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‘Best of the Worst Options’: Council Approves Nine Sites in Halifax and Dartmouth for Encampments

‘Best of the Worst Options’: Council Approves Nine Sites in Halifax and Dartmouth for Encampments
‘Best of the Worst Options’: Council Approves Nine Sites in Halifax and Dartmouth for Encampments

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DISCOVER: DEAD WRONG

In 1995, Brenda Way was brutally murdered behind an apartment building in Dartmouth. In 1999, Glen Assoun was found guilty of the murder and served 17 years in prison, while maintaining his innocence. In 2019, he was fully exonerated.

Halifax Examiner’s Tim Bousquet tells Assoun’s story in the CBC podcast series Uncover: Dead Wrong. Click here to listen to the podcast.

Read the full series, plus articles about Glen Assoun’s wrongful conviction, on the DEAD WRONG homepage.