This book reveals a sombre aspect of contemporary Canadian history, the administration of justice, infringement of the labour law and the exploitation of the circumstances exposed by the decline of unions. The book traces and chronicles the tribulations of one worker who dares to challenge the government to do their duty and enforce the law against one delinquent corporation.
This book is about Canadian and British Commonwealth history and administration of justice. There were at least two cases in which the defendants were hanged twice, Bennie Swim(m) having killed two people, and Henry Baldwin and James Lennan, having been convicted of murdering Clayton Tilton. These will be presented amongst others.