It’s the one-year anniversary of Ken Kratz sending Steven Avery a letter asking Steven to help Kratz with his new book. With that in mind, I’ve sent Kratz a letter asking him to help with my book:
Kenneth R. Kratz
Kratz Law Firm
1507 Tower Avenue, Suite 414
Superior, WI, 54880
September 6, 2016
RE: I’m Appalled That You Framed Two Innocent People
Dear Mr Kratz,
I reference your letter dated September 6, 2015, wherein you attempted to lure Steven Avery into admitting guilt to crimes that originated in the depths of your depraved mind, in the greedy hope that Steven would contribute towards your book Avery: The Case Against Steven Avery and What “Making a Murderer” Gets Wrong.
If you are interested in being honest about what happened and finally telling the whole story of how you framed two innocent people, including an intellectually challenged teenager, I’m hoping that you might choose to tell me your story for inclusion in my book: The Framing of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey by Kratz and Other Miscreants.
Unfortunately, it is with an embarrassing narcissism that you have chosen to continue your charade even though anyone with a jot of common sense – with the exception of Nancy Grace – has seen through your pretence and views you with ridicule and contempt. I’m offering you ONE opportunity to come clean.
For your information, the difference between you and other circus ringleaders from days of old is that they promoted hoaxes before the advent of DNA testing, so that people were never privy to the truth. I am willing to put the truth out there for you, Ken, however if you are going to continue to lie about what happened in the face of Kathleen Zellner’s DNA evidence, I am not interested.
If you change your mind and you’d like the opportunity to tell your story someday, please contact me. I am not the douchebag you referred to me as on Facebook. Just be honest with me, Ken, I have your best interests at heart – just like your buddies Fassbender and Wiegert helped Brendan Dassey get back to school and home to watch WrestleMania. Come clean and bring down all of Manitowoc County with you. You’d better do it soon before they throw you under the bus. An admission of guilt with some feigned tears, remorse, blame-shifting to your Xanax addiction and Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings playing in the background might help mitigate your prison sentence.
If you do ever end up in an orange jumpsuit, Ken, hold onto that soap very carefully. In the event that it slips from your hand in the shower and you must bend over, try to remember the ordeals of your multiple sex-pest victims, including the vulnerable women you were meant to serve and protect.
Author & Activist