The owner of a shuttered costume shop in New Glasgow has a date with a judge in October.
An eagle-eyed Frank reader spotted Darryl Moir being led down the street by police in handcuffs on the afternoon of August 12, and simply couldn’t let the moment pass without snapping a photo for posterity.
We’ve all heard about how while George Baker doesn’t want to be anyonee’s “nigger,” he does want to be Amherst’s mayor.
As indicated in the accompanying piece, the firestorm over the cover and contents of Frank 746 was at times rather intense. Or at least it seems that way, until you look a little closer.
Almost from the moment Frank 746 hit newsstands with revelations about not only the life of deceased Truro Police Service Constable Catherine Campbell but information regarding her alleged murderer’s defence strategy, the anger on social media was palpable.
Facebook was awash with calls to not only boycott my organ, but to pressure businesses to remove it from their shelves.
While Christopher Calvin Garnier’s murder trial is months away — the preliminary hearing is scheduled to begin on July 11, just after my deadline — defence lawyer Joel Pink has confirmed to Frank Magazine that his desire is to make the victim’s police disciplinary record a part of the case.
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