Justice must prevail and to hold them to account
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In a suit against Ontario Provincial Police
In a case of wrongful Conviction
17 people responsable for the loss of 14 years and still counting
where in Canada that a Criminal trial goes from 2011 to 2019. dose any one know any other case ,I would like to read it , i mean that's 9 years please get back to me ,crown and Judge Meijer's and Crown Franking Faveri felt is was business as usual at Barrie Court House in 2011 Barrie Ontario 2019