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.
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The third man alleged to be involved in a New Year’s 2009 massacre of three people at a Calgary eatery will face a judge and jury Monday.
Two men charged in an alleged murder plot, which police say came to light during an organized crime investigation, made a brief first court appearance Friday. [The accused 1], 39, and [The accused 2], 50, did not speak as their lawyers sought to adjourn the case while awaiting Crown disclosure.
Casady Agrees to Waive Death Penalty: Prosecutor says it is only way to get [The accused] back from Canada
Gregory Dunn, [The accused]’s Calgary-based lawyer, reportedly said he expected the death penalty to be waived despite the pleas of Hassell’s family. “I appreciate that the authorities are indicating they are going to consult with the families, because that’s the right thing to do. But at the end of the day, I just don’t see the United Sates not playing ball on this,” said Dunn.