Author Topic: Daleen Bosse - May 18, 2004 - Age 25 ? Missing - Saskatoon  (Read 10442 times)

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Re: Daleen Bosse - May 18, 2004 - Age 25 ? Missing - Saskatoon
« Reply #15 on: May 06, 2014, 11:17:54 AM »
Finally after all these years hopefully some justice. It is so wrong that in the blink of an eye, a victim can be murdered, yet the perp has such leeway to play the system so long. Imagine the nerve of the person to want tax payers paying for his trial!!

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Re: Daleen Bosse - May 18, 2004 - Age 25 ? Missing - Saskatoon
« Reply #16 on: December 17, 2014, 03:02:59 PM »
Douglas Hales found guilty of murder in 2004 death of Daleen Bosse
 
 
BY JEREMY WARREN, THE STARPHOENIX DECEMBER 17, 2014 2:21 PM


More than 10 years after the disappearance of Daleen Bosse, Douglas Hales has been found guilty of second-degree murder"Mr. Big"
1. The disappearance

Bosse, 25, was last seen at a Saskatoon nightclub on May 18, 2004. The disappearance of the university student and married mother of a three-year-old daughter was immediately suspicious to her loved ones. They put up posters around the city and hired a private detective to find her, partly because they were concerned Saskatoon police weren't taking the case seriously.

The family never stopped looking for Bosse, said Allbright on Wednesday, even as weeks turned into months into years.

In June 2004, a friend spotted Bosse's abandoned car - with its floor mats, seat covers and a baby seat missing - in the Sutherland neighbourhood. In January 2005, police upgraded the case to a criminal investigation.

2. The investigation3. The arrest4. The court process

Hales frequently delayed his court dates - including a preliminary hearing and trials scheduled for 2011 and then 2013 - by firing his lawyers5. Supreme Court ruling

In July, a Supreme Court of Canada ruling about an older Mr. Big6. The verdict

The decision will be closely watched by the legal community across Canada as other courts deal with Mr. Big sting trials in the context of the Supreme Court ruling. Given the legal issues argued throughout the trial, an appeal of a conviction would not be unexpected.

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