26 Feb 2017 —

Quebec native Judith Brassard is serving a 28 year prison sentence for having presumably sponsored the death of her Colombian spouse.

The Canadian Association for Rights and Truth (CART ) is hopeful to see the new Foreign Affairs Minister of Canada, Stéphane Dion, be more proactive than his predecessor with the case of Judith Brassard, the Quebecoise who has been imprisoned in Colombia for more than 7 years for a crime that she swears she did not commit.

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2 Oct 2014 —

TV show “Enquête” proved that Judith Brassard did not have  a fair trial.

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To help Judith

1. Canadian Association for Rights and Truth

We are proud to announce you that the Canadian Association for Rights and Truth (CART), based in Montreal, has been working for the past 8 months on Judith’s case, and now considers it as one of its major priorities. CART’s staff has been in contact with Judith’s family since January of 2015, and its president personally visited Judith in Santa Marta this summer.

We, Judith’s family, friends, and supporters have been pleading for Judith’s innocence and her later unfair and incomprehensible condemnation to 28 years in prison for a crime that she did not commit, since her detention. We have struggled to raise awareness in Canada, and have tried beyond our best to obtain our government’s support; the latter with little success. We believe that the new support coming from the Canadian Association for Rights and Truth will open a new path toward Judith’s freedom.

The Canadian Association for Rights and Truth is a non-profit and non-governmental organization. A portion of the funds collected between Sept. 1st and Sept. 15th, during what is called the Open Challenge, will go directly towards covering the procedural, legal, and investigative fees related to Judith’s Case.

We encourage you to show your support for Judith and the other wrongfully convicted on whose cases the Canadian Association for Rights and Truth is currently working on, and donate.

CART’s webpage on Judith’s Case:

CART’s fundraising campaign:

Donate now:


2. Sign this online petition, addressed to Canada’s Foreign Affairs Ministry: