Manitoulin Island's Children's Aid Rally for Accountability
Little Current Ontario
July 9, 2010

William Mullins-Johnson
William Mullins-Johnson spent twelve years in prison, wrongfully convicted of murder in the death of his four-year-old niece, Valin. Here he is being interviewed outside of the CAS offices on Manitoulin Island. William told Canada Court Watch that CAS did a lot of harm to his niece and nephew and contributed significantly to the great harm done to his family. William has vowed to bring accountability and transparency to CAS agencies and Canada's system of justice. (Photo by Canada Court Watch)

Reporters interview ralliers outside Little Current CAS office
Advocates for CAS accountability outside of the CAS offices on Manitoulin Island. Members of the group are being interviewed by the local newspaper. (Photo by Canada Court Watch)

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