More than 200 former inmates have filed civil claims in court alleging they were sexually abused by retired B.C. jail guard Roderic David MacDougall over his 21-year career when they were teenagers or young men incarcerated for relatively minor crimes.
The plaintiffs claim the attacks left them angry and confused, often compounding pre-existing drug and crime problems, and spiralling them into even more difficult lives.
MacDougall has maintained his innocence.
Guest host Dharm Makwana is joined by Vancouver Sun reporters Lori Culbert and Dan Fumano.