be friendly with who I thought did it

  • WonderTwin🌺
    WonderTwin🌺 5 days ago +4

    This is so sad…On all levels. I cant imagine watching my chilx yes CHILD (mentally) being interrogated like this BUT in the same thought, I’m so glad he is locked up and this poor girl that suffered and was murdered😢

  • Nathan Tibbs
    Nathan Tibbs 5 days ago +19

    I don’t think Brendan has the capacity too do this. I feel he had little to no involvement. Possibly witnessed something but at the time knew little about what to do or what was actually going on x

    • Alex B
      Alex B 5 days ago +1

      "I don't think"

    • Deathhound Seeker827
      Deathhound Seeker827 5 days ago +3

      Dog you couldn't have gotten the full story in 15min the video is 2 hours and just released 22 minutes ago.

  • Happy Canadian
    Happy Canadian  4 days ago +1

    He sounds like he is just telling a story. It changes so much. They are most definitely leading him on

  • That Symbol Guy
    That Symbol Guy 5 days ago

    I bet this channel is certain that Brendan is guilty 🤣🤣

  • Born Wild
    Born Wild 5 days ago +2

    I couldn’t watch it beyond the 22 minutes mark. This guy mind works
    at 30% of normal speed

  • Zeap
    Zeap 4 days ago +1

    i had a set of those pants when i was in grade school back in the 90s i loved how you could just zip off the legs and boom you got shorts!

  • ClassicBabou
    ClassicBabou 5 days ago +11

    They were both wronged so badly. If only they would have played the taped confession in its entirety during the trial. They stopped it just before what would have made it very clear Brendan was coerced into a confession. Which would have also put serious doubt that Steven had anything to do with it.

  • deano1943
    deano1943 4 days ago +2

    Sad for this kid he had a really bad uncle and the police took advantage of him and used him as bad as his uncle did

  • Brittney K
    Brittney K 4 days ago +1

    If they are innocent, then who killed her? How does anyone in this comment section know what’s true or not? Did anyone read the public documents? A woman was murdered and burned and seeing some of these comments having sympathy for two men that nobody here personally knows makes me wonder. The interrogation wasn’t great AT ALL, I agree. Innocent until proven guilty I understand. But this woman was brutally murdered and I haven’t seen one comment about the murder victim. Only sympathy for these two guys. Documentaries can tell stories however they like to get views. Some ppl in these comments are biased from what they’ve seen in the doc. IMO!

  • debbie jubb
    debbie jubb 5 days ago

    She was stabbed no strangled but u stabbed her u mean... Yh sure officer

  • ohioboy
    ohioboy 4 days ago

    Sorry but this kid I believe shouldn't be behind bars I kept telling he had no idea what happen to that girl an them when the Detectives told him pretty much what to say that's when he agreed cause he thought he would get to go home these 2 sorry excuse for human beings should have lost their jobs an this poor kid should have never been aloud in that room without a parent or a lawyer..this is y Idc if I'm innocent or guilty I would never talk to the cops without my lawyer just for the simple fact of how dirty they can be..

  • Finnbhennach
    Finnbhennach 5 days ago

    Claimed he got most of his ideas from a book...myself I use a mix of books, movies, tv and my own imagination when I'm making up a confession to a murder I supposedly didn't commit that will land me life in prison.

  • Crabby McCrabface
    Crabby McCrabface 5 days ago +1

    This Baby Huey lummox reminds me of Gabriel Gaeta.

  • Nick Van Olphen
    Nick Van Olphen 5 days ago

    Whats with the awful timing of posting this?

  • Belladonna
    Belladonna 5 days ago

    It’s crazy because the police are totally lame but the information he’s saying is pretty detailed. It’s not like they’re telling him what to say. It also seems like the cop is getting off on it, he’s turning all red and sounds like a pervert. I’ve seen this long ago but rewatching it now I have a different perspective. The tapes don’t stop so they’re not feeding him a narrative. Ugh this cop is a sick freak. Most cops are, but this one is over the top.

  • Kinky
    Kinky 5 days ago

    What is WWE?

  • Aaleeyah
    Aaleeyah 5 days ago +4

    He's a monster

  • Tamara Ann
    Tamara Ann 5 days ago +2

    Everyone’s saying poor him but he clearly knows more than he’s letting on. We’ve seen plenty of “kids” his age do a lot worse just saying but that’s my opinion though.

  • Spicy Irwin
    Spicy Irwin 5 days ago +1

    Why confess if u didnt?

    • Father AxeKeeper's Archives
      Father AxeKeeper's Archives  5 days ago +4

      because the scummy interrogator tricked him into confessing to something. it's pretty much their job to do so. so much trickery in their words, making people believe they will be safe from any harm or prosecution if they confess to a crime. "we're on your side" "tell us the truth and you'll be fine." heh, yeah right.

    • Gotta Go
      Gotta Go 5 days ago

      Watch the documentary. The boy has diminished mental capacity and was pressured by the interviewers for hours to make a false confession.