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Mother and friends weep as Wynn freed of murder : "I'm awfully glad," his first words
Publication
Fort William Daily Times Journal, 18 Sep 1948, p. 1
Description
Media Type
Newspaper
Description
Found not guilty ; Red Rock ; Stabbings ; Bush camp ; Crawley-McCracken dining hall ; Man stabbed by cook ; Argued over bacon ; Charged with murder ; Leo Neveau a.k.a. Leo Neveu (Victim) ; Charles Roderick Wynn (Charged) ; Other cases ; Ingvall Pearson convicted of manslaughter ; John D. Germaine convicted of manslaughter
Notes
Full text available on microfilm
Date of Publication
18 Sep 1948
Date Of Event
28 Jul 1948
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
Copyright Statement
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Thunder Bay Public Library
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Thunder Bay, ON

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Mother and friends weep as Wynn freed of murder : "I'm awfully glad," his first words


Found not guilty ; Red Rock ; Stabbings ; Bush camp ; Crawley-McCracken dining hall ; Man stabbed by cook ; Argued over bacon ; Charged with murder ; Leo Neveau a.k.a. Leo Neveu (Victim) ; Charles Roderick Wynn (Charged) ; Other cases ; Ingvall Pearson convicted of manslaughter ; John D. Germaine convicted of manslaughter