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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Lawyer considers appeal of bail refusal for reputed gangster | Calgary & Alberta | News | Calgary Sun

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Lawyer considers appeal of bail refusal for reputed gangster | Calgary & Alberta | News | Calgary Sun: "lawyer for alleged gangster and convicted killer Vuthy Kong will consider an appeal of a judge’s decision Monday to keep him behind bars pending trial.
Defence counsel David Andrews said he will assess provincial court Judge Allan Fradsham’s ruling before deciding his next move.
“I’m reviewing, carefully, the judge’s decision and considering our options,” Andrews said, following Fradsham’s decision to deny Kong bail.
Fradsham agreed with Crown prosecutor Scott Couper that based on Kong’s history, he was a likely candidate to reoffend if released.
Andrews had proposed the judge allow Kong out pending trial on drug-related charges.
Kong was arrested last week after police allegedly saw a man making drug deliveries.
A subsequent search of a vehicle and a Radcliffe Cl. S.E. home found crack cocaine, Oxycontin pills, cannabis and ecstasy,
Kong was responsible for a 2002 slaying that was followed by more than two dozen gang-related killings which have been blamed on rivalry between two high-profile groups."

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