Mitzi Kapture portrays a military investigator trying to convict an officer of killing his wife. Convinced the officer committed the crime but hindered by lack of physical evidence (including a body), she must interview military personnel who have differing views of the events and circumstances surrounding the murder.
He was a perfect soldier and a perfect suspect.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for a scene of violence, and thematic elements involving spousal abuse
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Did You Know?
This is the true story of the March 4, 1989 disappearance of CPT Shirley Gibbs Russell from Quantico, Virginia. Her husband, Robert Peter Russell, was arrested, tried and convicted of her murder after the Government discovered a 26-step "recipe for murder" among his personal items. The Government's theory was that she was shot behind the ear by her husband with a .25 caliber handgun and then her body was disposed in an abandoned mine shaft in Pennsylvania. Her body has never been found. See more
Referenced in On the Set of Sightlines