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Contrecoeur corruption case: Bernard Trépanier's trial delayed due to illness

Former municipal fundraiser Bernard Trépanier missed a court hearing due to illness on Tuesday in what would have marked the start of his separate trial in the Faubourg Contrecoeur corruption case. 436 more words

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French appeal court orders Diab back to jail pending trial

Former Ottawa academic Hassan Diab is back in a Paris jail barely a week after he was released on bail.

French prosecutors had filed an appeal on Saturday, after terrorist suspect Diab was released on May 17, alleging he was a flight risk and a threat to civil order. 778 more words

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Wife's suspicion led to recording of alleged murder plot, trial hears

PRINCE ALBERT — Curtis Vey’s wife Brigitte planted a recording device under a table when she suspected her husband was cheating on her, a jury heard Tuesday as the murder conspiracy trial of two rural Saskatchewan lovers got underway. 402 more words

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De Grood 'suffered a disease of the mind' and is not criminally responsible: Crown

Although Matthew de Grood was a ruthless “killing machine” in Calgary’s worst mass slaying, he is not criminally responsible, the Crown prosecutor told the accused’s first-degree murder trial Tuesday. 464 more words

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From Kingdom Daughter Blog.
Part 1 of a 4 part series
Spiritual Warfare pt. 1 – https://wp.me/p71ZxZ-mY


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May 21 – 1 Cor 15 – 2 Cor 9

In today’s reading, we find some words of encouragement that I’d like to focus on. Paul tells the Corinthian church about the many troubles he’s experienced due to preaching. 567 more words