Individual Injustice Stories

  • Aikins, Anne Marie: Michelle Landsberg tells the story of the Barrie, Ontario justice story
  • Amirault, Gerald: Finally released April 2004 after serving 18 years for witch hunt conviction
  • Amish girl: London, Ont. 2004: 19 Satanic abuse charges from recovered "blocked" memories; mistrial
  • André, Alain: Montreal city counsellor falsely accused of incest as result of Recovered Memory Therapy: exonerated
  • Aquash, Anna Mae: John Graham arrested for her murder; we say beware the RCMP and FBI
  • Arar, Maher: Canadian illegally deported from USA, to Syria by U.S. with Canadian assistance
  • Arbeau, Jonathan Paul: New Brunswick first degree murder conviction on jailhouse snitch testimony
  • Aubee, Jean Paul: First degree murder conviction after bizarre trial; confession gained by RCMP "Mr Big" sting
  • Asher, Scott: Saskatoon youth senselessly killed because teenaged boys thought he was gay
  • Axworthy, Chris: First as a federal minister, then as Justice Minister he has covered Saskatchewan scandals
  • Baltovich, Robert: Pays 7 years for Paul Bernardo crime. 2004 update
  • Banks Brian: Does 5 years on trumped-up rape charge Accuser ordered to pay $2.6M
  • Barton Gerry: Wrongly convicted of rape sues 43 years later. Former prosecutor says Barton pleaded guilty
  • Bartlett-Hughes, Christine: Dangerous crusader in Ontario Crown prosecutor's office
  • Bayda, Edward: Saskatchewan Justice orders disclosure kept out of hands of accused
  • Beck, Hugh: aka Hugh Stonechild, he was murdered after Brian Dueck visited him and left his card
  • Bellegarde Daniels, Leanne: First Native police commission chair resigns
  • Beausoleil, Marc: Over-zealous Toronto cop. Bungled the original investigation
  • Bentley, Derek: Pardoned but hanged. 19 year old with mental age of an 11 year old
  • Bice, Dale: Family's ordeal when children are apprehended
  • Big Eagle-Smoke, Lisa: Victim of police state tactics after husband deported
  • Bigsky, Melvin: Shooting (April 30, 2001) and inquest
  • Birmingham Six: Reject payout 2001. Former MP apologises
  • Bird, George: Brutally assaulted by Prince Albert police, complaints not formal enough for an investigation
  • Blomander, John: Canada Post's Criminal Misconduct against an employee
  • Borden, Robert: Lawyer speaks out for his clients in 1993, decrying bad investigation and improper disclosure
  • Bourgelaiis, Phil: Memory on trial in New Hampshire (2004)
  • Brown, Decovan "Dee": Raptors star catches racist cops in profiling scandal
  • Brown, Doug: Upper Canada College teacher convicted in sensational trial, 2004, for molestations which happened years ago
  • Brown, Thomas: Workers comp fails again in Regina
  • Briere, Michael: Arrested in Holly Jones murder in Toronto
  • Burns, Sebastian: RCMP Mr Big sting sends Sebastian Burns and Atif Rafay to USA for unfair trial
  • Burns, Michael: Finally vindicated for murder that didn't happen
  • Butler, Brenton: Murder on a Sunday morning: the Brenton Butler malicious prosecution spurs reforms
  • Caldwell, Daron: 2004 arrest of Detroit man and subsequent release suggest police and prosecutorial misconduct
  • Caldwell, Floyd: Outrageous case of racial profiling
  • Cameron, Stuart: Saskatchewan Justice orders disclosure kept out of hands of accused
  • Cannings, Angela: UK wrongly convicted of murdering her babies, based on Roy Meadow junk science
  • Carter, Rubin "Hurricane": Canada's pride and an example to all of us
  • Chalmers, John: Misuse of Reid technique results in murder conviction in Sarnia
  • Chin, Denny: New York Federal District Court Judge rules entrapment in Candyman prosecutions and Fox censorship
  • Chochla, Dylan: Law bears down on police conduct after lawyer's son is wrongfully grabbed
  • Clark, Sally: Vindicated in England after bogus science conviction
  • Clay, Colin: False Memory Syndrome starring Saskatoon's own university chaplain
  • Cohen, Ivan: Smeared, charged and convicted under Project P, here is his side of the story
