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Real Justice doc è Hardcover ✓ cynthia j. faryon ✓ [Download] ➹ Real Justice ➾ Cynthia J. Faryon – At twenty four Guy Paul Morin was considered a bit strange He still lived at home drove his parents' car kept bees in the backyard and grew flowers to encourage the hiveAt twenty four Guy Paul Morin was considered a bit strange He still lived at home drove his parents' car kept bees in the backyard and grew flowers to encourage the hives He played the saxophone and clarinet in three bands and loved the swing music of the 1940sIn the small Ontario town where he lived this meant Guy Paul my thoughts – “For reasons that now seem naive it was assumed that the justice system always reached a correct result; that the wisdom of twelve jurors always resulted in the people being sent to prison In fact verdicts were so unuestioned that the phrase “wrongful conviction” had yet to be coined”Guy Paul Morin had his life and that of his families turned upside down when he was arrested tried and convicted of the murder for 9 year old Christine Jessop The little girl was his neighbor and although their family wasn’t close the two families were always friendly Guy Paul maintained his plea of being innocent from day one and never changed his story throughout his entire ordeal He had lost years of his life he had been called names frowned upon and spent countless nights in a jail cell where he didn’t belong He went through two court hears and an appeal Finally it was the appeal that proved through DNA testing that it was not him that had murdered the little girl The DNA evidence proved he had been wrongfully convicted and his verdict was overturned and he was set freeOctober 03 1984 Christine Jessop went missing After reading this entire story I can understand how things turned out how they did I cannot understand how the police the Forensics Unit and the neighbors were so negligent in their actions that such a tragedy of mis justice had taken place When the investigation began the case was ruined The police and detectives on scene did nothing correctly They didn’t treat the Jessop house as a part of the crime scene They didn’t yellow tape of the girls room They didn’t keep a list of the names of people that were in and out of the Jessop house they didn’t preserve finger prints They did nothing why because they assumed the girl was out playing and she would come home or someone would find her They didn’t do a proper search they didn’t write down tips that were brought to their attention they just didn’t seem to have the investigation under controlSo many neighbors and other people had described Guy Paul as strange weird uncommon for an individual Since so many people were pointing fingers hat him in a sense the police decided they would too When they located the girls decomposing body on December 31 1984 they didn’t take notes of evidence they took pictures but nothing was properly cataloged They didn’t preserve the scene they instead didn’t keep track of what was going on since they were rushing due to an incoming storm Because of this the whole scene had or less been contaminatedWhen the police came across a tip or evidence that didn’t fall in line with their belief that Guy Paul was the killer they tossed it They didn’t bother to keep anything that could have ruined the air tight case they were building against an innocent man The first trial he was found not guilty at and it concluded on February 07 1986 The second trial ended on July 30 1992 and resulted in a guilty verdict On August 22 1992 an appeal was launched in favor of Guy Paul On February 09 1993 he was released from prison on a 40000 bail On January 23 1995 due to DNA evidence that wasn’t available during the first two trials he was acuitted of all charges and set freeThis whole story makes me sad and knowing that it is real makes it even worse I couldn’t imagine going through what Guy Paul and his parents went through all the years he was being tortured by a verdict that was wrong I can’t imagine being the Jessop family believing that the killer was behind bars that the police had the right guy and then finding out that he wasn’t the right guy and now the likelihood of finding the killer is slim to none I couldn’t imagine not being able to get justice for my murdered child It all is so sad and heartbreakingI highly recommend this book for anyone interested in learning about Criminal Justice I am sure those that like to read about past Criminal Justice events that have helped to shape the Criminal Justice System to what it is today in Canada can learn from this book well this series in general They are short reads that are written in novel form They are as real as real can be and well worth the time spent reading

Cynthia J. Faryon â Real Justice epub

Stood out So when the nine year old girl next door went missing the police were convinced that Morin was responsible for the little girl's murder Over the course of eight years police manipulated witnesses and tampered with evidence to target and convict an innocent man It took ten years and the just developed science of When a nine year old girl is attacked and killed we want to punish the person responsible That is noble and good When someone is different strange and unsocial we want to think there is something sinister in him That impulse is not so noble We would like to think that our justice system is above impulse that it gets to the truth But the justice system is made up of people This is the story of how powerful impulses caused the justice system to destroy a man's life by perverting the truth in order to convict someone everyone knew must be guilty of a crime that everyone knew needed avenging

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Real Justice DNA testing to finally clear his nameThis book tells his story showing how the justice system not only failed to help an innocent young man but conspired to convict him It also shows how a determined group of people dug up the evidence and forced the judicial system to give him the justice he deservedFry Reading Level 5 How does one rate non fic?I am not a non fic reader I read non fic once every two years for the correct Forest of Reading program I only read five and non fic simply isn't my genreI really was interested in the court case and where everything got messed up and how it couldn't possibly have been Guy Paul Morin That was really interestingBut I was also reminded why I stay away from the horrormurder genre because I've been slightly okay maybe a bit conscious of kidnappers recently and a tiny bit freaked out about it