Making A Murderer Fans Take To Yelp To Trash ‘Horrible’ Prosecutor Who Helped Convict Steven Avery!

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***WARNING: Making a Murderer Spoilers Below***

If you have yet to stumble across Netflix‘s latest original series Making a Murderer, then you’re missing out on one of the most maddening seasons of television ever.

The 10-part docu-series follows the true crime case of Steven Avery as he was sentenced to jail for 18 years for a crime he didn’t commit, released after DNA evidence exonerated him, and then again tried for a completely separate crime!

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But what makes the documentary even more enthralling, aside from the twists involving police deception and cover up, is that the case involving 52-year-old Steven and his nephew Brendan Dassey is still developing to this day.

That’s bad news for the former prosecutor who went against Steven back in 2005.

Based on what the show’s portrayal of events, Calumet County District Attorney Ken Kratz, along with Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Lt. James Lenk and Sgt. Andrew Colborn, seem to let Steven take the fall for murder!

And that has led some angry fans to Kratz’ Yelp page, where they’re taking out their frustration with some of the most negative reviews of all time!

Here’s a sampling:

“Ken Kratz is the epitome of scum. He lacks morals and so much more.
I hope that he suffers for the rest of his life because of the way he treated the case of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey.
Unfortunately there will never be true justice. But if there is such thing as justice, Steven and Brendan will be released and Kratz will suffer in prison for the rest of his creepy life.”

“If you want a crooked republican dirtbag lawyer, hire this person. He not only lies, but he took an oath not to lie yet doesn’t care about taking said oath. He allowed two innocent people, in collusion with a crooked judge getting kickbacks and bribes on the side, be sent to prison.
The entire state is a sham.”

“I’m not sure I have ever seen, met, encountered or otherwise engaged a more arrogantly dishonest and evil person.”

“You are a horrible, horrible person.”

“Karma is a b*tch.
I find it hard to believe anyone who has witnessed your complete ignorance of the law would choose to hire you
You are a piece of shit and should do the world a favor and waddle your fat ass into oncoming traffic you waste of life.”

“I really don’t get all the hate for Mr. Kratz, I mean, people should be thanking him. Not since ‘Sh*t Happens’ has there been a more resonating, relevant, clear, concise, well-articulated one-phrase summary that completely and accurately encapsulates what exactly is wrong with the American justice system. ‘Reasonable doubt is for innocent people’ is beautiful in its simplicity and terrifying in its confident disdain for ethics, liberty, and the truth. Such purity of language is truly an accomplishment for the ages. After all, you may not like the context of the phrase, but you can’t argue with its honesty.
This guy. This genius among mortals.”


It didn’t help that Ken had a sexting scandal of his own in 2010 after he sent lewd texts to a domestic abuse victim he was supposed to be defending, something several have mentioned in their Yelp reviews.

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Internet watchdogs Anonymous are trying a different tactic; they’re reportedly working to provide evidence in support of Steven — to prove that the Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Department was covering up some part of the crime!

The hacktivist group is scheduled to release their findings Tuesday, so we suggest familiarizing yourself with this scandalous, decades-long legal battle fast.

All 10 episodes of Making a Murderer are currently available on Netflix.

[Image via Innocence Project.]

Dec 29, 2015 12:52pm PDT

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