For a desk toy, the set is disturbingly detailed. It also features the grassy knoll and the book depository, complete with the open window where Oswald was hiding. Even the clock atop the building is set to one minute before the murder.
Someone Made A Rap Song About Making A Murderer
Because the Venn diagram of people who love real-life tragedies and people who love sitting around in their sweatpants eating Funyuns is basically a circle, Netflix releases a s**t-ton of crime documentaries every year. One of the most popular was Making A Murderer, the story of Steven Avery, who was acquitted of sexual assault based on DNA evidence, then later convicted of the murder of a different woman. And if you think that sounds like the opening lines of a very dark country song, you'd be wrong. It's actually a rap.
NetflixWhich has us wondering how "Making A Murderer" was still available as a title. That has ICP song written all over it.
Accused alongside Avery was his nephew, Brendan Dassey, who was 16 at the time. His arrest drew the righteous wrath of his half-brother, an "indie Christian rapper" named Brad, who tried to defend his kin the only way he knew how: through the power of bad rap.