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The first ever account of crimes that continue to haunt Canada's conscience.

Nearly 30 years after Clifford Olson's horrific crimes and the controversial deal he made with authorities ($100,000 for showing the RCMP where the bodies of his 11 victims were buried) this is the first ever account of Olson's heinous crimes and an extensive account of his childhood life in and outside prison.

Based on Peter Worthington's extensive interviews with Olson when he was alive, as well as sealed documents which Worthington was granted permission to from Olson's lawyer, Robert D. Shantz, this book includes shocking and horrific descriptions that illustrate crimes Olson never showed remorse for and which gave rise to the victims of violence movement, led to an amendment of the Criminal Code barring multiple murders from applying for early parole under the faint-hope clause and the passage of Bill C-31 denying such payments to prisoners while they are incarcerated.



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February 19th, 2015
I enjoyed this book as it was very well put together. It was easy to follow and kept me interested a hard book to put down. I have read many articles on Olson and I find this book to be more in dept and informative than any of my past reads on this subject. I recommend this book
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September 3rd, 2013
Good look into the disgusting human that was Clifford Olson. My only complaint would be that the editing was remarkably poor.
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