Newswire: Making A Murderer prosecutor says the show left out key evidence

Making A Murderer, Netflix’s widely buzzed-about documentary series, tells the story of Steven Avery, a man who served 18 years in prison for a wrongful conviction, only to be arrested two years later for the murder of Teresa Halbach. After watching the series, many viewers have concluded that Avery was framed for the murder, and that his case was grievously mishandled by then-state prosecutor Ken Kratz. Kratz—who was removed from that position in 2009 after allegedly pressuring a domestic violence victim into a sexual relationship by threatening to drop the case against her abuser—has been receiving widespread criticism ranging from bad Yelp reviews to death threats, not to mention The A.V. Club‘s Josh Modell’s description of him as “blatantly corrupt, inept, and shameless” based on his portrayal in the documentary series.

But now, according to The Wrap, Kratz is pushing back, saying, “you don …

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