Canada Jamie Bacon to be tried for murder and conspiracy for Surrey Six killings
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Jamie Bacon will be tried on one count of first-degree murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the Surrey Six homicides that took place on Oct. 19, 2007.
In a statement posted, the BC Court of Appeal said it has granted the Crown's appeal of a judge's order to stay proceedings in Bacon's case back in December 2017, and Bacon will proceed to trial.
The court's reasons in allowing the appeal are sealed due to the confidential nature of the case, the statement said. The hearing of the appeal was in-camera.
A final, abbreviated version of the reasons will be made available to the public at a later date.
Bacon was in B.C. Supreme Court in early March for his retrial on a charge of counselling to commit murder.
He is accused of planning a shooting that took place in Mission on New Year’s Eve 2008. The target was Dennis Karbovanec, who survived even though he was hit twice.
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