Legal Support For Steven Avery & Brendan Dassey
Organized by: Vanessa R.
With the recent release of "Making A Murderer" there has been a rise of attention toward the Steven Avery trial and Brendan Dassey. Both were convicted of murder in what appears to be unjust ways. Word is out that Steven Avery had jurors who had ties to the Manitowoc County Sheriff's department, and Brendan Dassey was being represented by a lawyer who was convinced of his guilt. Both of these men received unfair trials, when it is every American's right to a fair trial. Many things were overlooked, big questions unable to be answered by the Manitowoc Sherrif's department and the State of Wisconsin, improper handling of the investigation by the Manitowoc Sherrif's department (being they had a conflict of interest) and the list goes on. After watching the documentary, my heart was heavy and burdened for these men. What can I do? I'm not a lawyer, I'm not in Wisconsin. A bunch of reasons piled in my mind of how I was limited to help. But then I remembered that there are amazing sites like crowdrise.com that can help rally the people of this nation together for any cause. The goal of this fundraiser is to help both Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey raise funds for legal support. From what I know, Brendan Dassey does have some assistance as of now, but has no funds to give these wonderful lawyers. As for Steven Avery, he stands alone. With new news coming out and big questions still unanswered, now is the time to fight for these men and their liberties. All donations will be given directly to these men and their families to further their legal representation in these cases. Let us stand for Justice with one another, as Christ stands for justice. Let us not turn a blind eye to the faults in this case and know that we CAN do something to help! So give financially if you can, and if not, please pray for these men and for Justice to be served and write Governor Scott, write the Wisconsin Supreme Courts, write the President, and exhaust all avenues here. Let us stand together for this cause, for the sake of redemption in their lives!