Uh oh. Was incriminating evidence against alleged murderer Steven Avery intentionally left out of Netflix’s fascinating series, ‘Making A Murderer’? Find out what the prosecutor had to say!
Prosecutor Ken Kratz has a lot to say about how Making A Murderer depicted Steven Avery, 53. In a very revealing new interview, the lawyer shares crucial evidence that he claims was left out of the series to help sway the audience watching at home.
Is everything not as it seems? A shocking new interview with prosecutor Ken Kratz, the lead lawyer who went up against Steven Avery during his rape/murder trial in 2005, claims the Making A Murderer filmmakers left out key evidence that could have helped prove the alleged murderer guilty. Say what?
Some of that damning evidence included that Steven allegedly called Teresa Halbach‘s job and requested that she be the one sent to photograph the vehicle he was selling. Teresa, the woman who was allegedly raped and brutally killed by Steven on his Wisconsin property in 2005, was a freelance photographer for AutoTrader.
Steven also allegedly called Teresa’s cell phone three times using the *67 feature twice, which blocks a caller’s number from showing up on ID, reports E! Online.
“We wanted to present as many sides as we could, but at the same time, we wanted to tell a compelling story,” the filmmakers told Good Morning America on Tuesday morning, Jan. 5, in response to Ken’s accusation they purposefully left the above mentioned evidence out of their documentary. However, even Ken has admitted that Steven might deserve a re-trial.
Interestingly enough, the filmmakers also revealed that a juror from Steven’s murder trial recently reached out to them and shared that declaring him guilty was a “compromise.” Find out more about this shocking revelation by reading our story, HERE.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers — Was this evidence omitted on purpose? Do you think Steven deserves a re-trial? Comment below with your thoughts.