Because we just can't get enough of the Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer, comedian Jena Friedman recently sat down with the universally-loathed prosecutor from the controversial case, Ken Kratz, who finally revealed something undeniably true: "I was a dick."
Kratz explained to Friedman, "I'm not that person anymore," referencing the "bravado" and general awfulness he displays in the series. In fact, he's so different he's apparently not a Leo anymore, since the astrology sign dates were changed and you know what, Ken, no one cares.
Friedman wasn't afraid to address the serious issues, asking Kratz questions like, "Do you think your lack of likability cock-blocked your case?" She also asked Kratz about, among other things, the sexting scandal that led to his resignation from the position of Wisconsin District Attorney in 2010. He said that his "respect that [he has] for all women" prevented him from telling her what he'd sext her, which is maybe not as completely true as the part where he said, "I was a dick."
Kratz also mentioned that he's a defense attorney with a private practice now. Interesting… so if Steven Avery ever does get another trial, could there be a chance Kratz would step in to defend him?