The Canadian Press

2015-04-15 | CRIME Mounties Shot

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The trial for a man charged with attempted murder in the shooting of two Mounties in rural Alberta has begun with him pleading not guilty. Sawyer Robison (SOY'-yuhr ROH'-bih-son) has also told a judge he is not guilty of assault causing bodily harm and four weapons-related charges. Canadian Press reporter Chris Purdy says Corporal Christine Bramhoff, an RCMP forensics officer, was the first to testify about numerous guns discovered in a home on the farm southeast of Edmonton in 2012. (Two Mounties walked into a house on the property and shots were fired. Constables Sheldon Shah and Sidney Gaudette were hit but managed to get out of the home and were taken to hospital.)

Date: 2015-04-15
Placeline: WETASKIWIN, Alberta.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 25 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << call the first witness has been a forensic identification officer with the RCMP who went through the house after the shooting and standoff there were more than a Dozen guns found in this home the body of a naked man was found on the kitchen floor with a few handguns near his body and in one of the bedrooms of the house where there were some bunk beds that were seven other weapons found including a sniper rifle >>