SPOILERS. The universally disliked District Attorney of Calumet County, Ken Kratz - AKA the man who prosecuted both Steven Avery and Brendan Dassy - has told Action 2 News’ Emily Matesic that he’s in the midst of writing the book "because the one voice forgotten to this point is Teresa Halbach." He also added that he's "Finally grateful to tell the whole story."
— FOX6 News (@fox6now) January 25, 2016
According to reports: "Kratz has defended the prosecution of Avery and Dassey, saying physical and circumstantial evidence presented at trial secured the convictions, including a bullet found in Avery’s garage with Halbach’s DNA on it. Kratz said evidence was left out of the Netflix series because prosecutors were told they had to meet demands of the filmmakers to participate in the project."
While Kratz is determined to give Teresa Halbach a voice, not everyone is being sucked in by his proposed book telling his side of the story - namely Steven Avery's current defence lawyer. Kathleen Zellner tweeted the below last night.
— Kathleen Zellner (@ZellnerLaw) January 24, 2016
In case it wasn't already apparent, it's a choice response to Avery saying he wasn't interested in helping the man who put him behind bars to sell a book. Still, what would you expect from a former "victims' rights advocate who tried to spark a sexual relationship with a domestic abuse victim and made sexual remarks to social workers."