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MILGAARD If one was asked to think of one phrase to describe the Milgaard case the only phrase which would be suitable and appropriate would be the old saying at the wrong place at the wrong time Mr Milgaards whole case revolves around those words His trial is one full of corruption misleading and dishonesty by the people and system that we trust in daily It is an example of a misidentify and the incapability of the justice system to provide the Mr Milgaard with a fair and equal trial since the beginning of this whole tragic story On January 30 1969 a 16 year old David Milgaard decided to take a road trip accompanied by his friends Ron Wilson and Nicholl John Their trip would take them from Regina to other destinations in the west part of Canada It was also decided that they would stop in Saskatoon to visit Milgaards friend Albert Cadrain In the early hours of January 31 the trio arrived at Saskatoon looking for the Cadrain house None knew the city well and although Milgaard had visited his friend before he could only remember certain vantage points Around 700 am they arrived at a motel where they asked the manager for directions to Alberts house However shortly after they became stuck in an alley way and took shelter in Mr Walter Danchuks house the owner of the car that they had been stuck behind They arrived at Alberts house around 900 am and then spend the rest of the day waiting for their car to be fixed After their car had been fixed they set out once again in their trip On the same day roughly at 830 am the stabbed and sexually assaulted body of nursing assistant Gail Miller was found a block from Alberts house in an alley way When the group returned to Regina Albert was arrested for vagrancy
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