The Making A Murderer news seemed to drop off last week, and I was hoping that it might finally go to bed until some worthwhile developments in the case were made. I was wrong, but I still love all these updates about it so I wasn’t really that upset.
In the latest development, Dateline (some kind of weird show that investigates crime in America) returned to Manitowoc County to give their take on the affair (interestingly, the show covered the story back in 2006 when it was all going down). I was tempted to watch the entire documentary, but the YouTube comments underneath it said it was absolute trash and wasn’t worth watching and brought nothing new to the table, aside from a brief interview towards the end with Kathleen Zellner, Steven’s new defence lawyer.
In the documentary she states that she has new evidence that will exonerate Steven, mainly revolving around new methods of forensic testing that have developed since the verdict. She doesn’t go into the details but seems pretty certain it’s going to work.
Zellner also reveals she bought the same car as Thereesa Halbach so she could understand the blood and DNA within it. That’s a pretty smart move and you would think that would probably help her case.
You can see the short clip below, maybe watch the whole thing too if you’re bored:
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Well, I mean she sounds convinced of his innocence and as though whatever she’s come up with is going to blow the whole case open. I suppose we’ll just have to wait and see what happens there though, because you can’t really comment whiny ou don’t actually know what the crucial part of evidence is.
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