There must be more to life than football?
I keep wondering if I'm missing the good argument that has convinced 4 intelligent people (assuming they are smart since they became judges) that Dassey should remain in jail. All I can think is that they're either protecting the establishment, or they've got bogged down in deciding whether the investigators acted appropiately or not. The former is clearly wrong, and the latter shouldn't be relevant. They have a confession that doesn't really match the details of the crime, and the interview techniques provide an explanation for how that could be without needing further condemnation.