Home Videos Photos Shop
PerezHilton CocoPerez Brangelina Pop Culture Merch T.Swift Kim K. PerezTV

All tag results for ken kratz

Making A Murderer Attorneys Are Putting On A Two-Man Show To Discuss Steven Avery's Case Live Onstage

no title

This is either going to be super informative… or really exploitative!

The controversial case of Teresa Halbach's murder has become a national sensation ever since Netflix first premiered Making a Murderer two months ago.

The ten-part docu-series follows the trial and eventual convictions of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey and ignited a conversation about corruption in the Police force.

And while America may have become enamored in the investigation thanks to a TV show, the story is about to come to life through a whole new medium: live theater.

Related: 7 Other True Crime Stories To Binge After Making A Murderer

Steven's former attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry Buting were fan favorites from the series, and are looking to capitalize on their notoriety to teach other people about the "systemic failures of the criminal justice system."

On March 31, Dean and Jerry will be holding a one-night only

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

Making A Murderer's Steven Avery Shares A Letter From Prison!

Filed under: TV NewsLegal MattersViral: NewsNetflix

no title

We admire his positive attitude.

Steven Avery has spent most of his life behind bars, but that isn't about to make him any less confident that he'll eventually get a retrial.

The 53-year-old public figure has divided the country ever since Netflix's Making a Murderer premiered, detailing his potential involvement in the death of Teresa Halbach.

Related: Steven Received A TERRIBLE Letter From His Prosecutor

Whether you think Steven and Brendan Dassey are actually guilty, it's impossible not to question the validity of the trial, mostly due to police incompetence and planted evidence.

Luckily, Steven just hired a new attorney named Kathleen Zellner who specializes in wrongful convictions, and he's now speaking out directly to his supporters for the first time through her!

In a letter straight out of prison from over the weekend, Steven informed his fans of his upcoming legal plans, saying:

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

Making A Murderer Didn't Show Everything — ID's Steven Avery Special Uncovered One More Big Fact About The Case…

Filed under: TV NewsLegal MattersViral: NewsNetflix

no title

This case never ends.

Making a Murderer has been the biggest surprise to come out of Netflix ever since the trial and eventual conviction of Steven Avery made its way online back in December.

Now, two months later, we're still learning more about the case that has divided the country over who actually murderer Teresa Halbach.

Related: Read The TERRIBLE Letter Steven Received In Jail

In fact, there was just another TV special dedicated to examining the high-profile case, aptly titled Steven Avery: Innocent or Guilty, which aired on Investigation Discovery over the weekend.

While the hour-long look into Manitowoc County wasn't quite as sensationalized as Netflix's, we did get some new info regarding the case.

Most shockingly,

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

The Making A Murderer Prosecutor Sent THIS Cruel Letter To Steven Avery In Prison!

no title

No wonder he admitted to being a d*ck the other day, he knew this was about to surface!

Ken Kratz isn't exactly the most beloved man in America right now ever since people got a look at how he treated Steven Avery on Making a Murderer.

The Netflix docuseries does a good job of painting the convicted killer of Teresa Halbach in a positive light while simultaneously making the prosecutor look mean-spirited and incompetent at his job.

Related: Former Detective Thinks The Zodiac Killer Murdered Teresa

Well, after the public trashed his business on Yelp, we assumed the worst was over for Ken… but we were wrong.

That's because a letter he wrote to Steven back in September made its way online this week and it is just about the cruelest thing imaginable.

While Ken starts off apologizing for any misunderstandings, things quickly take a sour turn when he basically makes fun of Steven for proclaiming his innocence, saying:

"Unfortunately, you want to continue your nonsense about being set up. That's too bad, because you had ONE opportunity to finally tell all the details, but now that will never happen."

Vile.

Ch-ch-check out the September 6 letter straight off of Ken's desk (above)!!!

[Image via Netflix and Twitter.]

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

One Of The Making A Murderer Stars Wants To Write A Book — But It May Not Be Who You Think!

ken kratz making a murderer

Netflix's hit 10 part docu-series Making a Murderer explores the case of Steven Avery, who was sentenced to life-in-prison for the murder of a young woman by the name of Teresa Halbach back in 2005.

The documentary has caught the attention of everyone across the country, from celebrities to media hosts, so we're not shocked to report that people featured in the series are now trying to cash in!

Related: Making A Murderer Was Almost Shut Down!

The prosecutor in the case, Ken Kratz, is looking to write a book about his experiences!

WBAY-TV reports that the reason Kratz wants to do so is:

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

Making A Murderer Creators Reveal The State Of Wisconsin Almost Shut Down Production & Address Evidence Left Out Of The Docuseries!

Plus find out how you can see the full transcripts from the trial!

Could you imagine a world without Making A Murderer?

The popular Netflix docuseries has sparked countless conversations about Steven Avery's conviction in Teresa Halbach's 2005 murder.

And considering the whole thing has caused a lot of people to take a really critical look at our justice system — particularly in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin — we weren't entirely surprised that the state wanted to squash the whole thing!

Related: Prosecutor Admits He Was A D*ck During Steven's Trial!

On Wednesday, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos — AKA the popular production's creators — took over the series' Twitter for a Q&A, and things got pretty interesting when they were asked about the biggest challenges they faced when filming the 10-part project.

The lovely ladies revealed that the state of Wisconsin tried to shut them down, sharing:

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

Making A Murderer's Ken Kratz Admits He Was A Total D*ck During The Steven Avery Trial! WATCH!

Filed under: TV NewsLegal MattersNetflix

no title

His words, not ours!

On the hit Netflix show Making A Murderer, prosecutor Ken Kratz successfully convicted Steven Avery of murdering 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach.

However, the docuseries painted the now-defense attorney to be an extremely unlikeable character.

Related: Gigi Hadid Is Hooked On Making A Murderer!

Just so y'all know… he agrees.

In a recent interview with Gothamist, the Wisconsin resident tells comedian Jena Friedman that he is ashamed of how he acted during the highly publicized trial.

He said

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off