  • Coffin, Wilbert: Hanged in 1956. Defenders argue he was framed by the government. Guilt still in question 60 years later
  • Conlon, Gerry: The story of the Guildford Four. An injustice that still reverberates
  • Cowans, Stephen: Boston teen does six years after conviction based on fingerprint misidentification -- released 2004
  • Couture, Remy: Filmmaker going on trial for 'corrupting morals'
  • Cook, Mark: Texas man gets 17 years for crime that didn't happen
  • Crockett, Sandra: Defending herself in lawsuit filed by misguided disability advocates
  • Crowe, Vernon: Regina epileptic killed by police who were whitewashed at inquest
  • Cumberland, Cal: Severely punished under defamation law
  • Dalton, Ronald: 8 years in a prison, finally, a new trial and acquittal for PEI man,
  • Demerson, Velma: Wants apology for illegal 1939 jailing
  • Davis, Sandra: Teen given no choice; placed in foster care even though father exonerated of sex charges
  • DeLuna, Carlos: Wrong man executed in Texas probe says. Despite a range of signs he was not a guilty man
  • Derrick, Anne: Cops can be publicly criticised. Supreme Court Rules
  • Dikens, Andrew: Settles with Peel police force after being falsely accused of indecent assault
  • Dix, Jason: Lawsuit for accountability from framers. Framed by 'Mr. Big' sting
  • Dix, Sean: His fight against CNN and Johnson & Johnson
  • Dodd, Stacey: Ontario man tagged as molester; asking for help and information
  • Doer, Gary: Manitoba premier speaks out in Driskell case
  • Dorismond, Patrick: Murdered by New York City narcs
  • Dorris, Michael: Victim of false allegations and character assassination
  • Driskell, James: Chief Ewatski's authority as police chief unravelling as evidence of Driskell's innocence emerges
  • Druken, Randy: Another Canadian false murder conviction
  • Druken, Jody: Nailed for murder just because his name was Druken?
  • Dueck, Brian: A corrupt cop's amazing rise to the top in the Saskatoon Police Service
  • Dufour, Geoffrey: Saskatoon lawyer laying both ends against the middle?
  • Dumont, Michel: How a woman's love corrected an injustice. Court clears name of man 10 years after wrongful rape conviction
  • Dupuy, Jeff and Linda: Illinois DCFS Child Abuse Report Challenged in Federal Suit
  • Dustyhorn, Lloyd: Another Native dies after Saskatoon Police "drive him home"
  • Ellsberg, Daniel: Pentagon Papers whistle blower asks for public disclosure on Iraq
  • Edmonton paramedic: The No-name case; un-named accused, un-named victim -- the absurdity of publication bans
  • Elliot, Robert: Oshawa man sues Durham cops for $2.3M for false paedophile accusation
  • Ens, Diane: Saskatoon Social worker: Taking over from Carol Bunko-Ruys
  • Erickson, Steve: Connecticut whistle blower goes to prison
  • Evans, Kerry: Judge investigated after staff groping complaint
  • Ewatski, Jack: Winnipeg Police chief involved in covering Driskell report
  • Fairchild, Larry: Michigan man fights to free his wife from jail
  • Fairstein, Linda: Dishonest and ambitious DA (Central Park Jogger case)
  • Fawcett, Fred: Psychiatric abuse case from decades past
  • Fiola, Georgette: Manitoba foster mom wins case against false accuser
  • Patrick Fischer: Another victim of RCMP Mr Big scenario sting claiming his innocence
  • Folland, Gordon: Right to sue lawyer: 2003 case affirmed by Supreme Court as the law of the land
  • Foord, Neil: Writer under attack through New Zealand dirty tricks
  • Frumusa, Peter: Wrongfully imprisoned for 8 years for murder, Frumosa accepts confidential settlement
  • Gagne, Sheila: Top Social worker defends department's actions in 1993 conversation with Richard Klassen
  • Galati, Rocco: Immigration lawyer defending questionable apprehensions. Quits cases over death threats
  • Gerwing, Marjorie: Saskatchewan Justice orders disclosure kept out of hands of accused
  • George, Dudley: What happened in Ipperwash Provincial Park in 1995?
