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Source:  The Washington Post

Brendan Dassey, whose conviction was highlighted in the popular Netflix documentary “Making a Murderer,” asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to throw out the confession he made more than a decade ago, saying it was improperly coerced.

The controversial interrogation of the then-16-year-old was featured in the award-winning documentary which premiered in 2015.

His confession has been both affirmed and thrown out by lower courts, and his lawyers are now arguing that the Supreme Court should weigh in.

Read the story at The Washington Post.

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