The Canadian Press

2004-09-07 | Kane Slaying

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Former football star Tommy Kane pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2003 death of his 35-year-old wife. The 40-year-old had originally pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the killing of his estranged wife, Tammara Shaikh (SHAKE'). Crown prosecutor Louis Bouthillier (LOO'-ee BOO'-tee-yay) said two psychiatrists concluded the ex-football player suffered from depression prior to the killing. (Kane was a former member of the Seattle Seahawks and Toronto Argonauts.)

Date: 2004-09-07
Placeline: MONTREAL, Quebec.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << one psychiatrist was hired by the Bible defense the other one was hired by the crown and in a nutshell basically they came to the same conclusion that is we did not have a proof Beyond reasonable doubt that Tommy Kane intended the death of his wife >>


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