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Blind Injustice (2005)

When a blind woman becomes the victim of a brutal attack, she becomes confident that she can identify her assailant.

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Diana Scott
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Susan Tyrell
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Alex Chase
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Joanna Bartlett
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Anthony Davis
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Malcolm Humphries
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Martin Humphries
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Esteban
Charles Arthur Berg ...
Baliff Johnson
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Greg Fuller
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Cop #2
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Brandon Klock ...
Cop #1
Sonja Langhorst ...
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A warm hand, a soft noise, a strange voice - Diana Scott relies on these cues to navigate through life - she's blind. When she becomes the victim of a brutal attack, she's confident she can identify her assailant. Brought to trial by overwhelming circumstantial evidence, Diana testifies against suspect Malcolm Humphries. Despite his pleas of innocence, Malcolm is sent to prison. It would be a classic case of a victim finding justice, if it weren't for one thing -- she was wrong. In prison, Malcolm hears about fellow inmate Anthony Davis, who brags about raping a blind woman and getting away with it. Soon, a DNA test proves Malcolm's innocence and he's immediately released. Diana arranges to meet Malcolm and apologize, but her ordeal is far from over. Anthony has escaped from prison to seek revenge. Will she be a tragic victim or can her wits and courage save her this time? Written by Anonymous

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What you can't see, can kill you.

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6 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

This movie was on the Lifetime Movie Network (LMN) which is one of my favorite channels. I was drawn in by the movie and the suspense kept me watching it until the very end. I was very happy that she gained strength from what she went through and became a better, stronger person for it. Many movies like this just show the victim (usually a woman) being a victim and while she was victimized in the beginning, she decides to learn self-defense so she can prevent herself from becoming a victim again. Great for showing that women, especially those with disabilities (aka blind), can defend themselves. It is a great movie!


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