Steven Avery Is To Be Potentially ‘Free In Months’ According To Katherine Zellner
Could this be the crucial alibi Steven Avery has been waiting for?
After the series “Making A Murderer” hit Netflix, it has since sparked almost everyones input worldwide as to whether Steven Avery was innocent or not for the murder of Teresa Halbach.
The general consensus is that he “din’t do it”.
Without spoiling it for those that haven’t seen it, the series end with Steven basically taking the matter in to his own hands.
Now the following may spoil it so switch off if you still haven’t seen it…
With Steven left fighting on his own for his innocence behind bars, he has had the help of Katherine Zellner, his new Lawyer, who has literally been moving the earth for him.
She has surfaced new evidence and alibis that will potentially not only free Mr Avery but completely exonerate him.
This will mean there wouldn’t even be a re-trial and he would be free once again. (If that were the case, we strongly suggest he DOENS’T return to Mantiwoc…)
A man called Curtis Besse has been behind the sources of information fed to the public on the status of the case and the latest from an interview is basically this:
We’re not even looking for a new trial, we’re actually looking for an exoneration.
[Katherine] Zellner’s very confident and Steven is also very confident that it’s not going to take that much time – we’re talking months here.
He added further:
They’re going to show that the blood in the Rav4 and the age of the blood don’t match up.
Steven wants to spend a little time in Wisconsin just to be with his family and to try and celebrate the exoneration.
But then he plans to move out of Wisconsin because why would you want put yourself around that any longer?
Further to this is, it now appears that Bones found in Steven Averys yard that were apparently Teresa Halbach might not actually be hers.
Either way, time is getting on and if there is a humongous twist to come in this after all, we want it before Mantiwoc police department start fleeing in fear.