Smith tearfully apologizes for man's conviction


CTV News
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Dr. Charles Smith offered a tearful apology on Thursday to an innocent man who spent 12 years in prison for the death of his niece, a conviction based largely on the disgraced pathologist's testimony.

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gerryh
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and some people wonder why so many are against the death penalty. This article states very clearly why the death penalty should never be implimented in Canada.
 
tracy
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He should have to serve the same amount of time in prison as all those his testimony helped to falsely convict.
 

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