While most Making a Murderer fans have already made up their minds about who they think killed Teresa Halbach, one detective-turned-author has his own theory regarding the murderer's identity.
In fact, former Great Falls Police Detective John Cameron thinks the Zodiac Killer is responsible for Teresa's death and actually framed Steven Avery!
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It's Me: Edward Wayne Edwards, the Serial Killer You Never Heard Of is all about John's belief that a man named Ed Edwards was behind the deaths of JonBenet Ramsey, Laci Peterson, and all 37 killings attributed to Zodiac.
However, after watching the Netflix docu-series for the first time, the author quickly noticed some similarities to Ed's other murders, saying:
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Infamous convicted murderer Scott Peterson is trying to appeal his death sentence. And now, former mistress Amber Frey is worried what that could mean for her.
While speaking out on her behalf, her father said they fear another trial will "make her live it all over again" after "Amber thought the terrible ordeal was finally behind her."
The appeal process will take months, if not years, but that's not stopping Amber from worrying about her and her childrens' future.
Ron Frey recently explained:
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Before the American public was polarized by George Zimmerman, Casey Anthony and Joran Van Der Sloot, it was praying for Scott Peterson to receive the death penalty.
America got its wish too. He was convicted for the murder of his pregnant wife Laci and unborn son Connor in 2005 and sentenced to death.
Now Scott and his lawyer aren't too sure he got a fair trial and want to appeal the decision. In a 423-page court document filed on Thursday, the convicted murderer's lawyer argues that there were all sorts of things wrong with that trial.
Not only are they saying that the investigators never proved "how, where or when" the murder actually occurred, but they insist the jury was tainted, as the document explains:
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