Confession recanted: Part 2

We first told you last night about a Brantford man who three decades ago confessed to killing a classmate he was convicted and spent seven years in jail for manslaughter, for a crime he now says he didn’t commit.

The Innocence project at Osgoode Hall Law school has taken on his case. Brittany Gogo has part 2 of Brad Albon’s story.


ICYMI here is a link to part 1: chch.com/confession-recanted


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Scott says:

Sad story. I was good friends with both Cindy and Brad. All of our friends knew who did this ,but nothing was ever done. Its time the real killer was punished.

philostine says:

still doesn’t help the victim’s family with closure

philostine says:

let’s hope the real killer is punished