A Saskatchewan woman who was held in solitary confinement in B.C. for a total of 3½ years has issued an emotional plea to end the practice in Canada’s prisons.
BobbyLee Worm, 26, has just settled a lawsuit filed against Corrections Canada on her behalf by the B.C. Civil Liberties Association. But because of a confidentiality clause in the agreement, neither Worm nor the BCCLA was able to release the terms of the settlement publicly.
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