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The murders that never were

London - The death of Gareth Williams is likely to be remembered as one of those mysteries that constantly bedazzle us. Fortunately, no one else suffered.

Miscarriage of justice found after conviction for sexual assault

Victoria - The British Columbia Criminal Justice Branch has determined the conviction of Gurdev Singh Dhillon for sexual assault in 2005 resulted in a miscarriage of justice. The finding was made in a review by a Special Prosecutor.

Man acquitted of sexual assault after serving 8 year sentence

Edmonton - The Alberta man, whose identity cannot be disclosed, was acquitted after being convicted of sexually assaulting his stepson in 1995 and jailed for eight years. The stepson later admitted lying about the assault.

Op-Ed: The tragedy of Eddie Gilfoyle

Liverpool - What greater tragedy could a man have than his heavily pregnant wife committing suicide? How about being framed for her murder and spending 18 years in prison for it?

Op-Ed: Dewey Bozella — a genuine black hero, for once

You've heard of “innocent” Mumia, “innocent” Troy Davis, and “radical” Huey P. Newton. How come you never heard of Dewey Bozella?
 

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A photograph of Thomas Haynesworth as a convicted rapist - but no more after his total exoneration.
A photograph of Thomas Haynesworth as a convicted rapist - but no more after his total exoneration.
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