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Netflix Sues Former Detective for "Making a Murderer"



Manitowoc Sheriff's former detective, Sheriff, Andrew Colborn filed a lawsuit against Netflix on Monday and Making a Murderer filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos claiming that the documentaries vilified him Court (read here), Colborn says the Docuseries have been processed to give the impression that he and other police have set up evidence for Steven Avery and his 16-year-old nephew Brendan Dassey for the 2005 25-year-old murder Freelance photographer Teresa Halbach.

The lawsuit further states: "At no time during the plaintiff's labor assignment at [Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Office] [Colborn] had served the department spokesman. Dozens of media inquiries for interviews were rejected by the complainant in public statements and in no way included in the controversy surrounding the Avery case and the release of Making a Murderer ] As such, he is neither a "public figure" another "limited public figure", as these terms are defined in the defamation law.

The first part of Making a Murderer was released on Netflix Part 2, which debuted on October 1

9, draws Steven Avery's unprecedented journey from DNA Exoneree and Reformer to a condemned assassin with Kathleen Zellner which is known to have lifted false condemnations.


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