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Netflix and documentalists behind The murderer They have been sued for defamation.

On Monday (December 17), the former Manitowoc County Police Sergeant Andrew Colburn, the streaming service, will be released by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos at the Manitowoc County Circuit Court.

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The true crime series has been accused of being accused by Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey of having murdered Teresa Halbach in the custody of Avery's watch yard.

"The court or other law enforcement officials did not make any evidence, or tried to prepare Avery or Dassey for murder in Halbach," says the lawsuit. Wrap.


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"Although evidence of Avery and Dassey's fault and proof of Avery's guilt have been proven, and when the accused proves that they have no proof of police accusations, the accused was falsely affected by the viewers, and others were proved by Avery in Halbach murder".

Netflix commented on the matter, Ricciardi and Demos have not commented yet.

In the case of Teresa Halbach's murder, as well as the appeal of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, he was able to explore the third season of the show.


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New potential suspects and Kathleen Zellner's efforts to constantly prove the innocent Avery (only yesterday announced plans examine bones at Manitowoc County gravel pit Halbach's body was initially burning in hope, when the bones were moved to Avery's home), there is another area.

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