All posts tagged: Steven Avery

WRECKING CREW: ImaginePublicity on Air Interview with author John Ferak

In WRECKING CREW: Demolishing The Case Against Steven Avery, John Ferak details the investigation of evidence, victimology, and suspects not discussed in detail in the Netflix documentary, Making a Murderer. With access to Kathleen Zellner, Ferak has the inside track.

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True Crime Uncensored: A Wrongfully Convicted Man is Set Free, Then Murders!

Live on Outlaw Radio! Burl Barer and Don Woldman talk to Prosecutor Michael Greisbach about his book, Unreasonable Inferences and the case of wrongfully convicted, Steven Avery.  It’s much more than what you think! Listen live Saturday, April 23,  2pm Pacific, 4pm Central, 5pm Eastern, 10pm Uk time  or hear the re-broadcast 11pm Pacific on errorFM.com http://outlawradio.tv/listenlive.html Manitowoc County Assistant District Attorney Michael Griesbach wanted to get the story straight when it came to Steven Avery.“Itwas a horrible crime,” said Griesbach.Steven Avery is most known for being convicted of the 2005 Halloween murder of photographer Teresa Halbach. But Griesbach focused his book on the crime Avery didn’t commit.Griesbach’s book Unreasonable Inferences starts in 1985 on the shore of Lake Michigan in Manitowoc County. That’s when Penny Beernsten was raped and nearly killed. Unreasonable Inferences is a true crime story written by a prosecutor in the Wisconsin county where the events recounted occurred. From the brutal assault of a woman jogging along a remote stretch of beach on the Lake Michigan shoreline, through a history-making verdict twenty years …