Supreme Court Turns Away Netflix 'Making a Murderer' Case

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"[Here's] the bottom line: the Supreme Court is requesting the state of Washington to realize. that they can't have a process of adopting and implementing laws or ordinances that are clear [ly]. biased and attacking of a particular group due to their ideology or beliefs contrary to that group".

Praising the decision was Masen Davis, CEO of Freedom for All Americans, who pointed out the Supreme Court has now on two separate occasions declined to issue a sweeping ruling allowing anti-LGBT discrimination in the name of "religious freedom".

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There was no comment from the court in rejecting an appeal from Brendan Dassey, who was 16 years old when he confessed to Wisconsin authorities that he had joined his uncle in raping and murdering photographer Teresa Halbach before burning her body in a bonfire.

Dassey was convicted of rape, murder and mutilation of a corpse and sentenced to life in prison in 2007.

Dassey and Avery are both serving life sentences in Wisconsin for the 2005 murder. Lower courts previously said that Dassey's confession was involuntary.

Dassey's lawyers have said that during interrogation he frequently gave incorrect answers, suggesting he was not involved in the murder. "Making A Murderer" raised questions about the conviction, leading many to believe Avery and Dassey are innocent.

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Democratic U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, whose district that stretches from Travis County to Bexar County was one of the four upheld in the decision, said the designs reduce "accountability and accessibility" for Texas voters.

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In the Wisconsin partisan gerrymander case, in which the challengers asked the court to consider the state as a whole, the Supreme Court sent the case back saying the challenges must be brought district by district, with voters in each proving that their rights had been violated.

Fort Worth's state House District 90 is racially gerrymandered and "impermissible", the Supreme Court of the United States ruled Monday morning. "Making a Murderer" focuses on the Halbach murder, and questions if Dassey was pressured into a false confession. In 2015, a federal judge ruled in part that police failed to take Dassey's age and learning disabilities into account during interrogations.

Waggoner says the Court also provided general guidelines on evaluating the remaining free speech and free exercise claims that it did not need to decide in Jack's case.

How is this related to the Masterpiece ruling?

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