Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Bernardo Victims' Lawyer on "Sanitizing the Facts"

Tim Danson speaks to a crowd of reporters in Joliette, Quebec
just prior to Karla Homolka's release from prison

With the Tori Stafford murder trial now underway, one can't help but wonder: how much does the general public need to know?

Toronto area lawyer Tim Danson, who became famous for representing the families of slain teenagers Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French at the trial of serial rapist and murderer Paul Bernardo, weighed in during an interview with CBC's Metro Morning:

"If you start setting up a rule of sanitizing the facts so that the public doesn't really know exactly what happened then you're not in a position to evaluate the administration of justice," 

The full interview can be accessed here:

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