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When you hear the name David Milgaard some of the things that come to mind are justice betrayal redemption David Milgaard is one of the most discussed criminal law cases in Canadian history In this essay I would just like to discuss about the issues that were involved in this case the social issues surrounding it and also my own opinion on the case It was January 32 1969 and the headlines in the local newspapers read Nurse Assistant found brutally murdered Everyone in the town of Saskatoon was shocked to read this heading in the newspaper Gail Miller was on her way to work at about 645 in the morning two hours later her body was found in a back alley by a small child She was found dead at the scene and looked like she had been assaulted very badly before her death Her dress stockings and panties were down at her ankles and her shirt and brazier were torn She had also been stabbed fifteen times Police had nothing much to go on except for some testimonies of people The testimonies that were given to the police all linked a man by the name of David Milgaard to the murder of Gail Miller The testimonies came from friends of Davids who he had been staying with in Saskatoon during the time of this murder Wilson and Cadrian were the two friends that delivered the most crucial evidence to the trial Wilson had said that the car that the three were driving in had got stuck and they had broke up in different directions to get help The car had broken down near the area of the murder Then Cadrian had said that he had seen Milgaard stabbing some one in an alley They had also said that Milgaard had re-enacted the murder at a party later that night This evidence was enough for the Supreme court to rule a life sentence for
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