  • George, Pamela: Her connected white men murderers are once again at liberty
  • Gillespie, Paul: Eager beaver Toronto inspector Sergeant finding childporn under everyone's metaphorical mattress
  • Gillespie, Walter: Gillespie and Mailman: 1998 story on their wrongful convictions
  • Giordano, Al: Telling the truth about the drug war from Latin America
  • Gobeil, Scott: O.P.P. abuses his authority in the Smith Internet-porn "investigation". Don Smith retracts statements
  • Goldstein Thomas: Former marine freed after 24 years
  • Guess, Gillian: Victim of extreme prosecutorial misconduct
  • Giuliani, Rudy: participates in framing of Paris Drake
  • Gosselin, Louise: She puts it to the Court: Do poor people have a right to live? The answer is No
  • Gowan, Howard: Attacked by Saskatchewan RCMP in 1967, he is still seeking justice
  • Graham, John: Fighting extradition for indictment on Aquash murder; defence committee makes strong claim for innocence
  • Graham-Woloshyn, Margaret: The MacNeill Clinic Report from Sept. 17, 1987 that should have stopped the entire malicious prosecution in the Klassen/Kvello lawsuit
  • Greene, Judith: Bailing out private jails -- the emergence of "superjails"
  • Grieb, Claudette: Grandmother loses daughter and granddaughter through so called recovered memory mischief makers
  • Guttormson, Marissa: 18 tear old girl dies of methadone overdose. Sentimental story fails to probe causes
  • Hagen, Darren: Saskatoon lawyer suspended; will be allowed to resume practice after 30 months if he takes counselling and acquires organisational and time management skills
  • Hanemaayer, Anthony: convicted for Paul bernardo crime. Police aware that Bernardo had confessed. Convicted anyway
  • Hansen, Sonja: Helped Miazga prosecute the wrongfully charged in the foster parent case
  • Harket, Mohamed: Algerian refugee denied due process
  • Haroldson. Steven: Martensville: What really didn't happen. Call for witness, now an adult, to come clean and tell the truth
  • Harradence, Hugh: Tisdale rape trial a disgrace from any perspective
  • Hatchen, Dan: Saskatoon Police on trial for assault and kidnapping of Darrell Night
  • Hathway, Wilfred: May 2004 arrest after Mr Big sting extracts "confession" to Saskatoon murder of Denver Crawford
  • Heisey, Alan: New Toronto Police Commission chair smeared by Paul Gillespie
  • Heirens, William: Lipstick killer invented by the media: 17 yr old convicted in 1946
  • Henry, Ivan: 27 years - Another False Rape Case. Many mistakes made. LAWSUIT
  • Hentoff, Nat: Longtime defender of free speech and expositor of first amendment rights
  • Hermanson, Elwin: January 2001, after Fifth Estate show Sask Party leader writes to website, calls for public inquiry
  • Hinz, Terry: Saskatoon senior prosecutor who told Dueck he had no case
  • Holgate, Ed: Saskatoon lawyer who sat on Foster Parent civil claim for several years
  • Hornoff, J. Scott: Rhode Island cop framed for murder of Victoria Cushman, Jailed, Freed - now fighting to get his life back
  • Howard, Darryl Anthony: Most Horrendous Prosecution and Police Misconduct. Gets new trial
