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The investigation no one wants to talk about

Author: Steve Buist

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When a judge examined the case of two Hamilton men convicted for a mob hit, he was horrified by what he found. That was just the beginning. The Spectator's Steve Buist exposes what the government still refuses to discuss.
For 16 years the Ontario government has fought all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada to keep secret the details of how police investigated the police in the case of two Hamilton men wrongfully convicted of killing a Toronto mobster in 1983.
The secrecy ends now.

About the author:

Steve Buist is an investigative reporter and feature writer at The Hamilton Spectator. He is responsible for producing large investigative projects, such as the highly-acclaimed Code Red project, which began in 2010 and has been examining the connections between health and poverty by mapping the health of Hamiltonians down to the level of neighbourhoods.
Buist has won three National Newspaper Awards and been nominated five other times. He’s also been named the Canadian Association of Journalists’ Investigative Journalist of the Year three times and been named Ontario’s Journalist of the Year four times. In the summer of 2014, Buist won one of the world’s most prestigious cancer journalism awards as he earned the 2014 Best Cancer Reporter Award from the European School of Oncology.


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