Author Topic: Is this Fouad Nayel? Missing since June 2012 near Calabogie  (Read 11882 times)


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Re: Is this Fouad Nayel? Missing since June 2012 near Calabogie
« Reply #15 on: November 19, 2016, 12:51:38 PM »
Police allege Nayel was fatally shot in a drug-related death.

Having pointed that out, 

Regardless of their son's alleged  activities, his parents were robbed of justice.

And since there will not be a trial, Nayel's parent's have been robbed of a chance to clear their son's  name of drug affiliations, that were alluded to by the police.

 The Supreme Court must amend that law!!!

« Last Edit: November 19, 2016, 07:37:17 PM by jellybean »


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Re: Is this Fouad Nayel? Missing since June 2012 near Calabogie
« Reply #17 on: August 09, 2018, 03:19:20 PM »

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After a six-year wait, the family of Fouad Nayel is hoping to find justice now that his accused killer's trial is finally set to begin.

On Thursday, Adam Picard, a former soldier accused of killing the 28-year-old, lost his bid to the Supreme Court to halt the trial over concerns about delays in the case.

Picard will head to court Sept. 4, according to his lawyer.

The Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear Picard's challenge of an appeal court decision dismissing his arguments about the time it took to bring the case to trial.

Adam Picard eyes Supreme Court appeal after new murder trial ordered
Accused killer expected to file for 2nd stay in murder case
Picard was arrested in December 2012 in the killing of Nayel, who went missing in June that year.

The trial was set to begin in 2016 but the Ontario Superior Court of Justice stayed the first-degree murder charge in light of new time limits established by the Supreme Court.

Ottawa court delays slow to budge despite Jordan ruling, numbers show
In its appeal, the Crown argued the judge mischaracterized the nature of the delays, failed to consider the complexity of the case and did not properly account for a transitional period in applying the new rules.

Adam Picard was charged with first-degree murder in the death of Fouad Nayel in 2012, but walked out of court a free man in 2016 after an Ontario Superior Court judge ruled court delays violated his right to a timely trial. (CBC)
The Ontario Court of Appeal allowed the appeal last September and ordered the trial to proceed, prompting Picard to take his case to the Supreme Court.

Picard's lawyer, Michael Crystal, would not comment on the Supreme Court's decision Thursday.

He told CBC News that he hasn't spoken to Picard yet.

He said Picard was denied bail in October and has been at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre since then.