A 26 year old man from Blanchardstown in Dublin, is now a fully qualified legal expert, after watching 11 hours of Netflix’s latest documentary series, Making a Murderer.
Impressively, Darren Harte, a retail working in Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, has specialised in US criminal law and is fully informed about Steven Avery’s murder case. That has lasted over 10 years. In a town more than 3,600 miles away.
Speaking about the controversial case he said:
“I’ve been following the case now for 2 or 3 days. I’m intense like that. I worked late into the night over xmas studying the case, sometimes until 3 or 4am, so I’m really up to date and qualified to comment publicly on the case to my friends you know?”
Harte further commented that “There was just so many flaws with how the prosecution presented their evidence you know, like it was all planted and stuff.”
Just to make sure he was fully informed and not leaving any information out from the 10 year long trial, he re-watched some of the episodes he fell asleep halfway through.
Upon hearing of Harte’s outstanding work on the Avery case, The American Bar Association awarded him an honorary degree in law and the freedom to practise in the states.
Speaking on behalf of the association, Douglas Cowan said
“We were blown away by the commitment and attention to detail Harte showed on Making a Murderer. Not many people finish this series in 2 or 3 days and we felt obliged to recognise the effort put in. Harte is free now to practice law in the states and can be used as an expert for comment on the Avery case.”
Luckily for his friends and family, Harte has taken it upon himself to share his expert legal insights with everyone he sees, whether they want to hear about the case or not.
Conversations are now centred around his opinion on Steve Avery’s trial and he spends the rest of his time aggressively forcing people to watch the series.
If you haven’t already seen Making A Murder, it’s probably already been ruined for you online.