Review — The Usual Suspects

If no two murders are alike, all wrongful convictions seem strikingly similar: a shocking crime, an excitable crowd, a round-up of the usual inarticulate suspects. Author Robert Sharpe, a justice of Ontario’s Court of Appeal, documents such an outrage. Sharpe does not call it judicial murder – after all, he’s a judge – but the signs are there.

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