[The Accused] took $7,500 from people he duped into thinking he had cancer. On Thursday, a judge ordered him to pay every cent of it back to cancer patients who really need it.
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He was assaulted at the Calgary Remand Centre last week. [The accused]'s lawyer, Joel Chevrefils said his client received a concussion, a broken nose, black eyes and a bruised spleen.
The lawyer for a man accused of holding a fraudulent cancer fundraiser is unsure whether his client will be able to make his next court appearance on Friday as he remains in hospital following a severe jailhouse beating.
Jailhouse justice it may appear — but ex-friends of accused cancer-fake [The Accused] are still showing him charity following a savage beating by cellmates.