Whitewash : The Clarence Brandley Story

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Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story

Whitewash : The Clarence Brandley Story

Release Date: April 21, 2002

Year    :   2002
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Genres    :   Drama
Production Companies    :   Paramount Television Studios, Showtime Networks
Director    :   Tony Bill
Producers    :   Stephanie Gorin, April Webster, David Bloch, Michelle Mundy
Writers    :   Abby Mann
RunTime    :   108 mins.

Based on the true story of Clarence Brandley, a black man wrongly accused in 1980 of the murder of a 16-year-old white high school girl named Cheryl Ferguson. Brandley worked at Conroe High School, where Ferguson was visiting as a member of the Belleville High School volleyball team. Three days after her body was discovered, Brandley was arrested as the murderer. Jew Don Boney, a popular activist and Houston city council member, leads the fight to uncover the truth about the Ferguson murder. Mike DeGeurin, a Texas attorney, is brought in to act as the head defense attorney for Brandley, and is joined by a former minister, Jim McCloskey. The lawyers discover that not only is there a complete lack of evidence against Brandley, but the District Attorney, James Keeshan, has been strategizing with the presiding judge. After nine years in prison, three trials and a stay of execution that saved Brandley's life, justice finally prevails as Brandley is granted his freedom.


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