Well, then why to wait until the guy was executed to perform a DNA test that technology made possible before his execution and while the guy is in the death row? After a DNA test evidence is greater, and it makes us all much more sure about justice even though you don’t agree with death penalty. I think the real issue about this documentary it is not if Avery is guilty or not, but how come can anyone be sure, beyond a reasonable doubt, that you are sentencing for life without parole a person when a conflict of interest between the guy and the police and several malpractices are on the table?. Maybe the difficulty to agree on the case facts and police and D.A. behavior showed by the documentary is the best argument in favor of a new trial.