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Third person charged in October homicide

A third person is now charged in connection with the Oct. 22 death of Matthew John Wells.

Robert Brian Oochoo, 23, is charged with second-degree murder along with several other charges. 179 more words

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Yakimchuk's refusal to testify in murder trial holds defence 'hostage'

When Neil Lee Yakimchuk refused to testify at the trial of three men accused of first-degree murder, the Crown argued he was holding his evidence hostage. 546 more words

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Jury trial starts for Edmonton woman accused of killing her mother in Capilano home

A murder trial began before a jury Tuesday for a mentally ill Edmonton woman accused of killing her mother.

Kirsten Michelle Lamb, 32, pleaded not guilty to a charge of second-degree murder for the 2010 slaying of Sandra Lamb, 49. 386 more words

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Family remembering slain Lethbridge woman as independent, generous, kind-hearted

Frances Candice Little Light didn’t let life’s obstacles get in the way of achieving her dreams.

Little Light β€” known to loved ones as “Candy” β€” was abused through years of residential school and foster care. 567 more words

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Evidence unreliable, verging on non-existent, defence argues

Defence lawyers for the three men accused of having roles in Isho Hana’s death say what little evidence there is against their clients isn’t reliable enough for a conviction. 602 more words

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Witness tells court he saw accused murderer clean bloody knife after Wyatt Lewis stabbed

As a fatal stabbing victim staggered away from the scene where he’d just been mortally wounded, murder suspect James Rajbhandari was cleaning a bloodied knife, a witness testified Monday. 291 more words

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Second-degree murder charge in the hands of the jury

The jury in the second-degree murder trial of Kristopher Hillis was to resume deliberations Tuesday morning.

β€œThe terrible and final responsibility lies with you,” defence lawyer Michael Gordner said in his closing arguments to the jury earlier Monday. 384 more words

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