In 1914, Jack Kong was a 16-year-old Chinese house boy working for Charles and Clara Millard in Vancouver’s West End. One morning, Jack got up, made porridge for Clara Millard then he killed her, hacked up her body, and burned it in the furnace. So, why wasn't he charged with murder?
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