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  • Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey were convicted of murdering 25-year-old freelance photographer Teresa Halbach in 2007. Their story was part of the smash hit Netflix docu-series "Making a Murderer." The following are some evidence photos then-prosecutor Ken Kratz presented at Avery's murder trial. Shown here is Halbach's car, found covered in debris on the Avery property. <b>Watch the full story with interviews with Kratz and the filmmakers on “Nightline” TONIGHT at 12:35 a.m. ET.</b>
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  • Steven Avery's blood was found next to the steering wheel inside Halbach's car. His defense team argued that the local police had it in for Avery from the beginning and planted his blood there.
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  • Blood was also found smeared in the back of Halbach's Toyota Rav-4.
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  • The burn pit behind Avery's trailer where Halbach's charred bone fragments were recovered.
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  • The charred parts of Halbach's cell phone where also recovered behind Avery's trailer.
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  • Teresa Halbach's car key found in Avery's bedroom inside his trailer.
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  • The back of the nightstand that Kratz says was evidence not included in the "Making a Murderer" documentary, where the state argued Avery hid Halbach's car key.
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  • A notepad with Halbach's cell phone number (blurred in this image) and Avery's handwriting on it was found inside Avery's trailer.
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  • Inside Avery's garage where the state argued Avery and Dassey shot Halbach and then later cleaned up the blood.
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  • The shotgun investigators recovered from Avery's trailer that fit bullet castings found in Avery's garage.
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  • A container of paint thinner recovered from Avery's garage that the state argued was used to clean up Halbach's blood.
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  • A container of bleach recovered from Avery's garage that the state argued was used to clean up Halbach's blood. Watch the full story with interviews with Ken Kratz and the filmmakers on “Nightline” TONIGHT at 12:35 a.m. ET.
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