The Canadian Press

1997-11-05 | Latimer

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Robert Latimer was found guilty a second time in the death of his daughter Tracy. Pat Danforth, with Saskatchewan Voice of the Handicapped, said the conviction sent out the right message. (Latimer had pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his daughter, Tracy in October 1993. She had severe cerebral palsy and could not walk, talk or feed herself. The 12-year-old weighed less than 40 pounds and functioned at the level of a three-month-old.)

Date: 1997-11-05
Placeline: BATTLEFORD, Saskatchewan.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 12 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Organization for people with disabilities a prepaid so that there was a fight a guilty finding because it confirms what we've said all along that this was a clear-cut case of premeditated murder of a young girl >>