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Movie on Memphis ”Street Life” Filmed by Tennesse Waltz’ FBI Informant


Desperation permeates the slums of Memphis, where survival is a day-to-day game.

Desperation permeates the slums of Memphis, where survival is a day-to-day game.

According to WMTV5 a film produced by "Tim Willis" who is the FBI's key undercover informant for the Tennessee Waltz sting, is setting to release Memphis movie "Street Life" March 27th.

WMCTV also stated that Tim Willis, the "insider" who has proven to be the downfall for at least one public official and may prove yet to play the same role in many pending trials, was reportedly making the film "Street Life" during the development of the "sting" and many local defense attorneys have said that they believe the film may raise questions about Willis' credibility on the stand.

It's even stated that Tim Willis shot some of the scenes for the movie at the same locations used in the sting, for example an office that was used for the FBI's dummy company called "E-Cycle Management." The now infamous undercover video of John Ford counting money was recorded at this location.

The film features local judge D'Army Bailey as an FBI agent tracking a Memphis band of criminals. It also stars Christopher "Free Sol" Anderson, Cherina Black and Christy Hamilton.

The film will come one month after John Ford's trial is scheduled to begin.

Watch The Trailer for "Street Life".

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