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Living in the small farming community of Rickerby, twenty-four year old Kimberly Jantzen is a single mother working as a gas station pump jockey while she works her way through nursing school to eke out a better life for herself and her daughter, Lizi. In some circles, she is considered white trash. One night after a few drinks at the local pub, she gets into a physical altercation with Billy, her now ex-boyfriend, their fight and break-up because she caught him cheating on her. At the hospital emergency room to deal with a serious cut to her hand the result of the fight, she is treated by her family physician, Dr. Richard Darian, one of the wealthiest and most respected people in town. However, under heavy sedation which Dr. Darian warns her that she may have hallucinations and/or amnesia, Kimberly is certain that Dr. Darian raped her, she unable to fight him off in her drugged state. Believing she will get no justice going through Rickerby's police, she files charges against Dr. ... Written by
Don't waste your time. It's loosely based on the true crime perpetrated by a doctor on one of his patients. What is unfortunate about this film is that the producers changed the facts probably just enough so they would not have to pay the actual victim, Candice Foley, for the rights to her story. This true story is accurately portrayed in the documentary series "True Crime: The First 72 Hours" which airs on National Geographic Channel. You get all the facts in riveting detail and in less than half an hour. Also, Lona Manning penned a very good article on this case, "Rapist, MD", which you can read at crimemagazine.com, an excellent site with substantial information of criminal, legal, and judicial content.
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