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Private Violence (2014)

Oklahoma Cop Deanna was kidnapped by Robbie, her estranged husband, and beaten in the cab of his truck over a harrowing four-day journey. They were pulled over by police and she was taken ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Kit Gruelle Kit Gruelle ... Herself
Deanna Walters Deanna Walters ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stacy Cox Stacy Cox
Kimlani Ford Kimlani Ford
Shari Gantt Shari Gantt
Brad Johnson Brad Johnson
Telly Kelly Telly Kelly
Jean Kilpatrick Jean Kilpatrick
Robert McCain Robert McCain
George McClane George McClane
Regina Ray Regina Ray
Kayley Taber Kayley Taber
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Oklahoma Cop Deanna was kidnapped by Robbie, her estranged husband, and beaten in the cab of his truck over a harrowing four-day journey. They were pulled over by police and she was taken to the hospital. In spite of Deanna's devastating injuries, Robbie was not arrested. Private Violence, a feature-length documentary, follows Deanna's journey as she rebuilds her life and fights to place Robbie behind bars. Accompanying Deanna is Kit Gruelle, a domestic violence victim turned advocate who navigates the complex world of domestic violence courts, shelters, and law enforcement. Written by Anonymous

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17 October 2014 (USA) See more »

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Deanna Walters: I separated from him because he was hitting me. He convinced me along with others that he had changed. I wanted to believe it.
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One-sided and short-sighted
21 October 2014 | by BarryJonWymoreSee all my reviews

I believe lots of people are getting tired of the one-sided, short- sighted views of the domestic abuse issue. Domestic violence is a horrific problem, and there is no disputing that fact. However, no one ever seems to talk about the countless places where the legal system has run wild, prosecuting and convicting both men and women of terrible acts of violence on nothing more than the word of a "victim." No one talks about the horrendous abuse of the system by accusers, and the ruined lives of the people falsely accused and wrongly convicted. I'm waiting for a piece that presents a truly unbiased view of the entire issue, and looks at how to curb the rampant abuse of the legal system for personal vendettas, revenge and personal gain. Until then, this piece and all others like it will be nothing more than "crock-umentary" films, and not documentaries.


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