Grace wasn't buying this scenario in 2005 and isn't buying it now, even after seeing much of "Making a Murderer." She feels the jury and the prosecutors were right.
As she tells TVNewser:
When you look at the Netflix documentary, it's a beautifully put together piece and very persuasive. But it's like having one half of a trial. It's not the whole story.
She said when she talked to Avery himself in 2005, she felt his story didn't hold up at all, especially how the victim's car ended up on his property. She also felt there was enough forensic evidence to point to Avery. She also thinks Dassey was at least guilty of raping her before she died.
Grace hopes her special will lay out the prosecution's case and provide a nice counterpoint to "Making a Murderer."
Fox News' Jeanine Pirro is airing a more evenhanded special Saturday. And Investigation Discovery is fact-tracking its own version.