This film looks at the 1991 case involving Cameron Todd Willingham, who was tried and convicted for the arson murders of his three daughters.  He was executed in 2004 despite expert criticism of the prosecution’s arson evidence and the case has led to a call for reform in the field of forensics and a rallying point for the anti-death penalty movement.  
Sponsored by the Pierle Endowed Scholar for Respect Life Issues in conjunction with Campus Ministry, providing opportunities for the campus community to build awareness and dialogue concerning the issues of life, from natural birth to natural death, reflective of the teachings of the Catholic Church.