Netflix's 'Making A Murderer' Confession: Convicted Wisconsin Murderer Admits To The Killing

September 25, 2019
Steven Avery

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If you're obsessed with murder mysteries like I am, you probably had a love/hate relationship with the Netflix show "Making a Murder".

The murder of Teresa Halbach has not only captivated, but disgusted a lot of viewers, for the way that the police have handled this investigation and catching her murderer.

Thanks to Netflix, the story of the men behind bars for the crime who claim to be innocent, Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, has caught the world's attention. After countless attempts to prove their innocence, the court system has denied their release from jail, until maybe now..

Earlier this week, a Wisconsin inmate has reportedly confessed to the murder of Teresa Halbach.

The inmate, who will remain unnamed until Wisconsin law enforcement has access to the confession, told filmmakers of upcoming documentary series Convicting a Murderer, that he was responsible for the infamous death.

Steven's current lawyer, Kathleen Zellner, took to social media Tuesday to post about the confession.


If the secret inmate's confession is found reliable, it could spark freedom for both Steven and Brendan.

Meaning that if Steven is exonerated, it will be the second time he was wrongly convicted of a violent crime in the state of Wisconsin.

Convicting a Murderer is a 10-part documentary series currently in post-production. The series aims to be a sequel to Making a Murderer, but will include parts the Netflix series left out.

This is just pure insanity!!