John Carpay: A person who is arrested or put in prison because of his or her political beliefs is a political prisoner. This also holds true for peaceful activists who are wrongfully arrested under trumped-up criminal charges. Long-standing readers of The Interim will immediately think about Mary Wagner and Fr. Tony Van Hee as examples of Canadians who were arrested or imprisoned […]
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