My Journey Into The Prison Industrial Complex
– Posted on May 29, 2013Posted in: National News, Police State
BY TERRY WILSON
It is all too often that we hear about flaws in Canada’s judicial system. Either from friends, family, political commentators, or even people from within the system itself.
I had personally never experienced the failings of our legal system, until now that is. On May 9th I was sentenced by an Ontario judge to serve 9 months in jail. Thankfully under the 2/3 rule, I will end up only serving 6 months out of the 9. Here is my story and what has me now writing this from inside the Hamilton-Wentworth detention center.
It was a warm fall evening on October 26th 2011. I was out with a female friend for drinks. Admittedly we did drink a little too much. As we were walking home…
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