"Making a Murderer" attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry Buting will come to the Riverside Theater for a moderated discussion about the Avery case and the justice system overall on Friday, March 18.
OnMilwaukee has learned that not only was a prison nurse ready to testify that she was the one who put the hole in Steven Avery's blood vial, but that holes like that are not only common, but the way the vials are supposed to work.
In contrast to the "dream team" of Dean Strang and Jerry Buting (who are gaining quite a devoted, almost fawning following among "Making a Murderer" addicts), Brendan Dassey's first defense attorney, Len Kachinsky, comes across like one of the slimiest villains of the show. But is he?
Walt Kelly is the Milwaukee lawyer who represented Steven Avery in his civil lawsuit after being freed from jail the first time. He thinks there is a chance that Avery could be released from jail a second time.
The November 1917 bomb blast that killed nine policemen and a civilian woman at Milwaukee's Central Police Station must be the city's worst-kept secret. But even now that three books have been published on the subject, the story still seems a little hidden here at home. The latest, "Worse Than The Devil: Anarchists, Clarence Darrow and Justice in a Time of Terror," is out now.