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#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Peter Frumusa

Peter Frumusa was one of many Canadians wrongfully convicted of a crime he did not commit In Niagara, Ontario, Peter Frumusa was arrested in 1988 for the double murder of a Niagara couple who were both found beaten to death in their beds. Richard Wilson was a 70-year-old husband to and Annie Smith, a 48-year-old nurse whom he had recently married. Oddly as part of their prenuptial agreement she was to see to the care of her ailing husband until his death and then receive a large part of his sizeable estate. This never happened. The murdered woman, was the mother of Peter’s former common-law wife. After the couple had been murdered by someone else while sleeping in their separate bedrooms, Peter was asked to check on them by his worried former wife. She had been attempting to call her mother, but despite her multiple attempts…

9 Nov 2016

Is it a Crime to Make a Computer Virus or...

8 Nov 2016

You may be charged with a criminal offence for cyber-crime for certain online activity.   The Canadian Criminal code has been used and amended to deal…

The What is Future of Marijuana And Driving...

3 Nov 2016

With prospective marijuana legalization it is unclear how to monitor impaired driving and An estimated 20- 30% percentage of the Canadian population currently recreationally consumes marijuana…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Ronald Dalton

2 Nov 2016

Ronald Dalton spent nearly eight years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of killing his wife. In Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, on August 16, 1988 Randy…

Is it a Crime to be a Member of a Terrorist...

1 Nov 2016

It is not a crime to be a member of a terrorist organization, however there are terrorism criminal offences in the Criminal Code.   Motivated by…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Gordon Folland

26 Oct 2016

  Gordon Folland was wrongfully convicted of sexual assault. Hamilton man, Gordon Folland was charged with sexual assault after it was alleged that on November 23,…

Is it a Crime to Videotape Your Sexual...

25 Oct 2016

it is a criminal offence to videotape someone without their consent.   It is illegal to videotape your sexual encounter with someone without his or her…