Nyki Kish was convicted on March 1, 2011 of second degree murder for the stabbing death of Ross Hammond in Toronto, Canada, on August 8, 2007. Kish has steadfastly maintained her innocence since her arrest and there is no credible evidence to justify her conviction.
Support for Nyki continues to be strong. Join the ongoing discussion on the Injustice Anywhere Forum and voice your opinion on this controversial case.
Get the Facts
- Nyki’s 2013 appeal was denied on March 10, 2014
- Case Overview
- Is alleged murder weapon the actual weapon used in the crime?
- Court Documents and Downloadable Files
- Google Street View Showing Location of Altercation
Nyki Kish Website
“…innocent people will continue to be damned to this until more Canadians are made aware of the workings of our judicial system and vital changes are made. I’m ashamed that our police forces tunnel vision to prosecute me against all obvious facts will leave many without true closure and equally ashamed that our media is not the public watchdog it ought to be.” -Nyki Kish
- Free Nyki Facebook Page
- Nyki’s case was not heard by a jury. The case was ruled on by Judge Nordheimer J. on March 1, 2011.
- Prison Radio: Nyki Kish
Injustice Anywhere Radio
“It is terrifying to be continually punished for this crime I did not commit. And it is damning to have to wonder why every night. I am no murderer and my heart is not selfish. If I was responsible for the death of another human being, I would have never plead not guilty. I would never suffer everyone involved this costly pain. This long, mentally diminishing, emotionally incapacitating process, this is the stuff true nightmares are made of. I did not kill Ross Hammond and I wish I had proven myself innocent beyond a reasonable doubt as I am innocent.” – Nicole Kish at her sentencing on April 4, 2011