The mind bending documentary made by retired US Navy SWCC,Chief Petty Officer, JD Leete, about the 1995 murder of Jennifer Evans, and the story of two young Navy SEAL trainees that led to that fateful night. Leete's access to Navy records and personnel lead to a devastating exploration of the Virginia justice system and the evidence that led to the conviction of both young men. Is Dustin Turner serving an 82 year sentence for an abduction that never happened? Leete lets the audience make up their own mind in this extraordinary piece of art meets investigative journalism that peaked at #11 on ITunes Documentary genre. Leete records the confession of Billy Joe Brown, Turner's "swim buddy" in front of a Virginia Beach Judge, 12 years after his conviction; as he explains his motives for framing Turner and how he made VBPD believe his story. Is he telling the truth. Let the evidence and open minds be the judge.The actual judge, Frederick Lowe, determined Brown was telling the truth and Turner's conviction should be vacated, but Leete follows the case all the way through the Virginia Supreme Court to its devastating ending.