June 2013 EcoSalon Film: Crime After Crime
As Americans, we’re raised to believe that our justice system is just that – a method of determining guilt versus innocence and taking appropriate action in the hope of preventing future transgressions. But what if those involved aren’t really as concerned with truth and justice as we would like to believe?
Crime After Crime looks at America’s justice system through the story of Deborah Peagler, a victim of domestic violence incarcerated for her boyfriend’s homicide, and the two lawyers determined to reopen her case to win her freedom. The twisted bureaucracy they face, charged by corruption and political agendas, allows filmmaker Yoav Potash to highlight the flaws in our legislative system as well as the domestic abuse that so many women in our country endure every day.
RSVP to EcoSalon@greenlifestyles.org.
- Sunday, June 23rd at 3:30pm
- Venue: Microsoft Store @ the Westfield Century City Mall, 10250 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90067
- Free screening with vegan hors d’oeuvres and beverages
- Parking is $1 an hour
- RSVP to: EcoSalon@greenlifestyles.org