The Canadian Press

2000-10-07 | Cooper Trial

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A northern Alberta doctor charged in the disappearance of a colleague was found guilty on Oct. 6 of manslaughter. Dr. Abraham Cooper had been charged with first-degree murder in the disappearance of Dr. Doug Snider from Fairview, Alberta in 1999. Snider's son, Darren, said one of the hardest things to take was defense allegations that his dad was still alive. The prosecution alleged Cooper killed Snider as part of a bitter turf war between doctors in Fairview.

Date: 2000-10-07
Placeline: EDMONTON, Alberta.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 18 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << when the trial started four weeks ago the family came looking for answers we didn't receive anything it's Dad we heard our father was alive what a cruel what a ridiculous thing to say we didn't need to have a trial to know that her father was dead >>