Thursday, September 29, 2016

‘Making a Murderer’: Zellner Finds Potential Planted Evidence

‘Making a Murderer’: Zellner Finds Potential Planted Evidence

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A new angle has emerged in “Making a Murderer.” With her continuous efforts to get hold of possible loopholes in the unfair conviction of her client, Attorney Kathleen Zellner finds some valuable input. The latest update shows Zellner finding potential planted evidence.

Her thorough investigations had shown possibilities of the cellphone tower data showing glitches in the 2007 trial. In the same trial, it has been found that there is a great chance that Teressa Halbach’s voicemail is not full. Cingular Wireless said that Halbach’s number’s call logs were not sufficient to fill her voicemail completely.

Earlier, the victim’s family and friends said they tried contacting her and all the messages landed in her voicemail. Surprisingly, no voicemails were found on her phone.

On discovering the said event, Zellner was furious. Steven Avery’s new lawyer was taken aback by the cellphone records. The records were given to the defense; the discovery acknowledged Halbach’s leaving Avery’s property alive, says Morningledger.

The victim returned the same way she arrived – 12 miles from Avery’s property since her last ping. Zellner is annoyed with the failure of Avery’s former defense to take hold of the record as evidence. She considers that the proof itself would form ‘reasonable doubt.’

There are also some new doubts cropping up at Avery’s camp, i.e., insufficient pictures of the crime scene. The only available photos are of poor quality. Avery’s new legal team considers two possible reasons behind such poor-quality photographs: either negligence or intentional. Zellner is reluctant to accept it as a case of sheer negligence. There are rules and standard procedure for taking pictures of the crime scene.

Kathleen Zellner will dig deep into the matter, so that her client will be acquitted in no time. Needless to say, all this will make the next update of ‘Making A Murderer’ even more exciting.

  • james barklow

    Nothing about anything regarding Wisconsin should surprise no one, and especially anyone who’s ever had the misfortune of living there.

  • John Basilone

    Zellner is full of crap

    1) It was already established long ago that after it was determined Halbach was missing her brother guessed her password and checked her voicemails deleting some. There is no mysterious vanishing of voicemails.

    2) Her voicemails are irrelevant and hold no potential to establish she left the Avery lot alive. The only way her phone could prove she left the Avery lot alive would be if she spoke to someone after leaving. She arrived at the Avery lot 2:35-2:45. She was seen at the Avery lot around 2:45 and her vehicle was still there about 3pm when Bobby Dassey left. Avery needs either:

    1) Evidence Halbach spoke to someone after 3 pm telling them she was at a location other than the Avery site.

    or

    2) Evidence Halbach spoke to someone after 3pm and the cell tower that her phone pinged was too far away to be able to be accessed from the Avery lot thus proving she could not have been at the Avery lot at the time of such call.

    Halbach’s phone was destroyed at 4:21. The last time Halbach’s phone was used to make a call was at 2:13. The last time her phone received a call was at 2:41. Thus her phone neither made a call nor received a call from 2:42 until the time it was destroyed at 4:21. This means there is no hope at all of her phone helping to establish she left alive.

    What transpired with her voicemails has zero potential to establish she left alive. To put the phone in her hand you need her speaking to someone on the other end. A voicemail from her that was left after 3pm from a location away from the Avery lot would do but not messaged left for her because she failed to answer.

    This is not complex it is quite easy to comprehend.