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Steven Avery infected with the coronavirus

People the world over have followed in the case of Steven Avery, ago Netflix in december 2015, released the first season of the documentary series 'Making a Murderer', which was sown doubt as to whether he actually committed the murder of photographer Teresa Halbach, as in 2007 he was convicted of.

the 57-year-old Steven Avery sits remain in prison for the murder of the photographer, and in 2018 the published Netflix the second season of the series. Here he had changed the lawyer to the recognized Kathleen Zellner, who has been fighting to get him free.

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The combat is she is still in progress, but at the same time battling Steven Avery is now a second match against his health. He is one of those who have been infected with the coronavirus, confirms the lawyer on Twitter.

'It is true that Steven Avery has been tested positive for the covid-19. He's going to be quite brisk again,' she writes, and continues:

'The biggest threat for him is whether the COA (court of appeal, ed.) will cure the disease, which meant that he was judged unfairly'.

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a total Of 217 of the inmates at Waupun prison, where Steven Avery is sitting, has been tested positive for the disease. It writes NBC15.

More than 1500 people - including 1181 inmates - has been tested in the prison during the past time, and a number of these tests have been positive. About half of the samples are investigated at the present time.

the Vast majority of those infected in prison are, however, without symptoms, it sounds. It is not known whether Steven Avery has symptoms.

Steven Avery was in 2007 convicted of murder. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Steven Avery was in 1985 and convicted of rape, although he claimed that he was innocent. 18 years inside the 32-year long punishment he was pure acquitted due to new dna evidence, and he was again set at liberty.

He defendant instead Manitowoc County for an amount equivalent to 240 million crowns, but he was living in the city, where, however, he was not allowed to enjoy the freedom for long.

At the end of 2005, he was arrested and charged with the murder of Teresa Halbach, as in 2007 he was convicted of having committed together with his nephew, the 16-year-old Brendan Dassey, who also since has been held in prison.

Steven Avery has all the time claimed that he did not commit the murder, but until now the american legal system then, not believed in him.

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