Ralf Jaeger, the interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, the region where Cologne is located, said Wednesday three suspects had been identified, but no arrests had been made. Mayor Henriette Reker said she expected police to analyze what went wrong and "draw consequences from that". The comment sparked anger and ridicule amid a heated debate about the ugly scenes blamed on men of Arab and North African appearance which have led to more than 100 criminal complaints in Cologne.
But the filmmakers said that the juror was afraid of sticking to that position and sending the case to a mistrial because they were anxious for themselves, they said. Her suggestion comes four years after a state appeals court denied Avery's last request for a new trial. That would have been a compelling story - but it also would have required the filmmakers to concede that Avery might have actually committed the crime for which he now sits in prison, likely for the remainder of his life.
Dusseldorf police confirmed that a special unit named "Casablanca" was investigating 2,000 individuals involved in a Dusseldorf-based organized crime network and that it has been working with Cologne police to determine whether it may be behind the recent assaults.
Her platform, he added , was the one which offered "the best chance to have the most rapid growth in employment and shared prosperity". He returned to the presidential campaign trail this week, stumping for four or eight more years in the White House, this time as First Gentleman.
A March 9, 2006, call from Steven Avery to his mother and sister, telling them to call Dassey's lawyer and say police forced Dassey to make the statements. Authorities involved with the Wisconsin case are saying the series was slanted and omits crucial facts that led to Avery and Dassey being found guilty in the death of photographer Teresa Halbach .
Speaking outside his home, Mr Benn insisted he had not been silenced by Mr Corbyn. Speaking about the reshuffle, which saw Michael Dugher and Mr McFadden sacked for disloyalty, Mr Reynolds wrote: "I understand your need for a greater degree of discipline on the frontbench and therefore believe it would be more appropriate to advocate these causes as a backbencher".