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Richard Colson

Richard Colson has been in court many times; he's spent nearly his entire life behind bars.
But he's still waiting for justice, for abuse he suffered at the hands of a priest, at an institution in Newfoundland.
Now living in Nova Scotia, Colson has spent years hoping for a settlement in his case.
But some legal experts say he may be the product of a chill following the high profile - and prolific - settlements in cases involving the Shelburne Youth Centre.
The CBC's Joan Weeks brings us Richard Colson's story.

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