Convicted Prince George serial killer, Cody Legebokoff’s appeal for a new trial has been dismissed.
Legebokoff was convicted in Sept 2014 of four counts of first degree murder for the killings of Loren Leslie, 15, Natasha Montgomery, 23, Jill Stuchenko and Cynthia Maas, who were both 35.
When contacted with the news, Loren Leslie’s father Doug was satisfied.
“It’ll never be behind me, but the thing is I never want him to go ahead.”
The appeal hearing was held in Vancouver in May. Legebokoff’s lawyers argued that the decision to hold the original trial in Prince George created an “appearance of unfairness” (previous story)
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