Glesty Waters

Over 20 years after mistaken identity pulled him from a quiet, anonymous life into a media firestorm, then prison, Mr. Waters has reopened the investigation into the confluence of events that for a time labeled him a possible Green River Killer suspect.

I have lived with this for over twenty years now as I had. I have been warned to let it go for the sake of my physical and emotional health. I was expecting to take this story with me to my grave but an isolated incident occurred recently which made me realize that by keeping my story a secret, I was being selfish and not looking after the interests of my family. Telling the truth now might well affect many people. May its truths reverberate through the system that allowed all of this to happen.

Glesty Waters

Wrongly Accused: The Glesty Waters Story

Wrongly Accused: The Glesty Waters Story

Over 20 years after mistaken identity pulled him from a quiet, anonymous life into a media firestorm, then prison, Mr. Waters has reopened the investigation into the confluence of events that for a time labeled him a possible Green River Killer suspect. The Green River killings were later linked to another man. In 2003, Gary Ridgway was convicted of 49 of the murders, and his subsequent confessions nearly doubled that number. Meanwhile, Waters was released from prison, and went on to rebuild a quiet, productive life. Since his release, Waters has extensively researched his case. Thousands of pages of court documents, articles, and interviews later, exhaustive research and new findings help prove his innocence.

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