CALGARY - A man who played a key role in a gang-related kidnapping and triple homicide at Bolsa Restaurant on New Year’s Day 2009 denied that he was one of the shooters.
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All three victims of Calgary’s New Year’s Day massacre stood little chance of surviving their gunshot wounds, a pathologist testified Friday.
Two men dressed like "ninjas" calmly and methodically entered the Bolsa restaurant and began firing, a patron told Calgary's New Year's Day massacre trial Tuesday.
The third man to stand trial in Calgary’s New Year’s Day massacre confessed to a purported crime boss to being one of the gunmen, jurors were told Monday.