  • Ingrey, Brian Robert: RCMP constable gets suspended sentence, North Battleford doesn't want him back
  • Ireland, Kenneth: wrongfully convicted. Free after 21 years. Describes prison 'nightmare'
  • Ish, Dan: Saskatoon law professor shows exactly why Saskatchewan has gutless lawyers who side with Crown
  • Ivins, Molly: Her article on Kissinger's appointment and resignation as 9/11 investigation chief
  • Ironchild, Darcy: Drugs flow on Saskatoon streets as police stare down criticism
  • Jackson, Georgina: Saskatchewan Justice orders disclosure kept out of hands of accused
  • Jalbert, Michel: Victimised to save face on both sides of Canada/US border
  • Janisse, Cynthia: Homeless woman's assault brushed aside by Saskatoon police
  • Jesterhoudt, Ron: Many questions about veracity of charges against B.C. teacher
  • Johnson, Clayton: Innocent man convicted by so-called experts (1988-1999) Released 2002
  • Johnson Kirk: Halifax Police and Racial Profiling
  • Johnson, Tilo: Jailed man awaiting deportation granted bail
  • Johnson, Yvonne: 25 years of incarceration for a murder committed in self-defence. Paroled in 2008
  • Johnstone, Andrew: Saskatoon cops can't break the habit of beating defenceless people: Neil Terrance Bear
  • Jones, Rocky: Cops can be publicly criticised
  • Kaglik, Herman: Quiet $1.1M pay-off, no apology for false conviction
  • Kaminski. Steven: wrongful conviction on bizarre sex lies; Alberta may try him again
  • Karthiresu. Kulaveeringsam "Kulam": wrongfully convicted of murder
  • Keepness, Sonia: Inquest over methodone-vomit overdose case at Pine Grove
  • Kelly, Leonard: Another acquittal from Operation Snowball. Cleared of Child Porn Charges
  • Kerr, Jason: Was murder of fellow convict self-defence?
  • Kerr, Thomas: Victory for homeless man in suit against police
  • Klassen, Marie: Martyr to the injustices of Saskatchewan
  • Krieger, Grant: Victorious fighter for legal medical marijuana
  • Krone, Ray: 100th U.S. death row inmate cleared
  • Lacasse, Tim: Toronto Police settle $50K on wrongfully imprisoned man, avoid malicious prosecution suit
  • Lamer, Antonio: Former chief justice to head Newfoundland inquiry into NFLD. wrongful convictions
  • Lane, Gary: Saskatchewan Justice orders disclosure kept out of hands of accused
  • Latimer, Robert: Public support can set him free -- or can it?
  • Leadbeater, Stephen: Case rife with crown misconduct, police evidence tampering, violations of many rights
  • Lederman, Robert: New York artist, practitioner and advocate of free expression
  • Levine, Judith: Getting a grip on children and sex. The Taboos of Touch
  • Lind, Dave: RCMP use gun registration statutes to illegally harass citizen
  • Linner, Thomas: Saskatoon man detained and beaten by Israeli military
  • Lloyd, Eddie Joe: 110th person freed by Innocence Project
  • Loepke, Curtis: Martensville: What really didn't happen. Call for witness, now an adult, to come clean and tell the truth
  • Lobato, Kirstin: Unfair trial in Las Vegas; young woman loses big time!
