Canada Trial delayed again for men accused of killing B.C. gangster Jonathan Bacon

12:52  27 april  2017
12:52  27 april  2017 Source:   Vancouver Sun

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The trial for three men charged with the 2011 murder of Red Scorpion gangster Jonathan Bacon has been delayed by two weeks. Accused killers Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun, Michael Jones and Jason McBride were supposed to go to trial May 1. But because Khun-Khun has suffered some medical

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The trial for three men charged with the 2011 murder of Red Scorpion gangster Jonathan Bacon has been delayed by two weeks.

Accused killers Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun, Michael Jones and Jason McBride were supposed to go to trial May 1.

But because Khun-Khun has suffered some medical issues, the trial has now been postponed until May 15.

Khun-Khun survived targeted shootings in 2011 and 2013, but has some permanent injuries as a result.

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Accused killer Jamie Bacon ’s murder trial has been delayed until March 2018, more than a decade after the Surrey Six murders he is alleged to have plotted. One of them, she said, was a defence motion to stay the charges against the notorious gangster due to the lengthy delay in getting to trial .

The trial will now begin with a defence application to throw out the charges because of the length of time the case has taken to get to trial, Crown spokesman Dan McLaughlin said.

Khun-Khun, Jones and McBride were charged in February 2013 with first-degree murder for allegedly gunning down Bacon in Kelowna in August 2011. They were also charged with the attempted murder of Hells Angel Larry Amero and Independent Soldier James Riach and two women who were all in the Porsche Cayenne with Bacon when it was sprayed by gunfire near a popular resort and casino.

At the time of the Kelowna shooting, Bacon, Amero, Riach and some of their gang associates had formed a loose coalition they dubbed the Wolf Pack to carry on their criminal business.

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Amero is now in jail in Montreal awaiting trial in a major undercover drug investigation. Riach is believed to be out of the country.

A number of cases have been thrown out in recent months because of delays getting to trial.

A Supreme Court of Canada decision last summer, known as Jordan, set time limits for the completion of trials at both the Supreme Court and Provincial Court levels. The ruling said that unless exceptional circumstances exist, a case in B.C. Supreme Court is supposed to conclude within 30 months, while a case at the lower court level should conclude within 18 months.

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