The most important case in history was the trial of Jesus.

In effect, having only Jesus' trial featured on this site would be sufficient, since such classic case shows nothing has changed in terms of justice.

For example more than 2,000 years ago, Pilate's -- the high judge sentencing Jesus -- question to the priests was, "Whom shall I release? Jesus Barabbas or Jesus who is called Christ?"

They called, of course, for release of Barabbas, the notorious robber and murderer.

"What shall I do then with Jesus who is called Christ?" Pilate asked.

They shouted, "Crucify him!"

Today, many criminals are also set free and many wrongful convictions occur around the world and many are executed for crimes they never committed.

It all depends on the crime committed, by whom the crime is committed and to whom the crime is committed on.

This is to say that, if an official or someone who contributes and gives some of his profit to those in power and steals from the poor and average citizen, than the crime goes unpunished.

But if someone for example steals a can of tuna worth $1.00, from a big grocery store like Safeway, than the thief will be handcuffed, a charge will be laid and the thief will end up with a conviction and with a criminal record.

And if someone speaks ill of the Canadian system, mainly the justice system, the price to pay can be very high.

Canadian authorities do not tolerate whistleblowers who get in the way of their profit.

Note that the cases featured on this site, some have gone unpunished wherein no criminal charges have even been laid.

There is no doubt that, Canada has had its fair share of wrongful convictions and many of the wrongful convictions were pronounced by jurors, who were misdirected by the trial judge.

Reading the trial of Jesus and other featured cases on this site, shows how those in positions of authority, i.e. police, prosecutors and high judges continue to be driven by the word of Satan.

In the interim, for those interested in the most important trial ever, click on:

Jesus' trial

Jesus' account on trial

Justice is a conscience, not a personal conscience but conscience of the whole of the humanity.
Those who clearly recognize the voice of their own conscience usually recognize also the voice of Justice.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn