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Canada Father of Cassidy Bernard's twins charged with second-degree murder in her death

17:56  03 december  2019
17:56  03 december  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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Nova Scotia RCMP have charged the father of Cassidy Bernard's young twin daughters with second-degree murder in her death. The young mother was found dead in her home in We'koqma'q First Nation in Cape Breton on Oct. 24, 2018.

Dwight Austin Isadore, 20, is also facing charges of abandoning a child.

The infant girls were found inside the home at the same time Bernard's body was discovered. They were dehydrated, but not harmed.

a man wearing a red hat: Austin Isadore, 20, is the father of Cassidy Bernard's twin daughters. © Provided by cbc.ca Austin Isadore, 20, is the father of Cassidy Bernard's twin daughters.

Police announced Monday that they would be making an announcement about developments in the case today.

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Second degree murder is killing another with malice - doing a For example, if someone becomes frightened and falls down a flight of stairs during a robbery, that would be felony murder in some states, even Any defendant charged with murder should understand the degree of their murder charges

Second degree murder is generally defined as intentional murder that lacks premeditation, is Read on to learn about the different types of killings that are usually classified as murder in the second Given these circumstances, prosecutors would probably charge him with second - degree murder .

Residents in We'koqma'q, a tight-knit community of about 850 people, have long believed the 22-year-old woman's death was a homicide although police did not confirm it until Tuesday.

The community even took the exceptional step last November of pledging a $100,000 reward for any information that led to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible in Bernard's death. Friends, family and community members have also staged multiple marches in memory of Bernard, and to raise awareness of her case.

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'It's bittersweet': Cassidy Bernard's family responds to arrest .
Cassidy Bernard’s family is feeling hopeful after the father of her young twin daughters was charged with second-degree murder more than a year after her death. The 22-year old mother was found dead in her home in We'koqma'q First Nation in Cape Breton on Oct. 24, 2018. Dwight Austin Isadore, 20, was arrested Monday in the nearby community of Baddeck."A lot of hope, it's filling my soul, because this year has been so difficult. Not only for me, but the rest of my family," said Annie Bernard-Daisley, a We'koqma'q band councillor and Bernard's cousin."The anger, the resentment, the bitterness, the grief, the trauma.

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