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 Donald Marshall Jr. | Robert Baltovich | Steven Truscott | Guy Paul Morin | David Milgaard | Rubin Carter | Kyle Unger

 
     
 

Convicted for being Mi'kmaq: The Story of Donald Marshall Jr.


www.danielpaul.com/DonaldMarshallJr.-1971 – Dr. Daniel Paul's Website

www.membertou.ca/main-page.asp – Membertou website

www.membertou.ca/view-gallery.asp?id=18 – Unveiling of statue for Donald Marshall Sr.

www.membertou.ca/view-gallery.asp?id=21 – Unveiling of statue for Donald Marshall Jr.

www.billswan.ca – Additional resources, including statements of some witnesses, are available on the author's website.

 

 

Young, Innocent and in Prison: The Story of Robert Baltovich


www.cbc.ca/news/background/baltovich_robert/index.html

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2010/06/16/f-bernardo-holmolka-timeline.html

For the reader who wishes to find out more about this fascinating case, a rich resource of documents is available online through the above links.

 

 

Fourteen and Sentenced to Death: The Story of Steven Truscott


www.cbc.ca/news/background/truscott/documents.html

www.cbc.ca/fifth/truscott/

For the reader who wishes to find out more about this fascinating case, a rich resource of documents is available online through the above links.

 

 

Guilty of Being Weird: The Story of Guy Paul Morin


http://www.cbc.ca/archives/categories/society/crimejustice/cold-cases-unsolved-crimes-in-canada/christine-jessop-queensville-ont-1984.html

For the reader who wishes to find out more about this fascinating case, a rich resource of documents is available online through the above link.

http://www.unsolvedcanada.ca/index.php?topic=2085.0 – This website link is a blog which contains an interesting conversation by Christine Jessop's brother, Ken Jessop.

 

 

Sentenced to Life at Seventeen: The Story of David Milgaard


www.milgaardinquiry.ca

www.cbc.ca/archives

www.aidwyc.org

For the reader who wishes to find out more about this fascinating case, a rich resource of documents is available online through the above links.

 

 

Jailed for Life for Being Black: The Story of Rubin "Hurricane" Carter


A number of Hurricane Carter’s boxing matches are available online through YouTube and other sources. There are many more.

Watch Carter vs. Fernandez, October 27, 1962.

Watch Carter vs. Griffith, December 20, 1963.

Watch Carter vs. Mims, December 22, 1962.

 

Interviews with Rubin Carter

Listen to an interview of Rubin “Hurricane” Carter by Stingray Body Art and Metropolitan Pictures President Scott Matalon and Boston Boxing & Fitness owner Ed Lavache on Sept 11, 2010. 

 

Listen to Dr. Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter as keynote speaker (from Speakers Spotlight).

 

Listen to KSTP-TV host Sheletta Brundidge interview Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter.

 

Websites

www.aidwyc.org – The Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted.

www.kenklonsky.com – Ken Klonsky’s site Outing the Law: A Website on Injustice.

www.lesra.com – Lesra Martin as a motivational speaker.

 

 

 

A Police Mr. Big Sting Goes Wrong


 

Video:
The Fifth Estate, “The Wrong Man,”. 

 

Audio:
“Freeing the Innocent: 20 years of AIDWYC,”.

 

Articles:
Bruce A. Macfarlane,“Wrongful Convictions: Is it Proper for the Crown to Root Around, Looking for Miscarriages of Justice?” Manitoba Law Journal, Vol. 36, Issue 1.

 

The Forensic Evidence Review Committee Final Report at.

 

The 1993 Court of Appeal decision for Kyle Unger: R. v. Unger, 1993 CanLII 4409 (MB CA) at.

 

The 2005 application for the ministerial review of Kyle Unger’s conviction: R. v. Unger, 2005 MBQB 238 (CanLII).

 

The 2005 conditions of Kyle Unger’s release: R. v. Unger, 2005 MBQB 242 (CanLII) at.

 

The 2014 Supreme Court decision relating to Mr. Big operations by police.