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Murder convictions to stand for Shafia family who drowned three teen sisters

by www.winnipegfreepress.com
TORONTO - Ontario's top court has rejected an attempt by a father, mother and son to appeal their convictions for murdering four family members. Mohammad Shafia, his wife Tooba Yahya and their son Hamed were convicted in January 2012 of four counts of first-degree murder – killings their trial...
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