Hounded By Wrongful Jailing

Records in a British Columbia court case detail the decades-long impact of wrongful conviction in a notorious 1981 murder. The number of Canadians jailed for crimes they did not commit is not known, though cabinet since 2019 has reviewed 47 claims: “Exoneration and eventual compensation was long and arduous.”

This content is for Blacklock’s Reporter members only. Please login to view this content. (Register here.)

Back to Top