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A Toronto Man is Acquitted After Spending Six Years in Prison

Justice came way too late in the case of Nosakhare Ohenhen. The Toronto Star reports on a wild story involving drugs, racial profiling, wrongful conviction, and suspicions of police planting evidence. In 2010, Nosakhare Ohenhen was convicted of several drug and firearm offences, as well as for resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer. He was sentenced to nine years in prison and, with credit for […] The post A Toronto Man is Acquitted After Spending Six Years in Prison appeared first on Torontoist.
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