Why Are Most Canadians Gullible?: Many Seem Able to Believe Deeply About Some Things Without Using Logic, Common Sense or Critical Thinking

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This book tells the true story of a young schoolboy who killed his classmate, was determined guilty of the crime several times and served 10 years in prison. Many years later the public would demand that the government find this man innocent and pay him so much money that today government officials are refusing to compensate the wrongly convicted because they didn’t suffer as did Steven Truscott. I wrote “Why Are Most Canadians Gullible?” primarily because of a crime in which a biased media convinced a gullible public that a convicted murderer should be found “not guilty” of his infamous crime. Practically an entire nation demanded that he be found innocent despite having no facts or evidence to support his innocence. Then they gave him lots of money and made him into a national hero. Please read this book with an open, objective, critically thinking mind. If the facts and evidence presented do not make the case for you, then continue on with... More > whatever you believe.< Less
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September 8, 2016
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