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#wrongfullyconivctedwednesday Frederick Clay

Here we see Fredrick with his lawyers shortly after being exonerated.         Shortly after 4 a.m. on Friday, November 16, 1979, residents heard a commotion on the street outside of the Archdale Housing project in the Roslindale neighborhood of Boston. Several shots were fired and 28-year-old Jeffrey Boyajian was found shot five times in the head. When police arrived, 25-year-old Neal Sweatt and his friend, Ben Brown, were standing in a nearby doorway of a building on Broadway Terrace. Both said they had not seen what happened. That morning, police interviewed residents of the building and spoke to Sweatt’s mother, Phillippa, who said she was making coffee for Neal and Brown when she heard a noise outside the window of their second-story apartment. She said she called to Neal, “Look, they’re pulling a cab driver…out of a cab.” Phillippa said there were three…

16 Aug 2017

Is it a Crime to Hate?

15 Aug 2017

In Canada you may face criminal offence charges for hateful conduct. You may be charged with a criminal offence for expressing hateful views in Canada. In…

What is a Hate Crime?

10 Aug 2017

A hate crime is a serious criminal offence in Canada. In Canada out right to free speech is not unlimited. It is subject to reasonable limitations.…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Bruce Powell

9 Aug 2017

Bruce Powell was wrongfully convicted of a crime he did not commit, after being framed by the police. On July 17, 2009, Chicago police narcotics officers…

Is it a Crime to Work at a Marijuana...

8 Aug 2017

You may be charged with a criminal offence for working at a marijuana dispensary. Here, police raid a dispensary in Toronto.    What is a Marijuana…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesday Andrew Leander...

2 Aug 2017

    Here is Andrew Leander Wilson with his family, shortly after his release. Andrew Leander Wilson would spend 32 years, three months and 14 days…

Is it a Crime to Falsely Identify Yourself...

1 Aug 2017

It is possible to be charged with the criminal offence of Obstructing Justice for falsely identifying or refusing to identify yourself to police Obstruction of Justice is defined in section…