Netflix’s “Making A Murderer” is getting a new twist. Steven Avery?s lawyer Kathleen Zellner has found a new evidence which looks like a ray of hope for Avery.
According to Yahoo, Kathleen Zellner has disclosed that she has discovered an evidence which can help her in proving Steven Avery?s non-involvement in the case.
?It?s the evidence. In having had a number of these cases, it has the signature of a wrongful conviction case. They only focused on him. They did not look at a lot of other suspects, certainly some very key people they should have been looking at,? ?Zellner said in an interview with TheLipTV?s Allison Hope Wiener. She also stressed on the importance of digging out more about the victim. ?There was a very poor investigation done of the victim?s background, who she was involved with, the circumstances of her life. It had all of the hallmarks of a wrongful conviction case,? she added. Zellner is confident that she will try her best to bring out the hidden truth.
?Framing SA twice results in real rapist & murderer never being charged. Who is being served & protected except MCSD?? she tweeted recently.
Zellner has argued that real killer would not be a fool to leave any evidence at the spot where the murder happened, according to Huffington Post. Earlier It was reported that Avery?s DNA was found on the bonnet of Halbach’s car. The court has rejected some evidence provided by the prosecutor since they did not mention the exact dates.
“Making a Murderer? focuses on Steven Avery, ?who spent 18 years in prison on a rape conviction. Avery has had a crime history that includes robbery. In 1985, Penny Beerntsen filed a sexual assault case and pointed at Steven Avery in the court when she was asked to identify the culprit among the other criminals. Evidence which were in favor of him did not make any difference in the judgement. He was sentenced to 32 years.
After being exonerated by DNA evidence, Avery was planning to sue all those who kept him behind the bars. Unfortunately, he was charged with the murder of Teresa Halbach, a young photographer.
Do you feel the Zellner?s latest evidence will save Avery from prison?