  • Lockyer, James: Going to bat for wrongfully convicted
  • Lucas, John: Defamation 2002 - A Primer, Kind of like Defamation 101 but more advanced
  • M.E.I.: Satanic delusions part of Ontario tragedy; life sentence cancelled for mentally ill woman who killed her sons
  • Mahamed, Abdulahi: An Edmonton scandal with false charges arising out of mischievous charge by ex-spouse
  • Mailman, Robert: Walter Gillespie and Robert Mailman: 1998 story on their wrongful convictions
  • Mak, Adrian: FMS survivor: Nothing wrong with his memory, though
  • Marsh, Kenneth: Innocent San Diego man spends more than 2 decades in prison. Receives 756K
  • Marshall, Donald: Fighting injustice on behalf of himself and of us all
  • Mathers, Marshall: Eminem is fighting on the frontlines for freedom of expression
  • McCreary, John Patrick: Murder conviction despite lack of evidence
  • McCullough, Chris: Awarded a new trial! Hamilton man does almost 10 years for crime he didn't do (1998) Hamilton cops get last minute stall after relentlessly wrecking his life since 1991
  • McGee, Arvin: Oklahoma man imprisoned for 14 years for a rape he did not commit
  • McGuinness, Patrick: Florida Public Defender Extradordinaire, lead lawyer of Brenton Butler
  • McKillop, Don: The brazen government lawyer in Klassen/Kvellon civil suit
  • MacKinnon, Kevin: Languishing in Bowden Prison, claiming his innocence with no one to hear
  • Mackintosh, Gord: Manitoba Justice Minister speaks out in Driskell case
  • McMillan, Keldon: Shot in cold blood by poorly trained cops
  • MacTaggart, Michael: Subway Elvis, Thank you, Thank you very much
  • MacPherson, D.K.: The judge's infamous gag order
  • McWilliams, Peter: Martyred by the War on Drugs, high spirited gentle fighter to the end
  • Makin, Kirk: The 2003 Justicia print prize article on the absurdity of zero tolerance on domestic abuse
  • Meadow, Roy: UK professor and knight of the realm creates junk science that ensnares thousands of innocents
  • Melenchuk, John: Using unorthodox methods to bring attention to injustices on Saskatoon's west side
  • Melendez, Juan: Victim of Calgary Police Brutality
  • Mellen, Susan: 17 years in prison for murder. Judge says she's Innocent. Sets her free on the spot
  • Miazga, Matt: From his letters to his co-conspirators in malicious prosecution
  • Michaud, Felix: Dirty conviction overturned after he spends 9 years in New Brunswick prison (June, 2001)
  • Miller, Clayton: 1990 death: Was he in the custody of Cape Breton police when he died?
  • Miller-El, Thomas: Texas death row inmate's horrific fight for his life
  • Milgaard, David: The Granddaddy of the wave of police misconduct, malicious prosecution and wrongful convictions which has plagued Saskatoon for 30 years The Settlement | 2002 news
  • Mitchell, Bob: Former Minister of Justice on the front line of the cover-up
  • Montgomery, Kevin: Mr. Disgraceful Saskatoon Policeman, 2002
  • Morin, Guy Paul: Stunning dignity in the face of his wrongful conviction and public defamation
  • Morris, Gerald: Paid the price for corrupt lawyers who rose to high ranks in Saskatchewan society
  • Mullins-Johnson, William: False conviction engineered by malicious prosecution and false witness. Gets $4.25M
  • Munson, Ken: Saskatoon Police on trial for assault and kidnapping of Darrell Night
  • Murrin, Shannon: Beaten by cops and set up by snitch; acquitted in Kelowna child sex murder
  • Nelson, Jamie: Set up by liar and jailed for 3 years
  • Nepoose, Wilson: Honouring the memory of a wrongfully convicted man who killed himself
  • Nicotine, Serena: Helen Montgomery's killer is a Poster Person for a system in need of resuscitation
  • Nuhat, Mervyn Allen: Supreme Court rules unanimously privacy violated after police sniffed pot in bus terminal locker
  • Odhavji, Manish: Parents of man shot in holdup press bid to bring Toronto officers to account
  • Osborne, Steve: Another unfounded criminal defamation charge
  • Ostrowski, Frank Sr: Wrongfully convicted of murder. Manitoba Appeal Court to review 1987 murder conviction
  • Parsons, Greg: Newfoundlander exonerated by DNA evidence after wrongful conviction (partly on song lyrics he wrote)
  • Patel, Trupti: Another UK mother imprisoned after murder conviction based on Roy Meadow pronouncement
  • Patterson, Cory: Life of underworld enforcer turned Mounties' agent. Paid thousands infiltrate his outlaw friends
