New Evidence On ‘Making A Murderer’ Shows Steven Avery Was Framed

Steven Avery’s lawyer Kathleen Zeller, says she has found evidence to prove her client is not guilty of murdering Teresa Halbach. Avery even has fans who think he is innocent. They petitioned that he be free’d. The evidence that Zeller has can prove that Avery was framed for Halbach’s murder.

(Photo) Steven Avery’s Lawyer Says “The Inevitable Is Coming”

Steven Avery’s lawyer Kathleen Zeller is feeling really confident about getting her client out of jail. Zellner says “The inventible is coming.” Avery is now serving jail time for the murder of Teresa Halbach.

(Video) “Making A Murderer” Remix Ft. Homer Simpson

“Making a Murderer” now meets Homer Simpson. There is a Simpsons remake of the show which was inspired by Steven Avery who is in jail for a murder.

(Photo) Steven Avery of “Making A Murderer” Writes A Letter To His Fans From Prison

For those who are a little unfamiliar with the Netflix series, “Making a Murderer,” its about a man by the name of Steven Avery. Avery is currently in jail right now. He was cleared of rape conviction after already spending 18 years in prison. However, he was put back in jail for the murder of Teresa Halbach.

Could This Be The Key To ‘Making A Murderer’s Steven Avery Getting A New Trial?

If you’ve been keeping up with the popular Netflix series ‘Making A Murderer’ you know that a single vial of blood was a key piece of evidence Steven Avery’s trial. Just four years prior to being arrested and charged with the murder of of 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach, Avery was wrongfully locked away for 18 years, however was exonerated with the help of DNA testing. Now, Jerome Buting, Avery’s former attorney is speaking saying that science could be the key to releasing Steven once again. Read more below.

Wonder Who That “International Recording Artist” Was In The ‘Making A Murderer’ Jury?

If you’re one of the tons of people who have tuned into Netflix’s new docu-series Making A Murderer, you likely wondered along with the rest of us who this “international recording artist” was on the jury. I mean, not many names come to mind when you try to think of someone famous from a small town in Wisconsin…and that’s because they aren’t! This mystery musician is Richard Mahler, who’s actually the same juror who was excused for the family emergency. He spoke with TMZ and revealed he’s definitely not an international star, and his band, The Rick Raybine Band, merely sang the National Anthem at a NASCAR event and opened for a couple of country acts in Wisconsin. That’s it. Richard said a reporter once said he was an international artist during the trial, and everyone just ran with it from there. He’s way more famous now as a juror from the series than he ever was with this band, I’m sure!

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