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Review: ‘Twelfth Night’ in High Park loaded with fast-paced fun Special

Toronto - Now this is what a Shakespeare comedy should be. Canadian Stage’s “Twelfth Night”, which opened last Friday, is so much delirious fun that it will make you forget all the boring academic blather you heard about the Bard in Grade 11 English.

Review: 'Comedy of Errors' takes simple approach in Toronto's High Park Special

Toronto - With an implausible plot about mistaken identity and bawdy puns, “The Comedy of Errors” may be the Shakespeare play that's closest to being a “Three's Company” episode. Thankfully, Canadian Stage's new production doesn't pretend it's much more.

Dad abandons son after mistaken paternity test

A hospital in Italy has been ordered by local courts to pay €50,000 ($69,000 USD) after a 14-year-old boy's father abandoned him over a mistaken paternity test.

Grandfather mistakenly takes wrong girl from school to doctor

Kent - A British grandfather showed up at a school to pick up his granddaughter to take her to a doctor's appointment. The school mistakenly released another girl with the same last name as his granddaughter who was then erroneously taken to the doctor.

Op-Ed: Injustice UK - Sam Hallam freed, Michael Stone not

London - As the Court of Appeal quashes yet another murder conviction, Britain's longest serving miscarriage of justice prisoner waits for new forensic tests.

Op-Ed: Thomas Haynesworth ― A genuine miscarriage of justice

Richmond - For the past two years, the London-based Reprieve organisation has been lobbying on behalf of convicted murderess Linda Carty in spite of overwhelming evidence of her guilt. So why isn't the name Thomas Haynesworth in their files?

Op-Ed: The future for Casey Anthony

Orlando - Although she was acquitted of murdering her daughter, Casey Anthony’s legal problems continue, as do those of the people responsible for both monitoring and protecting her.

Op-Ed: Mistaken identity — Manchester Police get it right second time

Manchester - CCTV can be a formidable weapon in the fight against crime, but like fingerprints and DNA profiling, it is most definitely not infallible.

Ohio mistaken identity ends in wrongful cremation

Dayton - One of two Ohio plane crash victims was mistakenly cremated when a county coroner mixed up the victims' wallets at the crash site.

Op-Ed: A Dino-size Problem Gives Little Texans a Huge Headache

It’s not like Texas state legislators don’t have big problems to deal with like the recession, shortfalls in tax revenue, paying for hurricane damage and other pressing matters, that a mistaken identity of a dinosaur doesn’t loom large.

Texas Man Spends 10 Years In Prison For Rape and A Name

James Curtis Giles spent 10 years in prison for rape. In the end, his name is what gave him a prison sentence. The case is still ongoing and although it's clear that Giles is innocent, will the justice system fail him again?

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