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The Story Behind "Conviction"

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Posted: November 16, 2010   3:20 PM

Betty Anne Waters, the real-life hero behind the film “Conviction” says in a new Innocence Project video that she isn’t done fighting injustice.

"I think I’m lucky that I get to be the person that might be able to help someone else," Waters says in the new video, which chronicles the story behind her two-decade fight to help overturn her brother’s wrongful conviction.

Watch the new three-minute video above and let us know what you think by leaving a comment on YouTube.

"Conviction" is currently playing in theaters nationwide. Find a screening near you, learn more about the story behind the film and send an email to Betty Anne Waters telling about your reaction to film or your family’s story of conviction in the face of injustice.
viet doan says:
Mar 11, 2015 07:34 PM

Betty, you're such a greatest sister in the world. You did a great job to save your brother. I'm crying when watching this movie.

Vanessa Martinez says:
Jul 27, 2015 02:01 AM

Betty you're an AMAZING sister. I just finished watching "Conviction" I bought it and cried throughout the movie. I admire you and don't even know you. I'm so happy for yours and Kenny's Victory. May he RIP.

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