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Guilty of being weird : the story of Guy Paul Morin

Author: Cynthia J Faryon
Publisher: Toronto : James Lorimer & Co., ©2012.
Series: Real justice (Toronto, Ont.)
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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At twenty-four, Guy Paul Morin still lived at home, drove his parents' car, kept bees in the backyard, and grew flowers to encourage the hives. In the small Ontario town where he lived, this meant Guy Paul stood out. So when the nine-year-old girl next door went missing, the police were convinced that Morin was responsible for the little girl's murder. It took ten years and the just-developed science of DNA testing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile literature
Ouvrages pour la jeunesse
Named Person: Guy Paul Morin; Guy Paul Morin
Material Type: Biography, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia J Faryon
ISBN: 9781459400924 1459400925 9781459400931 1459400933
OCLC Number: 799130177
Description: 144 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Cries in the night --
Guy Paul and the Morin family --
The day Christine went missing, part one --
The day Christine went missing, part two --
The search begins --
The trail --
Grisly discovery --
The murder investigation begins --
Tunnel vision --
The profile --
The arrest --
Preparing a defence --
The first trial of Guy Paul Morin --
Preparing for a new trial --
On trial again --
Waiting for justice --
The truth at last --
The Kaufman Commission --
Epilogue: What now?
Series Title: Real justice (Toronto, Ont.)
Other Titles: Story of Guy Paul Morin
Responsibility: Cynthia J. Faryon.

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At twenty-four, Guy Paul Morin still lived at home, drove his parents' car, kept bees in the backyard, and grew flowers to encourage the hives. In the small Ontario town where he lived, this meant Guy Paul stood out. So when the nine-year-old girl next door went missing, the police were convinced that Morin was responsible for the little girl's murder. It took ten years and the just-developed science of DNA testing to finally clear his name. Learn how the justice system not only failed to help an innocent young man, but conspired to convict him.

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