IT IS ONE THING TO PROSECUTE A GUILTY PERSON who has committed a horrendous crime AND QUITE ANOTHER, to use extremely repugnant, shocking, criminal detail and wily tactics to create bias against an innocent suspect. Murder is undeniably a heinous crime. But it is reliable evidence, not sickening, sensational detail, pieced together to implicate the weakest or the most vulnerable, which should ultimately determine who is convicted and who is not. When every objective observer cannot avoid the conclusion that the prosecution of Guy Paul Morin has not advanced the course of justice, then something has definitely gone awry.






Thanks for the message