Justice Denied

Justice Denied

| 1 h 38 min
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Donald Marshall, Jr., a Micmac Indian, was only seventeen when he was sentenced to life imprisonment--for a murder he did not commit. He spent eleven years in a maximum-security prison until, by a series of bizarre coincidences, the real murderer was discovered. Based on the true story of this tragic and controversial case as recorded in the best-selling book by Michael Harris, Justice Denied is a searing indictment of "white man's justice" that traces the dramatic events leading to Marshall's arrest, his trial and nightmarish prison ordeal.

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Credits
  • director
    Paul Cowan
  • script
    Paul Cowan
  • producer
    Adam Symansky
  • executive producer
    Jim Burt
    Pat Schofield
    Colin Neale
  • photography
    David De Volpi
  • sound
    Hans Oomes
  • editing
    Rita Roy
    Paul Cowan
  • sound editing
    Les Halman
    Wojtek Klis
  • re-recording
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
  • music
    Jean Corriveau
  • cast
    Daniel MacIvor
    Peter MacNeill
    Steve Marshall
    Billy Merasty
    Vincent Murray
    Thomas Peacocke
    Nicholas Rice
    Wayne Robson
    Ron White
    John Winston Carroll
    Nicola Lipman
    Donald Marshall
    Troy Adams
    Caroline Marshall
    Elias Zarou