Wednesday October 01, 2014




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Lack of bodies in missing family case won't stop trial: Crown

An Alberta crown prosecutor says the fact the bodies of Nathan O'Brien and his grandparents have not been found makes the murder case against Douglas Garland "challenging." But Shane Parker adds he is confident in the evidence.

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