Making A Murderer’s Steven Avery bought leg irons and handcuffs the day before he tied, raped and slaughtered Teresa Halbach, police reports claim

Making A Murderer’s Steven Avery bought leg irons and handcuffs the day before he tied, raped and slaughtered Teresa Halbach, police reports claim

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MAKING a Murderer’s Steven Avery bought leg irons and handcuffs the day before he tied, raped and slaughtered Teresa Halbach in 2005, police reports claim.

Shocking claims are revealed by prosecutor Michael Griesbach in his book Indefensible: The Missing Truth About Steven Avery, Teresa Halbach And Making a Murderer.

Avery bought leg irons and handcuffs the day before he tied, raped and killed Halbach, police reports claim
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Teresa Halbach was raped, dismembered and burnt on a fire on October 31, 2005
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In the notorious book about Avery’s past, Griesbach claims vital evidence about Avery’s alleged crimes leading up to Halbach’s murder had been left out by the Netflix documentary.

Griesbach, a former prosecutor who helped overturn Avery’s wrongful 1985 sex attack conviction, is convinced he is guilty of murdering Teresa despite suggestions in Making A Murderer.

He accuses the documentary makers of deliberately leaving out key evidence to make Avery appear the victim of a second miscarriage of justice.

Avery was jailed for life along with his 16-year-old nephew Brendan Dassey, who confessed he helped his uncle rape, stab shoot and dismember the victim in 2007.

TELEVISED PRESS CONFERENCE

Before Avery’s and his nephew’s trial began, lawyer Ken Kratz gave the media a televised press conference in 2006.

Kratz warned children not to watch the press conference as the details were too grim for them to hear.

In the statement, he said: “Brendan accompanies his sweaty, 43-year-old uncle down the hallway to Steven Avery’s bedroom.

“There they find Teresa Halbach completely naked and shackled to the bed. Teresa Halbach is begging Brendan for her life.

“The evidence that we’ve uncovered establishes that Steven Avery at this point invites his 16-year-old nephew to sexually assault this woman that he has bounded to the bed.

“During the rape, Teresa is begging for help, begging 16-year-old Brendan to stop, if he could stop this.”

Sixteen-year-old Brendan, under the instruction of Steven Avery, cuts Teresa Halbach’s throat but she still doesn’t die


Ken Kratz

Kratz’s went on to reveal grim details about Teresa’s final minutes before being raped and butchered.

He continued: “Brendan watches Steven Avery take a butcher knife from the kitchen and stab Teresa Halbach in the stomach.

“What Steven Avery does then while Teresa is still begging for her life is he hands the knife to the 16-year-old boy and instructs him to cut her throat.

“Sixteen-year-old Brendan, under the instruction of Steven Avery, cuts Teresa Halbach’s throat but she still doesn’t die.

“There’s additional information which includes manual strangulation and gunshot wounds.”

‘SHAMEFULLY OMITTING EVIDENCE’

Kratz, who has written a bombshell book about the case called Avery, has also hit out at the Netflix show’s producers – accusing them of “shamefully” omitting key evidence and presenting a one-sided view of the case.

He says nothing in the 10-part second season – which has included in-depth crime scene recreations and expert testimony attempting to debunk the prosecution’s case – has made him question Avery’s guilt and believes there’s no way he’ll ever be freed.

He said: “Steven Avery killed Teresa Halbach.

“The jury unanimously determined that. Every Appellate Court since has reaffirmed that conviction.

“Avery is a sadistic killer, who is right where he belongs —he will die in prison.”

Griesbach’s book also reveals how Avery was obsessed with extreme bondage sex and once throttled his lover unconscious in the months before the murder at the heart of the hit Netflix series.

Avery also boasted how he wanted to rape and murder young women in a ‘torture chamber’, according to police reports citing his fellow inmates, known as “jailhouse snitches”.

Prosecutors wanted to use these allegations in at his trial, but the judge deemed such information was inadmissible and unrelated to the killing of Miss Halbach.


Avery’s ex-girlfriend Jodi Stachowski said she felt guilty because she had been due to be with Avery on the day he raped and butchered Teresa, and could have saved her.

She said: “He’s not innocent. I ate two boxes of rat poison just so I could go to the hospital and get away from him.”

Jodi also said she believed Avery and his nephew raped Miss Halbach while she was tied up on the bed, before murdering her – similar to that of Brendan Dassey’s story.

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Michael Griesbach’s book ‘Indefensible’ reveals grim details about Avery’s violent past[/caption]

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Brendan was jailed for life with his uncle for the slaughter of Teresa Halbach[/caption]

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Lawyer Ken Kratz gave the media a televised press conference in 2006 about Avery and Dassey’s roles in Teresa’s death[/caption]

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