Presumption of Guilt Characters

Terri Blackstock
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Beth Wright

Beth Wright is a twenty-four year old journalist for a local paper in St. Clair, Florida. Beth is also a college student finishing up her degree. Beth is conducting interviews to put together a story on Bill Brandon and his criminal activity in running the St. Clair Children's Home (SCCH).

It turns out that Beth is a former orphan that lived at SCCH until she turned eighteen. When Beth was living at the home, she was one of the children that Bill Brandon used in his crime ring. This is why Beth knows so much about Brandon and what he is doing, and why she is working to expose him. Beth was taken away from her alcoholic mother after her father left them. Beth's mother has since died, so Beth struggles with the fact that she never had anyone that cared for and lover her.

Marlene Brandon

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