Gregory Dunn, [The accused]’s Calgary based lawyer, said his client welcomed the government's involvement. “They want an assurance the state of Arkansas will not be seeking the death penalty. That’s good news for [The accused],” said Dunn, following [The accused]’s fifth detention hearing where he was ordered to remain in custody for another 30 days.
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Now that Timothy Wallace has been deported back to the U.S., justice can finally be served, says the mother of one of his alleged murder victims.
Torture claims by a city man were concocted to deflect attention from the fact he had a murder victim in his trunk a defence lawyer charged yesterday. Greg Dunn, whose client faces five charges including aggravated assault, suggested [The Victim]’ story was designed to deflect police attention.