The Dana Pretzer Show – Wednesday, February 22, 2017 – Please Join Me Tonight at 9 PM ET with Author Marie Sutro & Crime Blogger Christina Stoy, Editor In Chief of Blink on Crime
THE DANA PRETZER SHOW
- Author Marie Sutro discussing her new book DARK ASSOCIATIONS
- Crime blogger Chrstina Stoy of Blinkoncrime.com will be discussing Steven Avery
In what can only be described as disturbing and beyond comprehension, the 16 year old nephew of Steven Avery, Brendan Dassey, has also been charged in the murder of Teresa Halabach. Teresa, God rest your soul.
(Please be warned this story is graphic and disturbing)
(The rest at Missing & Exploited)
$400,000 Settlement reached in Avery Wrongful Imprisonment lawsuit
In the category of what the hell are you thinking comes the Steven Avery settlement in his wrongful rape conviction. The initial 36 million dollar lawsuit brought on by Steven Avery against Manitowoc County has been settled for $400,000.00.
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Steven Avery, Don’t Spend your Settlement Money Yet. Teresa Halbach’s Family Files Wrongful Death Suit
I think the majority of people believe a wrongful death suit trumps a wrongful imprisonment any day.
(Read the rest at Missing & Exploited)
Steven Avery, who was wrongly convicted of a rape and spent six years in prison, seems to have been hardly a model citizen. From the looks of some of the correspondence that Steve Avery wrote, maybe jail was the right place after all.
(The rest of the bizarre story at Missing & Exploited)
HE WAS FRAMED. That’s right. Steve Avery says he is being framed for the death of Teresa Halbach like he was years ago in a wrongful rape conviction. This time Steve Avery has forgot about the little DNA thing.
Read the full story at Missing and Exploited, ‘Steven Avery Speaks Out: “All the evidence was planted” in the murder of Teresa Halbach’. The comments are so unbelievable they have to be seen. Video also available.
Other recent stories in the Halbach murder investigation, Bookcase Seized In Avery Case in the Murder of Teresa Halbach