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    Canada - Claudio Cara, 56, Oshawa, Ont, 15 Feb 2012

    Here is an interesting case that made the news recently.

    http://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada...oNNm?ocid=iehp

    Apparently some guy is launched a law suit against the local police for false arrest after his arrest for his fathers murder. It seems that the time of death could be accurately determined from the pacemaker data from the device his father was wearing. The son spent 10 months in prison until his lawyers found the data buried in in the collected evidence when discovery was made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tugela View Post
    Here is an interesting case that made the news recently.

    http://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada...oNNm?ocid=iehp

    Apparently some guy is launched a law suit against the local police for false arrest after his arrest for his fathers murder. It seems that the time of death could be accurately determined from the pacemaker data from the device his father was wearing. The son spent 10 months in prison until his lawyers found the data buried in in the collected evidence when discovery was made.

    that's fascinating information -- didn't know that!

    I don't think the son deserves $5Million for his troubles though........reading the article carefully
    Just My Opinion

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    Well, he will face a lifetime of suspicion and consequence though. Although he was cleared, someone doing any sort of search on him will come up with references on the internet relating to him being charged with murder of his father. People will read that but not the rest of it and think he is a murderer. And that will last forever.

    If the police had done a proper investigation they should never have arrested him, since they had the information to eliminate him as a suspect right from the beginning.

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    From February:

    http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015...innocence.html

    Claudio Cara is buried at Resurrection Cemetery in Whitby. Feb. 15 marks the three-year anniversary of his death. His son has no indication police have any strong leads or suspicions.

    The Durham police website lists the slaying as an unsolved homicide. A posting dated June 12, 2014, says a “project team” is investigating and asks anyone with information to contact the homicide unit or CrimeStoppers.



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