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'I haven't done anything wrong,' teary accused in swatting case told police

Dabbing at tears with his mother at his side, a 17-year-old boy accused of terrorizing schools and homes by calling in fake emergencies across North America told police on the day of his arrest that he didn’t do anything wrong and just wanted to go home. 385 more words

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Teen pleads guilty in Trois-Rivières triple murder

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A 17-year-old has pleaded guilty in a triple murder in Trois-Rivières last year.

He had initially entered a plea of not guilty, wishing to stand trial by judge and jury. 102 more words

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Top court won't hear appeal of 42 charged in Operation SharQc

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More than 40 people accused in Operation SharQc have lost their long battle before the courts after the Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear their case. 145 more words

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Families still suffering 30 years after deadly Air India bombing

Thirty years after the Air India bombing, a large portrait of its mastermind hangs outside a Sikh temple in Surrey.

The Punjabi words on the picture of Talwinder Singh Parmar call him a martyr and a high priest. 707 more words

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Pair wanted in Toronto homicide arrested in Niagara area

Toronto police say two suspects wanted in connection with the death of a Vaughan, Ont., man have been arrested.

Sabrina Chouart, formerly of Gatineau, and Clyde Marshall, originally from New Brunswick,  were arrested in the Niagara region, according to Toronto police. 195 more words

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'The Woolwich Murder': A Case of Jealous Insanity

On the evening of 21 December 1884, Frederick Marshall climbed through the bedroom window of Laura Wilson, aged 17, and murdered her.[i]

The two were previously betrothed, but it was reported at the inquest that Marshall had become jealous of Laura’s relationship with Charlie M., a family friend, and Laura had called off the engagement. 1,296 more words

Leamington man on trial for arson for allegedly burning man out of neighbourhood

A dispute between Leamington neighbours over the alleged theft of marijuana plants escalated from threats to mischief and then arson and violence, a Superior Court of Justice trial heard Monday. 575 more words

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