The David Graham-Diane Zamora case inspired the movie"Swearing Allegiance" aka "Loves Deadly Triangle: The Texas Cadet Murder." The cadet murder movie is based on the brutal death of Adrianne Jones. The movie took it's basis from an article that appeared in the Texas Monthly by Skip Hollandsworth entitled "The Killer Cadets." The movie, which originally aired on NBC, stars Holly Marie Combs, David Lipper and Cassidy Rae.
When Adrienne Jones, a blonde, popular track runner, has a one-night stand with high school hunk, David Graham, she has no idea of the events that will unfold that will ultimately lead to her brutal death.
The NBC movie dramatized the events that led to the 1995 murder of Adrienne Jones aka Adrianne Jessica Jones. The real crime happened in Texas. Her one-time lover, David Graham and his girlfriend, Diane Zamora, were arrested for her murder. The crime went unsolved for several months until it was revealed that Zamora had bragged about murdering a girl from her hometown to one of her roommates at the Naval academy.
Today, Diane Zamora and David Graham are still incarcerated. Zamora is serving a life sentence in prison. David Graham was sentenced to serve 60 years.
The movie now airs on Lifetime and Lifetime Movie Network.