Does anyone really believe everything they see on screen? Is anyone naïve enough to think the truth is what “entertainment” is after? I don’t think so, I have faith people think for themselves and look into stories they see or hear, before making judgments themselves.
I have not seen the Deadly Women series yet, I do not have cable, and will be looking for the recent release of their rendition of my sister's case. I found out about it last spring, but couldn't get info on the content. Though I've seen a few clips of their other "shows" and was disappointed in the sensationalizing of violence. I also know what is printed after convictions is not always the TRUTH. Though it can be called legal because once a U.S. jury decides a case, it is then "legally true".
What about all the cases you can refer to that were over-turned and proven wrong? Whether it be DNA, or recanted testimonies, etc; it is only logical for a person to consider some of the horrible reports made of crimes that end up not true. (Please visit Innocence Project, Amnesty International, Equal Justice USA, Center for Wrongful Convictions, Death Penalty Info Center, to see they are over worked with cases the system has wrongfully convicted. Each has more than they can get to.)
I know what I know-
Ever consider why isn't there more out there to read about this case? Why is it so hard to get any facts? There aren't any facts. You can't even track down a trial transcript if you wanted to...
Thank God I got a copy right after the trial.
I was there for the accusations, I was there for the so-called "evidence", I was there for the entire trial.
I know this was a fabrication. A horrific, hurtful scam.
What would you really like to know about the case? Please ask me.
If someone has a link for me to see the show on this case, please share it with me, thank you.
8:45 pm Sunday
I do want to answer the rest of the commenters, and I will, this is just an easy one for now.
To the comment about the Jillian article: Thank you for sharing info with me, I have had that article in my resources for many years, and there is a link to it on this blog (a commenter who dissagrees with me submitted it and I published it for them.) Jillian is Ms May's eldest child, she did not interview Kerry. The author of that article interviewed Jillian about her feelings after she watched the Joan Lunden interview of Kerry. Again thank you for passing on any info about the case, if you find more, I'd appreciate seeing it.
(please refere to my note in the above article)
*to any of you interested: if you would like to have a private conversation with me by email, just submit your email in a comment and I will write you that way. I will not publish your email address. All comments are held for my aproval before publishing. Some of you have a lot to say and I want to answer the many questions and ask some too: but it may be too long for a blog content.