Steven Avery’s “Making a Murderer” to real investigations, What’s going on?

A murderer from Wisconsin confesses to being responsible for the death of Teresa Halbach, whose murder stars in a docuseries on Netflix.

A murderer from Wisconsin has confessed to being the culprit in the death of Teresa Halbach, the photographer whose case was made famous by the success of the Netflix docuseries about her murder: “Making a Murderer.” Halbach was murdered on October 31, 2005, after visiting Avery’s land, but both Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey have maintained their innocence.

Are there any confessions made?

A team led by Shawn Rech is working on the second part for the documentary series called “Convicting a Murderer.” They have been submerged in investigations for almost two years, and during the process, a murderer would have confessed to being the true author of the crime, according to what the director of the project himself revealed.

“We do not confirm the legitimacy of the confessions, but since they were given by a known murderer from Wisconsin, we felt it was our responsibility to provide any possible evidence to law enforcement and legal teams. We’ve been in production for 20 months, and we’ve uncovered an unfathomable amount of information and evidence that guides us to the truth. Our research doesn’t end there, ”he says.

Kathleen Zellner, attorney for Steven Avery, confirmed receiving the confession. However, he assures that it will be of no use if it cannot be corroborated. “We received the handwritten confession on Saturday. It is worth nothing unless it is corroborated, “he posted on Twitter. Brendan Dassey’s attorney confirmed that she had also received the manuscript but did not add any ratings.

Zellner claimed to know the name of the “detainee in question, but I do not wish to reveal it at this time. The prisoner contacted us a week ago. He sent us his handwritten confession before contacting the producer of the Netflix series (who will interview him).

Help and get rewarded !!

At the moment, they have not given reliability to the confession since a reward of 100,000 dollars (91,000 euros) has been offered to any citizen who can help in the arrest and conviction of the real murderer of Teresa Halbach. It may be this amount that really motivated the inmate to confess to the crime.