“Conviction” and the Case of Kenny Waters


The upcoming film “Conviction,” tells the story of Betty Anne Waters’ two-decade struggle to free her brother Kenneth after he was convicted in Massachusetts of a murder he didn’t commit. Hilary Swank plays Betty Anne Waters and Sam Rockwell plays Kenneth Waters. Watch the trailer below and learn more about the story behind the film. 

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Lynda Metz September 30, 2019 at 5:05 pm Reply   

I watched “Conviction” this morning. It is quite moving!! Our “Justice System” needs desperately to be fixed (including the Child Welfare Division!!

P Schriner April 8, 2017 at 1:19 am Reply   

And even though the American Criminal Justice system is based on English Common Law, we still feel there’s a statute of limitations on specified crimes unfortunately, even against those who are to uphold the law.

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