CanadaJury finds Strathmore man guilty of 1st-degree murder for shooting ex-girlfriend in head

21:57  06 november  2018
21:57  06 november  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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Jury finds Strathmore man guilty of 1st-degree murder for shooting ex-girlfriend in head© Facebook Glenn Randall, left, admitted to shooting Brenda Walker, right, but his defence lawyers argued at trial that he was too drunk to form the intent necessary to commit first-degree murder.

The man from Strathmore, Alta., who fatally shot his ex-girlfriend in the head has been found guilty of first-degree murder.

Jurors in Calgary heard two weeks of evidence in Glenn Randall's first-degree murder trial before beginning deliberations Monday morning.

Randall appeared to have no reaction as the jury announced its decision.

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Outside the courtroom afterward, there were hugs and tears as members of Walker's family reacted to the jury's decision.

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Randall has always admitted to killing Walker but his lawyers argued he should be found guilty of the lesser offence of manslaughter.

Defence lawyers Jennifer Ruttan and Michael Bates argued their client was too drunk to form the intent necessary to commit first-degree murder.

Randall and Walker broke up in late December 2014 because she felt he was too close with his former girlfriend.

Prosecutors Jim Sawa and Lori Chambers suggested to jurors that Randall's text messages to Walker the night she was killed show he became increasingly angry with her.

After midnight, Randall walked down the block to Walker's home.

When he arrived, armed with a loaded gun, she called 911, telling the operator that she feared for her life.

On the 911 call, Randall can be heard saying, "I love you, I'm sorry," before the gun is fired.

Walker's neighbour then witnessed Randall walking away from her home in a snowstorm.

Minutes later, RCMP officers found the victim face down in her kitchen. She had been shot six times, including twice in the head.

From his truck, Randall then phoned his sisters In New Brunswick and his ex-girlfriend. He confessed to all three women before he turned himself in to RCMP.

A first-degree murder conviction comes with an automatic life sentence with no chance of parole for 25 years.

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