Crazy New Evidence Shows The Police Pegged Steven Avery As Teresa Halbach’s Murderer Before They Knew She Was Dead
Ever since Steven Avery got his hands on a hot-shot new lawyer things have been looking like they’re on the up-and-up for the Making a Murderer centerpiece – there’s word about a second season brewing (which is reportedly pissing off law enforcement in Wisconsin) as well as new pieces of evidence that could prove Manitowoc cops framed Avery being discovered every day.
One such piece of evidence came a-floatin’ down our tip line today from none other than Skipp Topp, one of the lead creators of StevenAveryCase.org. According to Skipp,
I requested from Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Office (MTSO) an index or itemized listing of the Steven Avery documents they have available, in preparation for making further public records requests. In response, they emailed me the following document on February 2, 2016, which I subsequently posted to my website.
This document contains a summary of the Avery cases they have on file. Please note, in particular, the following entry on page 1.
Date: 11/03/2005 18:34
This entry shows Steven Avery listed as a “suspect” with the case type “homicide – non-negligent”. The date and time stamp is 11/3/05 at 18:34.
In case you need a refresher, Teresa Halbach was reported missing on November 3rd, 2005, however there’s no way that Manitowoc police could have known she was dead at the time they made the report. Hell, the time stamp is only hours after Halbach was reported missing, and days before her car was found.
Skipp goes on to state that assuming the date and time are accurate, it would “seem to be troubling evidence of MTSO’s tunnel vision and/or their having knowledge of Halbach’s homicide earlier than should have been possible.” The rest of the document can be read HERE.
So is it a highly unlikely clerical error, or another piece of evidence pointing to police cover-up? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
[H/T Skipp Todd]