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#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Gary Gauger

Gary Gauger was wrongfully convicted of the double murder of his parents. In 1993 Gary Gauger of McHenry County, Illinois was wrongfully convicted of a crime he did not commit. The crime was a brutal double murder of his parents Morris and Ruth Gauger.  Gary found the body of his father on the family’s farm, one day following their murders. He called 911. The police who arrived on scene found the body of his mother in a separate location on the family’s property. Investigating officers could not find any evidence of forced entry at the family’s farm.  At that time they began to suspect Gary. Detectives  would interrogate Gary for over 18 hours. They used tactics to try and illicit a confession, lying and misleading him.  The detectives lied about forensic evidence, telling him that they had found his clothing with soaked in his parents blood. They…

25 May 2017

Is it a Crime to Fail to Comply With a Court...

23 May 2017

In domestic violence cases it is common for the accused to be charged with a further criminal offence for failing to comply with a condition of…

What is the Proposed Impaired Driving...

18 May 2017

New proposed driving legislation affects our rights when driving. With the impending cannabis legalization bill, the Liberal government has introduced new federal legislation that changes Canada’s…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday David McCallum

17 May 2017

  David would spend 16 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.   David McCallum was falsely accused and wrongfully convicted of murder.…

Is it a Criminal Offence to Use Someone...

16 May 2017

  It is a crime to use someone else’s identification. It is a criminal offence to use someone else’s identification. If you are caught using someone…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday William...

11 May 2017

William spent 25 years in prison fro a crime he did not commit. On May 10th 2017 Indianapolis man, William WilliamBecomes became the 350th person to be…

Is it a Crime to Conceal The Birth of a...

10 May 2017

  It is not a criminal offence not to register your new born’s birth in Canada. Concealing a birth is the act of a parent, or other…