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Steven Avery Speaks Out: “All the evidence was planted” in the murder of Teresa Halbach

The latest rantings of Steven Avery are that he did not kill Teresa Halbach and that all the Avery CBSevidence that the police found on the Avery Salvage Yard property was planted. Thats right, he is being framed. Yes that it right, Teresa’s car, her car keys, and even blood that was found in her car. Steven Avery even goes so far to say that even Teresa Halbach’s charred remains and scattered bones and teeth found at the crime scene have all been planted.

Since the latest developments, Avery still insists he did not kill Teresa Halbach.

He says all of the evidence, including Teresa Halbach’s charred remains, her car, and car key were planted all throughout his property. Avery

He says the same about his blood that was found in her car.

According to court documents Steve Avery’s blood was found in the following places in Teresa’s Halbach’s Rav 4:

  • Driver’s seat area
  • Ignition area
  • Front passenger seat
  • Rear Passenger door entrance

Video available to hear the just outlandish comments, changed stories and excuses to explain away the mountain of evidence against him. Wait until you hear how his blood got in her car.

Steve, a word to the wise. Just because you got off on a wrongful rape charge does not mean it will happen again. Just as the DNA evidence cleared you of the previous crime that you were wrongfully accused and convicted of. DNA will be you undoing in the murder of Teresa Halbach.

One might say, you live by the sword and you die by it as well. However in this case it will have to be life in prison for this heinous , vicious and brutal crime as Wisconsin does not have the death penalty.

Steve Avery made the following comment regarding the evidence against him, ” this time he’s not sure how he’ll prove his case”.

The correct answer is, you’re not. Its a DNA match this time.

December 15th, 2005 at 03:35pm Posted by | Found Deceased, Missing, Pictures, Steven Avery, Teresa Marie Halbach | 5 comments

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  1. [...] Read the full story at Missing and Exploited, ‘Steven Avery Speaks Out: “All the evidence was planted” in the murder of Teresa Halbach’. The comments are so unbelievable they have to be seen. Video also available. [...]

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  2. Wow Avery cant even try to lie what a an {{edit}}e no one should even listen to him he lies right out of his fat {{edit}} and everyone knows it. I would love to {{edit}}} deserves it

    Comment by Emily | May 15, 2006

  3. Who thinks this guy actually committed the first crime of sexual assault? I think it is possible. He may have worked with the individual who’s hair was found and admitted as DNA in the case.

    Comment by Shealy | October 14, 2006

  4. I agree with Shealy. He probably was working with the guy who’s hair was found in the first crime.

    1. He has a demonstrated fetish for gang rape by involving his nephew in the Halbach sexual assault/murder.

    2. Like people tend to tend to gravitate together. His physical appearance was like that of the guy who’s hair was found, and had a similar criminal background.

    Comment by m | October 14, 2006

  5. Steven Avery Exonerated after 18 Years in Prison
    On July 29, 1985, Steven Avery spent the day with his family, first shopping in the morning, then helping to pour concrete at his father’s home, then buying paint at a Shopko in Green Bay with his wife and five children in the late afternoon and early evening.

    Late that same afternoon, a woman was brutally attacked, sexually assaulted, and nearly killed on a beach in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin.

    Sixteen witnesses, including Avery’s family and friends, a cement contractor, and clerks at Shopko, along with store receipts from Shopko, corroborated Avery’s alibi. But the state didn’t believe Avery or his 16 alibi witnesses. He was charged with and convicted of the brutal attack on that beach in Manitowoc County, based almost entirely on eyewitness identification testimony of a single witness. The state also presented microscopic hair examination evidence indicating that a hair found on Avery was “consistent” with the victim’s hair. Avery was sentenced to 32 years in prison in March 1986.

    Avery’s conviction was affirmed by the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court denied discretionary review. Ten years later, in 1995, Avery sought DNA testing on fingernail scrapings taken from the victim immediately after the crime. Those tests revealed genetic markers consistent with both the victim and Avery, so that the laboratory could neither conclusively exclude Avery (on the off-chance that he and the victim shared those markers), nor identify him as the perpetrator. Those tests, however, also revealed DNA from another, unknown person, which could not have come from Avery. Despite this evidence of a third-party, the Wisconsin courts denied relief, holding that the DNA evidence was not sufficient to warrant a new trial.

    In April 2002 the Wisconsin Innocence Project of the University of Wisconsin Law School obtained a court order, over the state’s objection, under Wisconsin’s postconviction DNA testing statute for new testing under newer, more powerful DNA technology. The Wisconsin Crime Laboratory succeeded in developing a PCR/STR profile from a pubic hair retrieved immediately after the assault from the victim’s pubic hair combings. On September 10, 2003, the lab results were released, proving that Avery and his witnesses were telling the truth, that he was not at that beach on July 29, 1985, that he had nothing to do with the crime, and that the eyewitness was simply mistaken, as eyewitnesses often are. The DNA test conclusively excluded Avery as the source of the pubic hair, and also identified the true perpetrator of this crime, a man named Gregory Allen, who is currently serving a 60-year sentence in prison for sexual assaults committed after this one. Allen was matched to the DNA profile in this case through a search of the state and national DNA databases.
    The very afternoon that the final results were in from the lab, on September 10, 2003, the new District Attorney stipulated that Avery is innocent and that he should be freed and the case dismissed. Later that same afternoon, the court signed an order officially exonerating Avery and ordering his immediate release. Shortly before 9:00 a.m. the next morning, September 11, 2003, Avery walked out of the Stanley Correctional Institution. He had served over 18 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.

    When Avery was hauled off to prison he lost virtually everything. When he was arrested he had a wife and five children, a job, and a supportive extended family. His wife divorced him while he was in prison. When he walked out of prison, his children were all grown. Two of his children-twins-were less than a week old when he was imprisoned. When he was released, they were 18. He never had a chance to know those children.

    If you look at the timeline of events, in this new case there is plenty of reason to keep an open door and mind. Get the facts before you rush to judgement. Manitowaoc County has 38 million reasons to frame this man.

    I’m more interested in finding out the truth and you should be too.


    M&E: That was then, this is now. Scott Peterson would have loved to have had you as a juror.

    Comment by Doug | March 1, 2007

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