Dangerous Evidence: The Lori Jackson Story


2h 1999

Brief Synopsis

The true story of Lori Jackson, a civil rights activist who attempts to overturn the conviction of Lindsey Scott, an African-American Marine corporal falsely accused of the raping and attempted murder of a white woman near the Quantico Marine base in Virginia. After answering Scott's plea for help,

Film Details

Also Known As
Dangerous Evidence
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Absolutely Famished Catering; F Stop Inc; Hearst Entertainment & Syndication; Larson Sound Center; Lifetime Entertainment Television; Panavision, Ltd.
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

The true story of Lori Jackson, a civil rights activist who attempts to overturn the conviction of Lindsey Scott, an African-American Marine corporal falsely accused of the raping and attempted murder of a white woman near the Quantico Marine base in Virginia. After answering Scott's plea for help, Jackson "went to war" against the U.S. Marine Corps and proceeded to enlist the help of the top criminal law firm in town, dig up missing witnesses and single-handedly bring the trial to the attention of national media outlets including "60 Minutes." During the process. Jackson was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer, and though see was fighting for her life, she never stopped fighting for Scott's rights.

Crew

Ryan D Adams

Post-Production Coordinator

Sterling Anderson

Screenwriter

Vicki Argo

Assistant

Margie Arnott

Art Assistant

Jean Aywaz

Hair Stylist

Michelle Bellerose

Assistant Production Coordinator

Mel A Bishop

Executive In Charge Of Production

Dexter Bonaparte

Props

Marian Brayton

Executive Producer

Andre Caporaso

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Anne Carlucci

Executive Producer

Bryn Caron

Assistant Director

Ellis Avrum Cohen

Producer

Ellis Avrum Cohen

Book As Source Material ("Dangerous Evidence")

Jon Comerford

Casting

Don Cornelius

Assistant Location Manager

Eileen Cuffe

Assistant Production Coordinator

Nitram Dass

On-Set Dresser

David Davis

Production Designer

September Death

Assistant Director

Edward Dunlop

Casting (Toronto)

Fred Eldridge

Other

Nikos Evdemon

Director Of Photography

Rick Forsayeth

Stunts

Jeff Fruitman

Set Decorator

Aine Furey

Location Manager

Jason Gates

Driver

Jonathan Goldsmith

Music

Terry Gould

Unit Production Manager

Terry Gould

Supervising Producer

Larry Grimaldi

Associate Producer

Adrian Hardy

Property Master

Susan Hayes

Assistant Costume Designer

Mitch Holmes

Key Grip

Thomas J Huth

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Wes Irwin

Post-Production Supervisor

Zana Jeffries

Other

Jordan Kerner

On-Set Dresser

Kym Kristalie

Stunts

Joe Lawlor

Executive In Charge (Hearst)

Annaliese Levy

Production Assistant

Ao Loo

Sound Mixer

Janek Lowe

Production Assistant

Marnie Mason

Production Accountant

Antoinette Messam

Costume Designer

Marie Nardella

Makeup Artist

Christopher Nelson

Editor

Jenna Nelson

Assistant Editor

Robin Palmer

Executive In Charge (Lifetime)

Wayne Pells

Script Supervisor

Jarrod Price

Production Assistant

Uros Raickovic

Driver

John Rainey

Assistant Director

Michael Rintoul

Camera Operator

Moshe Saadon

Boom Operator

Milton J Shapiro

Book As Source Material ("Dangerous Evidence")

Kitty Spiropoulos

Assistant Production Accountant

Karitsa Tye

Assistant Director

Helene C Valinsky

Unit Manager Assistant

Helene C Valinsky

Production Coordinator

Hendry Van Der Wath

Transportation Coordinator

Brian Verhoog

Art Assistant

Burt Weinstein

Sound Editor

David M Weishaar

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Marty Wereski

Music Editor

Craig Wright

Gaffer

Film Details

Also Known As
Dangerous Evidence
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Absolutely Famished Catering; F Stop Inc; Hearst Entertainment & Syndication; Larson Sound Center; Lifetime Entertainment Television; Panavision, Ltd.
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States April 12, 1999

Began shooting October 14, 1998.