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Friday, 14 May 2010

CTV British Columbia - One Bacon brother convicted, other acquitted - CTV News

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CTV British Columbia - One Bacon brother convicted, other acquitted - CTV News: "James Bacon, 22, was convicted of 10 weapons charges and an additional drug charge.
James, known as Jamie, and his elder brother Jarrod, 25, were arrested outside their family's home in April 2007 after what the Crown termed an attempted 'gang-style execution' by rival gangsters.
The court heard Jamie Bacon returned fire on his rivals and was actually struck by a bullet in the back during the altercation. He was spared injury because he was wearing body armour.
The gun Jamie Bacon used ended up in a sophisticated secret compartment in the centre console of a Chevrolet Suburban SUV parked inside the family's garage. The weapon was found during a subsequent search of the home by police.
Judge Jean Lytwyn ruled DNA evidence adequately proved Jamie Bacon must have known about the compartment hidden inside the vehicle."

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