Anthony Broadwater was wrongly convicted of raping Alice Sebold – and fighting to get his life back
SYRACUSE, NY — “I continue to fight to get the courts to do the right thing,” said Anthony Broadwater, sitting in his attorney’s office Wednesday, a box of tissues in front of him. His life was marked by long periods of suffering. Broadwater served more than 16 years in prison after being falsely accused of the rape of author Alice Sebold, the subject of her memoir “Lucky.” Following its release in 1999, the same year the book was published, Broadwater became a registered sex offender, a purgatory that reduced income, mobility, and quality of life. him, but he did not expect that he would be exonerated.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/anthony-broadwater-exonerated-alice-sebold/2021/12/02/959045e4-52ec-11ec-9267-17ae3bde2f26_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_lifestyle Anthony Broadwater was wrongly convicted of raping Alice Sebold – and fighting to get his life back