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Trial begins for ex-Mountie charged with killing Ottawa cop

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Originally posted in the Toronto Sun OTTAWA -- Four paramedics who desperately tried to save Ottawa Police Const. Eric Czapnik's life and subdued his assailant are expected to be witnesses at the trial of the disgraced Mountie accused of stabbing him to death. Jury selection is slated to start Monday in Kevin Gregson's first-degree murder trial. It's scheduled to take a month with about 25 Crown witnesses, including the paramedics whose story will be heard for the first ...

Man cleared of sex assault may be deported

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Originally posted in the Ottawa Sun The man cleared of a men’s room sex attack on a teen with a diaper fetish remains in jail on an immigration hold. Immigration authorities will hold a hearing Thursday to determine if Jamal Harouya should stay in custody as they mull over whether or not to try deporting him, lawyer Geraldine Castle-Trudel said Wednesday. An immigration warrant for Harouya, who’s from Morocco but has permanent resident status here, was issued in November ...

Court exposes gambler's woe - Stripper convicted of $124,000 theft

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Kelly Egan CANADIAN PRESS GATINEAU, Que. — She was a stripper. He was a gambler. But beautiful music they could not make, not after her hands were caught in his cookie jar. In a Gatineau courtroom Thursday, Jose Samantha Dubreuil, 26, a blonde exotic dancer, was convicted of stealing $124,000 worth of sports betting tickets from Terry Leblanc, 35, one of Canada's most celebrated bettors. Justice Bernard Dagenais, after pondering evidence for two weeks, was convinced the 25 ...

Ex-Mountie accused of murder faces sex charges

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The former Saskatchewan RCMP officer accused of killing Ottawa police officer Eric Czapnik faced sexual assault charges in court on Friday. Kevin Gregson, 43, was charged with four counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm and four counts of sexual interference with a person under 16 in relation to a single victim, as well as a count of possession of child pornography during his appearance in an Ottawa courtroom. He had previously been charged with first-degree murder in Czapnik's ...

Jury finds father not guilty of incest, other sex crimes

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A father charged with sex crimes involving his teenaged daughter was found not guilty by a jury yesterday. After listening to closing arguments from the defence counsel and the Crown prosecutor, the nine-man, three-woman jury took three hours to return the verdict on charges of incest and sexual exploitation against the 32-year-old man. A charge of sexual assault was withdrawn by the judge. The man later described his three-day trial as "bizarre" and said he was happy it was over. ...