Steven Avery’s Lawyer Claims She Has An ‘Airtight Alibi’ For Her ‘Making A Murderer’ Client
The Netflix documentary that captured the nation’s attention, Making A Murderer, just simply won’t go away. It’s become so huge that it’s become a weekly if not daily staple in the news.
A lot of that now has to do with the fact that the man featured in the film, Steven Avery, who claims he’s been falsely convicted (for the second time in his life), has a new attorney, Kathleen Zellner, who has been going all on in social media since taking over as his lawyer.
Zellner’s latest salvo launched on Twitter claims that she now has an “airtight alibi” for Avery with regard to the murder of Teresa Halbach.
As anyone who watched the documentary knows Halbach’s cell phone records along with voicemails that were deleted were an important issue with regards to Avery’s conviction. What makes this different is that she’s referring to the information collected by cell phone towers, not just a record of calls. This could potentially show the location of Halbach around the time of her murder.
If the records show that Halbach was not anywhere near Avery’s property at any point after her visit to Avery’s salvage yard that could be some key new evidence to introduce if and when they file an appeal. Especially if they also show that she and Avery were in two different locations when she was killed.
Here’s a little bit more of what Zellner has been tweeting lately as she continues to build a new case for Avery’s innocence…