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The John Artis Story

Dec 05th, 2019 - Innocence Canada Exclusives

The film explores the life of John Artis, who was wrongfully convicted of a triple homicide in 1967 alongside his co-accused, Rubin “Hurricane” Carter. Through a series of interviews, John reflects on his experiences; beginning from his childhood years in Virginia to the difficulties he faced subsequent to his release from Rahway State Prison in 1981. Aside from being a testament to John’s life, the film serves as a reminder of the immeasurable price paid when justice is miscarried.

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Railroaded: The Story of Glen Assoun

Nov 25th, 2019 - News/Press

"I was devastated, I was just numb.  I just stated to the court that 'I'm officially wrongly convicted as of right now'." "Because I knew I was innocent."- Glen Assoun

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50 years after wrongful conviction

Aug 07th, 2019 - News/Press

David Milgaard speaks about life after his wrongful conviction and his calling to advocate for others experiencing the same injustice

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The wrongful conviction of Glen Assoun

Jul 12th, 2019 - News/Press

Today the public finally learns the details of one of the most tragic and egregious wrongful convictions in Canadian history. Glen Assoun has suffered for decades due to the professional misconduct of individuals in the police forces involved in the case.

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