Blame the Innocence Project for the murder of Teresa Halbach? That’s insane. Yet that’s what the good folks of Wisconsin are doing. Eating too much cheese will do that to you by clogging arteries that feed the brain.

We’ve all heard of the Innocence Project. By using DNA evidence, the project has obtained the release of 163 people from prison since 1989. Steven Avery of Manitowoc County, Wis., is one of them. He was imprisoned in 1985 for the rape of a woman who identified him at trial as her assailant. She has since apologized.

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