The fate of a man accused of gunning down three people in a Calgary restaurant is now in the hands of a jury. 28-year-old [The accused] is charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the fatal shootings at Bolsa restaurant on New Year’s Day 2009.
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Parents of accused killer in Bolsa restaurant gang slaying didn’t know their son was street gang member
CALGARY — The parents of accused killer [The Accused] both testified on Thursday that nobody ever came to their home and threatened them or demanded to know where they could find their son.
Det. Rey Bangloy was confident with the confession to and details of the New Year's Day 2009 triple homicide at Bolsa Restaurant he helped elicit from Real Christian Honorio in a three-month under-cover operation.
The Calgary cop who posed as a “major league” criminal to draw a confession from triple-murder suspect [The Accused] insisted the accused’s statements were true. Det. Reynold Bangloy told a city jury Friday he believes [The Accused] was being truthful when he admitted his involvement in Calgary’s New Year’s Day massacre.