posted on Nov, 9 2009 @ 06:56 PM
I live in the Edmonton area, and was attending the university across the river from downtown when this happened. My Mom works in a building directly
across the street from the W.C.B., and witnessed the event take place. Word spread fast, and in a community where situations like this rarely, if not
never happen, there were a lot of questions as to why this happened.
The issue of the corruption of the Workers Compensation Board needs much more attention, as it has ruined the lives of thousands of people, Mr.
Clayton being just one of them. It is so tragic that his pain and suffering led him to do this, and altough I am in no way what so ever supporting his
actions, I'm very glad that his story has come out.
Thanks for posting these videos, many questions can now be answered.