  • Paul, Frank Joseph: Disoriented man put in street to freeze by Vancouver police
  • Peltier, Leonard: Canadian Mounties helped illegally extradite him
  • Penry, Johnny: Executing the mentally retarded
  • Phillion, Romeo: Decades of claiming his innocence. Romeo Phillion launches $14M lawsuit
  • Perez, Rafael: Los Angeles Police Ramparts Scandal
  • Popowich, John: Lawsuit settled out of court for $1.3M, 2002
  • Pratt, Elmer "Geronimo": After 27 years Panther is simply released rather than retried in a case that shames the judicial system
  • Proulx, Benoit: New law in successfully proving malice. Quebec ordered to pay $2.2M
  • Pringle, Jeffrey Donald: Edmonton Police grossly abuse drunk driver with strip search
  • Quinney, Richard: Saskatchewan Director of Public Prosecutions, now deceased, who thumbed his nose at disclosure rules
  • Rabinowitz, Dorothy: Interview with journalist who broke the Kelly Michaels case
  • Radwanksi George: Commissioner says privacy under 'unprecedented assault'
  • Rafay, Atif: Along with Sebastian Burns convicted of killing his family after RCMP Mr Big sting and sensational U.S. trial
  • Ramsay, Jack: Sexual assault trial, 1999
  • Reilly, Peter: Falsely convicted of murder of mother Barbara Gibbons. Exonerated
  • Reynolds, Louise: $7M lawsuit against Kingston, Ontario police, February 2001
  • Ross, Kathleen Jessica: Dueck's child witness finds family after four year ordeal
  • Rogalsky, Ernie: Saskatchewan drug decriminalisation activist
  • Rogers, Kimberly: Killed by Mike Harris' policies and indifference of social services
  • Ross, Don and Helen: Ross, Ross and White: Judgment Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, May 10, 1995
  • Rowbotham, Rosie: Journalist, Prison Activist. Clearing the fumes
  • Ruby, Clayton: Speaks out on CSIS use of 911 tragedy to get extended search and seizure powers
  • Ruppert, Michael C: The story of PROMIS (Prosecutor's Management Information System) -- There's a Canadian Connection
  • Russell, Steve: Former Texas judge's wonderfully indecent comment on an indecent subject
  • Ryan, George: Clears death row as last act as governor of Illinois
  • Sabo, Russell: Police chief's dilemma; Globe and Mail picks up Saskatoon story on police disgrace
  • Salutin, Rick: Globe and Mail column on porn witch hunters (eye mag. editorial on same page)
  • Salvati, Joe: Wrongly Convicted Man to Sue for $300 Million
  • Sambasivam, Sam: Not just a wife-beater who has put his past behind him
  • Sampson, Bill: Held under threat of execution in Saudi Arabia for two years: How publicity can save a life
  • Sankofa, Shaka: Who was he and why did America kill him?
  • Sanderson, Robert: Conviction obtained by bogus science: another "hair analysis" case
  • Sandfort, Timothy: Convicted and sentenced to 110 years in a case with a child informant coached by a therapist
  • Sauvé, Rick: Living proof that education provides rehabilitation
  • Schechter, Danny: His PBS censored story on the Bush theft of the election in Florida
  • Scalie, Antonin: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Reuniting church and state
  • Schmeiser, Percy: David against Goliath in fighting agribiz (Monsanto and Round-up Ready Canola)
  • Schinkel, Loren: Not afraid to use improper interrogation techniques, then forge a confession if they fail
  • Schneeberger, John: Kipling doctor is a rapist and a predator
  • Schneier, Bruce: Review of Bamford book which includes "Operation Northwoods"
  • Scott, Dave: Former police chief promoted Dueck and presided over many corrupt activities in Saskatoon police
  • Severight,_Gordon_James: Outstanding questions regarding his death
  • Sheane, Jo-Lynne: Saskatchewan reporter charged for non-compliance in court-ordered publication ban
  • Sharpe, Robin: Child Pornography vs Free Speech (the Robin sharpe case)
  • Sherstobitoff, Nicholas: Saskatchewan Justice orders disclosure kept out of hands of accused
  • Singh, Jaggi: Canadian activist exposing "globalisation"
  • Smith Don: Original coverage of fantasy video artists targeted by malicious cops. The conviction
  • Smoke, Charlie: Immigration tries to deport First Nation citizen (not First Nation person)
  • Sophonow, Thomas: The story of his long, courageous struggle to have his name cleared in Manitoba
  • Spindloe, Mike: Courageous but ultimately futile challenge to the the law against selling drug paraphernalia
  • Stadnik, Walter: Do Bikers have fewer rights than other citizens?
  • Staples, Gary: 1970 injustice finally addressed. Wrongfully convicted man, gets police apology
  • Starratt, Karl: Injustice again covered up by Nova Scotia who stole his possessions under colour of law
  • Steffens, James: Seeking help for O'Connor application to get out of Bowden
  • Starson, Scott: Supreme Court rules imprisoned physicist allowed to refuse medication
  • Sterling, Linda and Ron: Martensville: What really didn't happen?
  • Stoll, John: Innocent man released as Bakersfield convictions found to be wrong
  • Swann, David: Doctor fired in Alberta for exercising his right to expression
  • Swiney, Patrick: An ongoing injustice in Alabama
  • Tallis, Calvin: Saskatchewan Justice orders disclosure kept out of hands of accused
  • Thomas, Fred: He may die before the state can kill him, or his lawyers can clear him
  • Thornton, David: Man denied habeas corpus in Ontario, summer 2003
  • Tokarchuk, Kevin: Winnipeg Police ignore warnings -- innocent man killed
  • Tong, Dean: Expert in identifying false accusations, visited Saskatoon in 2002
  • Townshend, Peter: Rock star victim of porn police witchhunt
  • Trociuk, Darrell: First ruling for male equality. Man wins right to be named on birth certificate
  • Truscott, Steven: The incredibly long struggle to clear his name
  • Tucker, Walter: Tribute to the Brothers and Sisters of the Church of the Universe
  • Turenne, Monique: Improperly charged with murder in Florida, she is fighting for trial in Canada - LOST
  • Turpel-Lafond, Mary Ellen: Saskatoon Provincial Court Judge going to bat for alcohol damaged people
  • Tyree, William: The story of PROMIS (Tyree was convicted of murdering his wife and children)
  • Unger, Kyle: Murder conviction based on unreliable evidence. Suing for 14.5 million
  • Upshaw, William: Alabama youth moves to Peekskill, N.Y. A year is stolen from his life -- and then his life
  • Vopni, Aaron: Star City youth's family ripped apart by cops, social workers
  • Vreeland, Delmart Edward "Mike": Spy or con? Let's hear what he has to tell us!
  • Walchuk, Leon: Outrageous conviction and lynch-mob driven sentence for a crime that didn't happen
  • Warick, Jason: Feature article - "Klassens await their day in court"
  • Wapass, Maxine: Will her killer be found?
  • Wegner, Lawrence: The futility and hypocrisy of no-consequence inquests
  • Warren, Joe: If his life can teach us anything, it's that it's too easy in this country to hang a crime on the wrong person
  • Warren, Roger: Will we ever know the truth about the Giant mine bombing?
  • Weiz, Dan: Sues Toronto cops for four years of wrongful detention
  • Whelan, Sheila: Provincial judge takes heat for nailing Saskatoon cops who can't break the habit of beating defenceless people
  • White, Don: Judgment Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, May 10, 1995
  • White, Keigo Glen: Coerced confession in Toronto doesn't hold up at Ontario Court of Appeal
  • Wheeler, Jaime: Murder investigation botched? We heard the crime scene was like an abattoir
  • Wiks, Dan: Deputy chief placed on leave as he is investigated for lying to media about Neil Stonechild
  • Williams, Stephen: Ontario police, lawyers relentlessly persecute author of book on Paul Bernardo
  • Wilson, Ronnie Lee: Clear evidence of prosecutorial misconduct in death penalty conviction
  • Wood, Ken: Suing Toronto police after he was beaten at peaceful demonstration
  • Yelland, Joel: Doctor who sold his testimony to convict innocent people is under investigation
  • Young, Alan: Fearless advocate for victims of antiquated sex and drug laws
  • Zakreski, Dan: Senior reporter sent to trial. Acquitted. Paper convicted and fined, further chilling reporting in Saskatchewan