Ken Kratz releases his book! #NellLaw Breaking News
#NellLaw Legal News-Ken Kratz releases his book, "Avery; The Case Against Steven Avery and What "Making a Murderer" Gets Wrong". It is an easy read and certainly outlines how biased the Netflix series was. It describes to the public evidence that convicted Avery, as well as, some surprises that I was not even aware of during the trial. Keep in mind, the producers of "Making a Murderer" rented an apartment in Calumet County for the duration of the trial and became close with the Avery family and the defense team, with the intention of making a film.
The obvious intent of the film was to show injustices of a system through the story of a man wrongfully accused of a violent crime in a small town, who was later released. A murder occurs in that same community, and Avery is again at the center of an investigation with all evidence pointing at him.
The producers of "Making a Murderer" first attempted to sell the film to HBO, but were refused. They turned the film into a documentary and, almost ten (10) years later, sold it to Netflix where people saw a one sided view which would have made anyone think Avery was innocent. It did not include all of the admissible evidence that convicted Avery in a Court of Law. Before taking an emotional stance on this case, whether you think law enforcement did or didn't act appropriately, please read Ken Kratz's book. It outlines the EVIDENCE that was admissible and how the Court of Law and a jury came back with a verdict of guilty. (I am only referring to Avery's case in this matter, NOT Brendan Dassey's).