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The Incredible New Insight In ‘Making A Murderer’ Case

If you watched the first season of ‘Making A Murderer’, no doubt you were hooked - line and sinker.

The lawyer acting on behalf of Making a Murderer's Steven Avery has claimed the victim, Teresa Haibach, may have been killed by her abusive partner.

According to attorney Kathleen Zellner has made the claims as part of Avery’s appeal against his life sentence for the rape and murder of the 25-year-old woman in 2005.

According to ABC2Wbay, Zellner submitted a 1,272-page document that details the claim, which accuses Halbach’s ex-boyfriend of being physically abusive towards her during the relationship.

She says the man had injuries to his hands, including scratches made by fingernails, and had given police a fake name.

The report also states that the ex-boyfriend had access to both Avery’s property and Halbach’s house and as a result, could have had ‘complete control’ of the evidence.

She claims the victim's ex helped police to find the car at the Avery residence, adding he had motive and opportunity.

The documents will also claim the ex-partner deleted some voicemails from Halbach's phone after she disappeared.

The Wisconsin Department of Justice said: "We are confident that, as with Mr. Avery's prior motions, this one also is without merit and will be rejected once it is considered by the court.

We continue to send our condolences to the Halbach family as they have to endure Avery's ridiculous attempts to re-litigate his guilty verdict and sentence."

It will be very interesting to see how it plays out…

Source: Lad Bible

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