Kim Kardashian had the touch of grace, but her support for the premature release of "Making a Murderer" convict Brendan Dassey will not be English That makes no difference … says the governor, who calls.
Dassey has been imprisoned for more than 13 years for the murder of photographer Teresa Halbach . Dassey's uncle, Steven Avery was also charged with half-assassination.
Last week, Dassey's attorney team asked for mercy – and Kim stood behind the petition – and sent back a handwritten letter from Dassey and David saying, "Please @GovEvers, read this letter."
No matter how many followers Kim has – about 62 million – or how many other prisoners has released them … Governor Evers Dassey will not treat otherwise.
A representative of Evers informs us that the governor is aware of Kim's interest, but added quickly … Brendan's case will receive the same meticulous examination and test as any other case
Dassey's story worldwide attention when Netflix broadcast a documentary about the murder of Halbach in 2015. In the series, Dassey was portrayed as a victim of a circumstance that did not have the mental ability to commit such a brutal crime.
Kim had an incredible success in getting prisoners out of overly tough prison sentences. She helped free a staggering 17 inmates in 90 days, and earlier this week she helped to obtain the release of another man.
When Dassey finally gets out, Kim can applaud him … but she will not have a hand in it.