Surrey Six defence lawyer says witness can’t be trusted

Vancouver, BC, Canada / (CKNW AM) AM980

The high profile Surrey Six murder trial continues to hear claims the testimony of key prosecution witnesses can’t be trusted.

Closing submissions by lawyers representing Matthew Johnston and Cody Haevischer are now focusing on phone records contradicting the evidence of former co-accused Michael Le and a witness who can only be identified as Person Y.

Records show Red Scorpions gang leader, Jamie Bacon, was in Mission when he was supposed to be taking part in a Surrey meeting plotting the execution of rival drug dealer Corey Lal in October 2007.

Lal and five other men were shot dead at a Surrey highrise days later.

Two victims were innocent bystanders allegedly killed because they could identify the killers.

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  1. This comment is about the next news release posted … about the BCLC CEO who has been found in conflict of interest .

    Why were comments to this story locked down ?

    Whats the concern? That the peasants might be revolting ?

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