The 'Making a Murderer' prosecutor is being flooded with online attacks by Steven Avery defenders
Former Calumet County prosecutor Ken Kratz is being attacked via negative reviews on his law firm's Yelp page. Additionally, Kratz has had to shut down his Twitter account, had his Facebook page targeted by his critics, and says he has received death threats.Multiple people have decided to express their anger over what they believe was the unjust conviction of Avery and his 16-year-old nephew, Brendan Dassey, in the murder of photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005.
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"I believe there to be 80 to 90 percent of the physical evidence, the forensic evidence, that ties Steven Avery to this murder never to have been presented in this documentary," Kratz said."Making a Murderer" executive producer Moira Demos countered, "The key pieces of the state's evidence are included in the series."The new reviews of Kratz's legal services on Yelp include swearing and name-calling, as well as references to a sex scandal he was involved in that led to his resigning his position.
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