Shortly after prosecuting Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey in what Netflix viewers are calling a complete miscarriage of justice that could have included law enforcement officers planting evidence, Kratz himself ran afoul of the law after it was proven that he attempted to sexually exploit victims of sexual violence who he should have been protecting.
Kratz eventually blamed his behaviour on addictions to sex and pharmaceuticals. His “sex addiction” was particularly troubling since he gave a speech in his closing remarks in the Dassey trial saying that Brendan just wanted to know what sex felt like.
We can’t now help but wonder if his comments about Brendan’s alleged sexual frustration may have in fact been a hidden confession about his own sexual perversions.
So what do people see deep in the soul of Ken Kratz, hidden behind the polyester suite, Ned Flanders Moustache and what some are calling the most creepy and grating voice in the history of television? Let’s find out.
Tell us in the comments section below what you think of Ken Kratz and which tweet you think is the meanest!
Ken Kratz: The Garbage Man
Ken Kratz is such a slob dumpster human #MakingAMurderer
— Greg Bennett (@GreggyBennett) December 25, 2015
— Sophie Harrington (@sophpos) January 6, 2016
I've never hated a humans voice more than Ken Kratz. I want to punch his waddle
— Ryan Neff (@whosryanneff) December 28, 2015
Every time Ken Kratz opened his mouth, I felt violated. #MakingAMurderer
— Justin Tremblay (@Jdubbed) December 26, 2015
— Alexandra Perez (@__alex_andra) December 31, 2015
— ManitowocSheriffDept (@ManitowocSD) December 29, 2015
— MICHELLE (@micha2334) December 28, 2015
the worst part of Making a Murderer isn't even hearing the horrible things done to a woman it's just Ken Kratz's weird soft voice.
— Stephanie (@ladyyfett) December 27, 2015
It's deeply satisfying to hear Ken Kratz lose his shit, but damn listening to his limp handshake voice is pure agony https://t.co/0rZHR6nDUs
— Lisa Lutz (@lisalutz) December 26, 2015
— The Sklar Brothers (@SklarBrothers) January 4, 2016
That being said, I am so looking forward to never hearing Ken Kratz's creepily calm, condescending, fey voice ever again.#MakingAMurderer
— Darren Elmore (@darrenelmore) December 25, 2015