New 'Making a Murderer' Lawyer Shares Gripping Evidence Steven Avery Was Framed

Kathleen Zellner

Kathleen Zellner -- the new attorney for Steven Avery, who is the subject of Netflix's hit docu-drama series Making a Murderer -- has taken to Twitter in an attempt to defend her client.  


Zellner will be joined by Tricia Bushnell, the legal director of the Midwest Innocence Project, in defending Avery. Zellner has gotten 17 men who were convicted in wrongful cases exonerated and released. And it seems like she is thinking Avery will be number 18.

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The lawyer is looping the public in on the evidence that she is finding to claim Avery's innocence. Here, she questions the validity of the fact that it took days for two members of the local sherrif's department to discover Teresa Halbach's car key in Avery's trailer -- after investigators had already searched the room:

She questions the burning of Halbach's body:

She says the reason why Teresa Halbach's DNA wasn't discovered on her car key -- but Steven Avery's DNA was -- is easy to explain:

She claims the 22-caliber bullet discovered on the garage floor never exited Halbach's head:

And she gets a jab at prosecutor Ken Kratz over a letter he mailed to Avery in prison after Avery turned down his request to talk to him for a book about the case:

And then she posts the letter on Twitter with a pretty big burn on Kratz:

There may be more episodes coming of Making a Murderer, and there are still so many unanswered questions. Here's hoping Avery's new attorney is able to find the truth in this very troubling case.


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