Canadian Association for Rights and Truth

The Canadian Association for Rights & Truth (CART) believes that Every Citizen, whether in Canada or Mexico, deserves a fair trial and right to freedom. Randomised false arrests under the current Mexican criminal and judicial systems amount to a revocation of basic freedoms and rights. While understanding that there are justifiable arrests made in Mexico and the government has the right to maintain safety within its borders, the first goal of CART is make sure this is done in a way that cannot be compromised by corruption. According to the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index, Mexico ranks as one of the top 10 most corrupt countries in the Americas and ranks as the second most corrupt polic...
Un-Prisonment - Releasing the Wrongfully Convicted
 
With no legal recourse for the multitude of people who are wrongfully arrested and convicted around the world, the Canadian Association for Rights and Truth not only brings hope to many of these victims, but can offer vindication. With our donors' support, we can continue to help restore freedom to those who have had it stolen. Since September 2015, we have been able to free 5 wrongfully convicted people. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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