A look at who’s making headlines this week
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s deputy chief of staff has testified about May 29 incident
Hubert Chretien, Logan Valentini called to testify because their names and return addresses listed on packages sent by accused
Jury at Magnotta’s first-degree murder trial hears audio testimony from now-deceased witness who rented him the apartment
Luka Rocco Magnotta pleads not guilty to five charges in connection with slaying and dismemberment of Chinese student Jun Lin
Luka Magnotta has pleaded not guilty to five charges, including first-degree murder, in death of 33-year-old engineering student
Magnotta’s trial is expected to last between six and eight weeks and is now set to begin Sept. 29
Roughly 300 candidates remain from the initial 1,600 summoned last week.
Magnottaaces faces five charges in connection with the slaying and dismemberment of Jun Lin in May 2012.
Criminologists fought to keep video confidential
MONTREAL – Lawyers for accused killer Luka Magnotta will meet with Crown prosecutors for a pre-trial conference on Oct. 9.
Quebec Superior Court set the date Tuesday as the fall…
MONTREAL – A Quebec judge says she may look at the contents of a sealed interview with Luka Rocco Magnotta before deciding whether the Crown can have access to it.…
Accused killer participated in sex worker survey
TORONTO – Luka Magnotta, accused of killing and dismembering a Chinese student, was treated for paranoid schizophrenia, though his pyschiatrist said he didn’t always take his medication.
A letter from…
Preliminary inquiry wraps up in Montreal
MONTREAL – They make up the tiny segment of the population that has heard the disturbing evidence at the high-profile case of alleged killer Luka Rocco Magnotta.
Unlike lawyers, court…
Accused killer was hearing evidence of murder