Last year, the Netflix docuseries Making a Murderer had everyone binge watching and buzzing over whether or not Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey murdered photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005.

For the first time in 10 years, three major players of this murder mystery, defense attorney Jerry Buting, former prosecutor Ken Kratz and co-lead investigator Tom Fassbender, reunite and reveal details viewers never saw in the series that may leave you questioning who really killed Teresa. Did the police frame Steven? Is he really innocent? And was Brendan’s confession coerced by the police? Plus Ken Kratz talks about how he believes the series made him out to be the “villain,” and he says he’s ready to set everyone straight.

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Former Prosecutor Featured In ‘Making A Murderer’: ‘I’m Here To Set The Record Straight’
6 Reasons Former Prosecutor Says He Believes 'Making A Murderer' Subject Steven Avery Is Guilty
Investigator Featured In ‘Making A Murderer’ Adamant There Was No Planted Evidence Or Coercion
Dr. Phil To Guest: 'Did You Bully A Confession Out Of This Boy?'
Why Defense Attorney Featured in 'Making a Murderer' Says He Believes Police Planted Evidence Against Steven Avery


How Prosecutor From ‘Making A Murderer’ Explains Lack Of Blood Evidence In Steven Avery’s House
Why Attorney Featured In ‘Making A Murderer’ Blames Prosecutor For Steven Avery Not Getting A Fair Trial
How Prosecutor In High-Profile Murder Case Explains His Own Scandal With Crime Victim
How Steven Avery’s Ex-Fiancée Claims He Scared Her From Behind Bars

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Illusion of Justice; Inside “Making A Murderer” and America’s Broken System

by Jerome F. Buting


Avery: The Case Against Steven Avery and What “Making A Murderer Gets Wrong”

By Ken Kratz