The Christine Jack Story

“There Is No Prestige Here”

Christine Jack has been missing since just before Christmas, and the trail is leading to a small town east of the city of Winnipeg.  Follow the courts longest trial to that date in the Manitoba Law Courts.  Christine’s husband Brian Jack will be tried three times, and have two Supreme Court trials before his ping pong conviction has left him a free man. 

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Podcasts I mention In this episode:

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Sooner State

This most recent summer reading I recommend was: 

Nate Hendley  - The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction 

On the night of September 15, 1956, seven-year-old Wayne Mallette, was brutally murdered 

on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto. The chief suspect was a "boy 

on a bicycle" seen pedaling away from the CNE.

 

You can buy it HERE or HERE , or wherever you buy books.

 

I post those on Instagram and Twitter each Wednesday, if you are looking for some 

Canadian true crime books this summer.

***Thank you Tara And Barney of BLOODY MURDER PODCAST.  For providing the 

disclosure at the top of the show.  A special thank you to Barney for redesigning my logo. 

 You both are a treat.

Sources used in this chapter include:

 

Trials and Errors: The People vs Brian Gordon Jack

by John D. Montgomery (Author), Hon. Alfred M. Monnin (Introduction)

You can purchase this book HERE 

 

Winnipeg Free Press Reporters

Terry Weber

Trial Coverage inOctober 1990

 

Zena Olijynk

Trial Coverage 1990

 

Kevin Rollason

Trial coverage in Oct. 1992 and March 1995

 

Linda Quattrin

Trial Coverage 1995

 

George Nikides

Dave Baxter 

Allison Bray

Appeal coverage in 1995 

 

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