Katharina Reitz Brow aka Kay --- Sept. 8, 1931 - May 21, 1980

'Conviction' and Hilary Swank draw fire from slain woman's family

'Conviction' and Hilary Swank draw fire from slain woman's family

9 comments:

Amy Ellzey said...

Melrose:

I am just learning about this story. I never knew! What pain you've experienced, and then you're being drug through it again in a public awful way.

I am so sorry. We are praying for your comfort and sense of peace.

I look forward to when we can see you...Amy Ellzey

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Anonymous said...

I understand the reaction, but at the same time I think Mr. Waters also deserve to be heard and he was found innocent so what about his family suffering. the movie is about him not who died.

Anonymous said...

This is an interesting article - the only thing i can find detailing other evidence in the case - even in the movie - which i believe is one sided and manipulates the facts a bit - i found the scene where Waters is very reluctant to have his DNA sample taken and his statement that it will come back "positive" very telling... http://www.tauntongazette.com/lifestyle/x407383032/Wendy-Murphy-Swank-film-Conviction-leaves-out-the-truth

Anonymous said...

All I can say is actors are one of a kind. She needed to stay in character so perhaps she was afraid meeting you would change her. Don't take it personally. I'll bet the person who did this to your mother has been incarcerated for something else by now or dead. I know it doesn't make it better. I'm sorry this had to happen to you and your family.

Livia Vasquez said...

if the police hadnt spent time framing an innocent man perhaps the real killer would be in jail by now for this murder.

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