Making A Murderer Juror Tells Filmmakers The 'Verdict Was A Compromise' — Watch The Shocking Development HERE!
Well this is interesting!
Making a Murderer has been quite the breakout hit for Netflix as everyone is talking about the 10 part docu-series that investigates the case of Steven Avery who was put on trial for murdering a young woman by the name of Teresa Halbach.
The documentary has enough twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat as you question whether or not Avery really committed the crime, or if he was possibly framed by Manitowoc County Police.
Since the show has been such a success, it's been all over the news and caused several outlets to contact those involved such as prosecutor Ken Kratz, who claimed there was evidence left out of the show, or Steven's defense attorney Dean Strang, who stuck by his defense.
Well, now there's even more news regarding Avery's trial because filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos stopped by TODAY on Tuesday and shared that a juror from the case reached out to them and revealed they "believe Steven Avery was not proven guilty… they believe Steven was framed by law enforcement and that he deserves a new trial."
Not only that, but the juror told them that the verdicts on each count were a "compromise" and told Ricciardi and Demos that members of the jury actually traded votes!
Ch-ch-check out the Laura and Moira's full interview (below) to hear what else they learned.