'Making a Murderer' Update: Steven Avery Blames Dean Strang & Jerome Buting For Guilty Verdict [VIDEO]

Making a Murderer subject Steven Avery recently blasted his legal team in a scathing new letter from prison.

Avery remains in prison for the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach, the case for which is chronicled in Netflix's docuseries Making a Murderer. While his lawyers, Dean Strang and Jerome Buting, were shown fighting to prove his innocence on the series, Avery doesn't see it that way.

The Wisconsin native wrote a new letter from prison that reveals his true feelings on Strang and Buting, and they're not pretty.

"Dean and Jerry didn't do no investigation on this case, if they did I would not be in prison," he wrote, as reported by In Touch Weekly. "They would have the Suspect if they did there [sic] Job!"

While much of the letter is filled with misspellings, the intention behind his words is clear.

"Lawyers sould [sic] loose [sic] there [sic] license when they don't investigate they [sic] case to proof there [sic] clients and they violating the Ethics, the State sould [sic] take there [sic] license for good," he wrote.

Neither Strang nor Buting have publicly addressed this new letter. Avery's new attorney is Kathleen Zellner, whose work on his case is expected to be prominent in the upcoming second season of Making a Murderer.

Netflix boss Ted Sarandos previewed recently that there is a lot of new information not revealed in the first season or just discovered after the season dropped on Netflix.

"There is a ton of info that wasn't explored just in the confines of the episodes we've already done," Sarandos said at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour. "There's a lot of new information coming up."

Even though there have been plenty of amateur investigative journalists on the web looking into the case, Sarandos did indicate that some of the info will be learned from the show.

"The folks who are associated with it are under exclusive agreement with us," he explained. "The information they're bringing up is totally proprietary. It's going to be a fascinating follow-up."

Making a Murderer season 2 does not yet have a release date.

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