Steven Avery's post-conviction counsel has just filed a 220-page post-conviction motion. I look forward to printing it off and diving into the details tomorrow. In perhaps the most interesting part of the motion, attorney Kathleen Zellner has identified a third-party suspect. You can see who he is in this clip, where he (sort of) answers questions from a news reporter. And of course, to learn more about Wisconsin's truth-suppressing third-party defense rule, its unconstitutionally low burden of proof, its weak ethics rules governing prosecutors, and other legal defects that caused Avery to be convicted in the first place, read my newest book, Convicting Avery.