The latest twist in the story of Netflix’s famous Making a Murderer series will replay in the courts, but this time Netflix is directly involved. This is due to the fact that one of the detectives in the case of Andrew Colborn has filed a prosecution process (PDF) that names the streaming company, its executives Lisa Nishimura and Adam Del Deo, documentary Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos and editor Mary Manhardt as defendant. 1
9659002] The former police officers stated that he was not a “public official” and that the documentary distorted him as a person who planted evidence and left important information about the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach. The file rings out specific scenes, such as a close-up of a blood bottle with a hole in the top in section four as “manipulated” evidence that manipulation is due to the result of standard testing and storage.  People have called the series for having said details before, but the effort here is higher. Colburn is seeking a verdict against the accused and also a clarification to try to clear his name.