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Canada Man accused of killing two Métis hunters denied bail

20:28  02 april  2020
20:28  02 april  2020 Source:   edmontonjournal.com

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Anthony Ryan et al. that are wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Jacob Sansom, 39, and his uncle Morris Cardinal, 57, smile in a photo taken the day before their bodies were discovered. They were found with gunshot wounds on Saturday, March 28, 2020, around 4 a.m. on a rural road near Glendon, northeast of Edmonton. © supplied Jacob Sansom, 39, and his uncle Morris Cardinal, 57, smile in a photo taken the day before their bodies were discovered. They were found with gunshot wounds on Saturday, March 28, 2020, around 4 a.m. on a rural road near Glendon, northeast of Edmonton.

A 31-year-old man charged with second-degree murder after the weekend shooting deaths of two Métis hunters on a northern Alberta road has been denied bail.

Jake Sansom, 39, and Morris Cardinal, 57, were found shot to death Saturday morning on a rural road north of Glendon, about 225 kilometres northeast of Edmonton. A truck associated to them was parked nearby. Autopsy results released Wednesday ruled the cause of death for both men as homicide by gunshot.

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Family members believe the killing was random and that it seemed nothing was taken from the vehicle, suggesting the pair may have been ambushed after they left Cardinal’s stepson’s home Friday evening. They were found near Township Road 622 and Range Road 84 beside a black 2014 Ram 1500.

RCMP said Tuesday it was too early to determine a motive .

The two, who have Métis hunting rights, spent Friday hunting for food after Sansom was laid off from his job as a heavy-duty mechanic because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anthony Michael Bilodeau, charged with two counts of second-degree murder, was denied bail at a Wednesday hearing. His next appearance is set for April 9 at St. Paul Provincial Court.

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