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Elizabeth Fry Societies challenges decision to deny it standing at inquest - The Globe and Mail


Elizabeth Fry Societies challenges decision to deny it standing at inquest - The Globe and Mail: A Saskatchewan Justice spokesman says the ministry is looking at the request for a review.

The spokesman also said in an e-mail that standing has been granted to Ms. James’s mother and the Correctional Service of Canada.

“It was quite frankly shocking and I was quite flummoxed by the decision,” Ms. Pate said from Ottawa on Friday. “It is vitally important for the Canadian public to know what happens within our institutions.”

Ms. James, 35, was serving time for manslaughter, assault, uttering threats, arson, mischief and obstruction of justice.

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