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Fenwick MacIntosh wants his name cleared

Brian Casey

Earlier this year, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a Nova Scotia decision overturning 17 convictions against Fenwick MacIntosh.

It said, his right to be tried in a reasonable time, was violated.

The convictions were for gross indecency and indecent assault involving two children and two teens during the 1970's.

Today, Fenwick MacIntosh is a free man... but he wants more.

He says some of the witnesses colluded and lied.

He wants his name cleared and, possibly, the complainants charged.

MacInstosh has written the provincial Justice Minister asking for an investigation.
Brian Casey is his lawyer. Joan Weeks reached him at his Halifax office earlier today.

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