A Matter of Justice (1993)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Thriller


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True story about the mother of a murder victim seeking to bring her son's widow to justice and gain custody of her granddaughter.


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13 February 2009 | toots41
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| setting the record straight
... I just perused these comments for the first time ... to ALL of you who doubted the validity of these characters and events-portrayed ; you could NOT be more wrong ... this movie is dead-nuts ACCURATE ... one possible stray-from-truth : a slight negative pallor was assigned upon Ada,OK ... the town itself was neither mean-hearted nor an obstacle to justice ... just a small group of residents (mostly her family and misguided friends) ... other than that, this movie is ALL TRUTH and ACCURACY throughout ... right down to that dishwater-haired older sister of hers ... the actress looked exactly like that sister ... you only got a "glimpse" of her mean-spirited angst ... but , trust me ... every fact in this movie is just that: FACT ... how do I know ? ... my name was mentioned in a courtroom scene mid-movie ... they had caught her in lies about her past ... an attorney questioned her about "forest" ... "dusty" was my ex-wife ... I was fortunate enough to win custody of our daughter when she was six-months old ... "dusty" then decided to join the Marines and move to Carolina ... the rest is history ... 'nuff said ,,, "forest"


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Release Date:

7 November 1993

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Alma, Kansas, USA

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