Making A Murderer: Steven Avery's lawyer answers the massive questions that people have after Part Two 1 year ago

Making A Murderer: Steven Avery's lawyer answers the massive questions that people have after Part Two

Extremely interesting answers from Avery's lawyer.

Given the fact that the Teresa Halbach murder case continues to develop and evolve, the filmmakers of Making A Murderer, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, have said that they've thought about returning to make Part Three of the documentary series because so many questions remain unanswered.

If you're not up to date with the case - or if you're still watching the documentary series and have a few episodes to finish - consider this to be your spoiler alert warning.

With regards to the most recent developments in the case, Kathleen Zellner, Steven Avery's attorney, has filed a motion with the Wisconsin Court of Appeals to supplement the record to include the recently disclosed Velie CD.

In case you need a reminder, former Detective Michael Velie was tasked with conducting forensic examinations for the computers of Steven Avery, Teresa Halbach, and the home computer of Barbara Tadych, during the investigation into the murder of Halbach.

Earlier this year, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals remanded Steven’s case to Judge Sutkiewicz for the judge to hold any necessary hearings and make factual findings about whether the Velie CD was improperly withheld from the defense.

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As for Brendan Dassey, the U.S. Supreme Court denied his legal team's petition for a writ of certiorari thereby declining to hear his case and leaving the en banc decision of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals to stand.

They're the most current facts of the case.

Obviously, a large reason why Making A Murderer is so popular are the allegations of conspiracy, injustice and corruption. Truth be told, there are still some massive questions that need to be answered.

On that note, Zellner's allegations that Bobby Dassey and Scott Tadych, stepfather of Brendan Dassey, were involved in the murder of Teresa Halbach has been the main point that has people talking.

As she regularly does, Zellner was more than happy to field questions about the case on Twitter and here's what she had to say about the most pressing Making A Murderer questions.

For example...

Why Bobby Dassey hasn't been pursued for further questioning.

Why did the State not question, or punish, Bobby Dassey for having illegal content on his computer?

Why was the coroner's testimony and expertise not allowed to be heard in the initial murder trial that was documented in Making A Murderer: Part One?

One of the main issues of contention was why Debra Kakatsh - former coroner at Manitowoc County -was not allowed to speak at the trial.

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When Teresa Halbach disappeared, did her ex-boyfriend, Ryan Hillegas, ever give an alibi to the police? Did he face questions?

The job that Avery's former legal team, Dean Strang and Jerome Buting, did on the case.

The broken headlight that was found in Tersa Halbach's car.

Why no action was ever taken against Sergeant Andrew Colborn?

Her feelings towards Ken Kratz.

Fingerprints were found in Halbach's car but they didn't incriminate Steven Avery or Brendan Dassey.

Zellner has no direct contact with Barbara Tadych, Steven Avery's sister.

The handcuffs and leg irons that Steven Avery purchased prior to Teresa Halbach's death.

Using political means to free Steven Avery.

Will she continue to defend Steven Avery? Also, what happens next on the case?

All things considered, there are plenty of Making A Murderer questions that need to be answered.

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