Alice SeboldHer 1981 film adaptation of Syracuse rape has completely collapsed after being condemned by the man she accused-and one of the movie’s stars has also appeared.
Netflix Victoria pedretti Playing a leading role in “you”-is no longer related to the project “Lucky”, which was set up to depict the plot of Sebald’s 1999 memoirs of the same name … according to this. variety.. It’s unclear who Pedretti will play, but some speculate that it was the author himself.
In addition to losing Pedretti’s acting talent … the project has lost all of the funding that was clearly collapsing in the months leading up to the incredible news on Monday.
Revelation … The man Sebald pinned the rape, Anthony BroadwaterLast week, one of the previous EPs attached to the “Lucky” movie was completely exonerated after delving into the facts of the story … after having doubts about the script and its source material.
Tim Mucciante In fact, he left what he perceived as a hole in the story in the project-but not only that, he actually hired PIs and lawyers to dig deeper … and eventually the local DA. I consulted with the office-this agreed that the evidence was crude and asked the court to revoke Broadwater’s 1982 conviction this week.
Behold, they did just that … and the man wept for what he called the tragedy of justice that had fascinated his name (and his life) for decades.
This is strange … the truth seems to have been hidden in a clear view. What kept Broadwater away for more than 15 years was the testimony at Sebald’s stand that she raped her in 1981, and the analysis of her hair under a microscope, which has since been exposed as an illegal science.
Not only that, but even the process of IDing Broadwater when the man completely fails-first, she said she saw an unidentified black man approaching her on the street a few months after the rape, this At Syracuse University where a person felt to be her attacker.
She notified the police, they painted the area on canvas and picked up Broadwater to fit the general description. Sebald is said to have been unable to select him from the lineup shortly thereafter-focused on another black man-but for some reason Broadwater became prime suspect.
The following year, after he met her in court, she asserted that it was him … and the rest is history. He was released from prison in 1999 and has been in trouble ever since.
Sebald has not commented on Broadwater’s immunity, but she has been seen since the news was reported. Her abandonment of the movie seems to be enough.
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