Dates have been set to hear the appeal of two men convicted of carrying out the Surrey Six massacre.
The BC Court of Appeal will hear arguments from lawyers for Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston in March of 2017 at the earliest, as they try to have convictions for first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder overturned.
It’s in connection to the October 2007 slayings of six people, including two innocent men, in a Surrey highrise.
The pair claim police botched the investigation and that they were treated poorly in custody — reasons for which they have filed a separate civil suit.
The related trial for Red Scorpions gang leader Jamie Bacon, accused of ordering the executions, is set to start this fall.