UNLESS YOU’VE BEEN in hibernation since Christmas, chances are you have seen people on your timeline obsessing over Making A Murderer.
Among other things, the series has raised questions over Steven Avery’s conviction and inspired countless conspiracy theories.
But one question in particular has been plaguing Irish viewers: is that a hurling statue in attorney Dean Strang’s office?
The statue can be seen briefly in episode 5 of the series.
Could it be that Dean Strang is a closet hurling fan? Is he the Henry Shefflin of Wisconsin?
Or it is, as some have suggested, a lacrosse trophy?
Eager to get to the bottom of this mystery, we at DailyEdge.ie reached out to Dean Strang over the weekend to find out.
Strang confirmed to DailyEdge.ie that it is indeed a hurling statue and that he received it as a gift some years ago.
It is a hurling statue, not a trophy. I have a dear friend, a wonderful criminal defense lawyer in Milwaukee who is a first-generation Irish American from the south side of Chicago. He gave it to me some years ago as a gift. I treasure it, as I do his friendship.
So there you have it.
Now who’s going to get Dean Strang a ticket for the All-Ireland final, huh?
Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie