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Accomplice in 'campaign of terror' against teen girls sentenced to jail on weekends

An Edmonton drug dealer’s accomplice in a violent “campaign of terror” against two 16-year-old girls was sentenced Monday to jail on weekends.

Tyrone Emberley, 20, was handed a 90-day jail term, but provincial court Judge Elizabeth Johnson agreed to let him serve the time intermittently so he could continue to work. 515 more words

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Donald Trump's campaign chief faced domestic violence charges in 1996, court records show

The recent appointment of Stephen K. Bannon, the right-wing media mogul, as chief executive of Donald Trump’s campaign was part of an effort to reset a candidacy that has stumbled with minority and female voters and suffered from controversies surrounding high-level campaign officials. 735 more words

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An Olympic athlete was killed seven years ago. Now his wife has been sentenced for his first-degree murder

Six gunshots shattered the Southern California night, each one separated by a second-long pause.

Boom.

Boom.

Boom.

Boom.

Boom.

Boom.

In the silence that followed, Jane Laut dialed 911. 1,817 more words

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Editorial: Can juries decide whether someone is NCR?

In rendering their guilty verdict, jurors in the Richard Henry Bain trial rejected defence arguments he was not criminally responsible for killing stagehand Denis Blanchette during the 2012 Parti Québécois victory party in Montreal. 430 more words

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Clayton Eichler will go straight to trial on assault charge

Clayton Bo Eichler, who will stand trial next month on two murder charges, will go straight to trial on an unrelated assault charge.

Eichler sat in the prisoner’s box at Regina Provincial Court on Wednesday, the date set for his preliminary hearing on charges of aggravated sexual assault and overcoming resistance by attempting to choke the then-24-year-old complainant. 257 more words

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Driver in stolen car arrested after police chase in Montérégie

A reckless driver at the wheel of a stolen vehicle was arrested after a long police chase Tuesday night in the Montérégie.

The man, aged 19, was accompanied by a 14-year-old girl. 99 more words

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Richard Henry Bain: A timeline of key dates

Sept. 4, 2012: Attempting to vote in that day’s Quebec provincial election, Richard Henry Bain is turned away at a La Conception polling station in the morning. 1,013 more words

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