The Canadian Press

1992-07-30 | Morin Guilty

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One of Canada's longest murder trials ended with the conviction of Guy Paul Morin. He was found guilty of first-degree murder in the 1984 sex-slaying of his nine-year-old neighbor Christine Jessop in Queensville, north of Toronto. Christine's father, Bob, said the verdict was a relief but it wouldn't bring his daughter back. (Morin maintained his innocence and said he would appeal his conviction. His first-degree conviction meant he would have to serve 25 years in prison before becoming eligible for parole.)

Date: 1992-07-30
Placeline: LONDON, United Kingdom.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << how long eight years I mentioned to a number of people over the last few days if you wakes up with respect to the verdict no matter what it was going to be that Christine would never be back and the only consolation of the whole Affair is that it's finally put to rest >>