The detective from Making A Murderer suing Netflix for slander

One of the detectives featured in the Netflix series Making A Murderer, suing the media for libel. According to Andrew Colborn is he there in the program falsely accused to have tampered with evidence in the lawsuit against Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey.

In the rechtbankpapieren sets Colborn according to Variety that he’s been after since the launch of the program by the end of 2016 “on a global scale is despised and ridiculous”. His lawyer shows up in a statement: “He must charge in order to set things up and his good name to restore.”

Colborn explains in the documents that the program the viewers to the conclusion late that evidence has been planted at the murder scene of Teresa Halbach, the woman with whom the research is about. Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey are stuck in that case.

The creators of the program Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos have always kept up with the series just to prove to me that a lot went wrong in the police investigation and the lawsuit.

The detective complains in addition to Netflix also Ricciardi and Demos, and the production company behind the Making of A Murderer.

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