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Alberta men accused of killing Métis hunters took law into own hands: prosecutor

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A Crown prosecutor says a father and son accused of killing two Métis hunters took the law into their own hands when they chased them on a rural road in Alberta, shot them and left them to die.
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Alberta men accused of killing Métis hunters took law into own hands: prosecutor

A Crown prosecutor says a father and son accused of killing two Métis hunters took the law into their own hands when they chased them on a rural road in Alberta, shot them and left them to die.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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Global News

Alberta prosecutor points out lies while cross examining man accused of killing Métis hunters | Globalnews.ca

The Crown prosecutor asked Anthony Bilodeau questions about several discrepancies in his statements to police after two Métis hunters were killed in 2020.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Toronto Star

Alberta men accused of killing Métis hunters took law into own hands: prosecutor

EDMONTON - A Crown prosecutor says a father and son accused of killing two Métis hunters took the law into their own hands when they chased them on a ...

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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National Post

Alberta men accused of killing Metis hunters took law into own hands: prosecutor

EDMONTON -- A Crown prosecutor says a father and son accused of killing two Metis hunters took the law into their own hands when they chased them on a rural road in Alberta, shot them and left them to die. Read More

1 month ago·Canada
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The Globe & Mail

Alberta men accused of killing Metis hunters took law into own hands: prosecutor

Roger Bilodeau and his son Anthony Bilodeau are charged with second-degree murder

1 month ago·Canada
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