OTTAWA, CANADA (GaeaTimes.com)- An Air force pilot and colonel who once was given the responsibility of flying none other than Queen Elizabeth in Canada has been found guilty of rape, sexual assaults and murders.
MINNEAPOLIS - A Somali-born Canadian citizen who admitted he attended al-Qaida training camps in Afghanistan and lectures by Osama bin Laden was released from federal prison Friday after nearly seven years in custody and deported to Canada.
BELLEVILLE, Ontario - The lawyer for a military commander who flew Queen Elizabeth II and other dignitaries around Canada said Thursday his client will plead guilty to murder, sexual assaults and dozens of breaking and entering charges.
TORONTO - A military commander charged with several counts of murder and sexual assault in a case that shocked Canadians was to appear in court in person for the first time Thursday.
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, Newfoundland - An American woman was found not guilty Friday of criminal negligence causing death in the fatal shooting of her husband while hunting four years ago in central Newfoundland.
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