‘Making a Murderer’’s Ken Kratz claims evidence was left out of Netflix series

The prosecutor spoke about Steven Avery's case in a new documentary

Ken Kratz, the prosecutor in the trial of Steven Avery, has claimed that ‘Making a Murderer’’s filmmakers left crucial evidence out of the series.

Kratz appears in a new documentary, titled ’Steven Avery: Innocent or Guilty?’, that reexamines the controversial case.

In the documentary, the prosector disputes allegations made by Avery’s defence team that a blood vial, a key piece of evidence in the trial, was tampered with.

He said: ”How to you think the blood got in there? The blood gets in there by putting a hole in it. There’s a nurse that was interviewed and said, ‘I’m the one who put the hole in there.’”

Kratz’s also goes on to claim that the blood found in Teresa Halbach’s car is explained by Brendan’s confession.

“We find later when Brendan Dassey is interviewed that he and Uncle Steven, after she was shot in the garage, they, in his words, threw her in the back of the SUV while deciding how to dispose of her body,” he alleges. “They originally had planned on placing the body in the pond, [but then] believing there wasn’t enough water in the pond, Steven Avery carried out the plan to burn her.”

Meanwhile, reports have emerged suggesting that filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos are planning a second season of ‘Making a Murderer’ around Avery’s case.