Ken Kratz to offer 6 reasons why Steven Avery of ‘Making a Murderer’ is guilty

Steven Avery, the centerpiece of the Netflix documentary, Making a Murderer, is guilty, at least according to the man who helped put him behind bars, Ken Kratz. The former prosecutor appears on the Dr. Phil show on Monday, where he’ll provide six reasons that he prove that Avery is indeed a murderer.

Avery, 54, is currently serving a life sentence in a Wisconsin prison for the 2005 murder of freelance photographer, Theresa Halbach. After the explosive popularity of Making a Murderer, which centers around the lack of evidence (among other things) at Avery’s trial, millions of people across the world are convinced that Avery is innocent and wrongfully accused.

As the prosecuting attorney in Avery’s case, Kratz has always maintained that Avery was guilty, despite how, in his opinion, the documentary made it seem as if Manitowoc County law enforcement officials set the Wisconsin man up by planting evidence. To back up his theory, Kratz is set to provide Dr. Phil with evidence that “proves Avery killed” Halbach.

The Monday episode of Dr. Phil airs on ABC. Watch the video below for a special preview of the upcoming show, where Kratz intends to give indisputable proof against Avery. He also appears face-to-face with defense attorney, Jerry Buting, Avery’s former lawyer who Kratz hadn’t seen in a decade.

[Feature Photo: AP/Morry Gash, Pool]