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Meaghan Craig 13h
The crown questions what time shw says she saw Caissie - the clerk in 2011 told police she didn’t remember what time and that was just days later.
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Meaghan Craig 13h
The crown is asking the witness about the weather that day and when the sun would have gone down - this is something on the record that she told police.
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Peter Quinlan 3h
Blue skies & sunshine have dominated the last week of weather, but that’s about to end! Find out when & what’s moving in on Global News at 10pm
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Meaghan Craig 13h
The witness says no, she saw him both times - August 6th and 11th at 9:45 p.m. The crown asks that she pours over her statements to police to see where she said the 6th.
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Meaghan Craig 13h
The clerk testifies that Caissie was staying at the motel the entire month of July and in August for at least half he month but she was not at the motel every day that month.
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Meaghan Craig 13h
Although King’s death was a long time ago, Kuster says she was being honest with police. Cross examination - the witness says she is 100% sure of the testimony she just gave to court.
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Meaghan Craig 14h
In August 2011, Anja Kuster was a motel clerk who checks people in and out of the establishment. She says on August 6th she was working and starts her shift at four or five.
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Meaghan Craig 13h
The clerk says there is no way she mistakenly saw Caissie that day. She has not seen him in seven years not has she discussed these details with anyone.
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Meaghan Craig 13h
Crown: “When I asked you a minute ago you said you couldn’t recall” Witness: “Yes.” The witness is doubling downs says she still saw him on August 6th. She said Caissie arrived at the motel but truck.
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Meaghan Craig 13h
The clerk says she saw Caissie at 9:45 p.m. on August ...”oh my god” she says the on stand as the crown asks exactly what day in August she saw Caissie. “If you don’t know that’s fine” says the crown - the clerk says “I don’t recall”
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Meaghan Craig 14h
Back at the Joseph ‘David’ Caissie 1st-degree murder trial. The first witness that has taken the stand for the defence - lived in Olds, Alberta at the time of Carol King’s death.
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Saskatoon Police Oct 20
Well that didn’t take long. A woman was issued a $360 ticket under the Cannabis Control (SK) Act early this morning after an member observed her consuming cannabis in a vehicle (as a passenger). Some people must not have believed us when we said that wasn’t legal
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Peter Quinlan 12h
Change in the forecast ahead marks an end to Saskatoon's streak of sunshine:
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Meaghan Craig 12h
The only thing with clarity the witness says she knows for sure is she saw David Caissie on the 6th - but admits it could have been another Saturday. The crown is done with this witness.
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Peter Quinlan 12h
This photo was taken by Danyle Holmes in Borden:
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Meaghan Craig 13h
The witness admits she saw Caissie in 2011 but it might be a bit unclear as to the exact dates because it was so long ago.
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Meaghan Craig 13h
The clerk said they needed to keep the comings and goings of guests - like work crews to ensure they paid for their stays.
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Christine Freethy 4h
Anyone know where "downtown" they are thinking about putting this arena, or how it will affect the residential neighborhoods close to downtown?
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ButlerByersInsurance 2h
Come find us at the Candy Corn Ring Toss at Boo At The Zoo this Sunday!
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Meaghan Craig 12h
We’re back in session at the 1st-degree murder of Joseph ‘David’ Caissie in the death of Carol King in 2011.
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