June 8, 2023

Attorneys for a person accused of killing an Ontario police officer and injuring two others are contesting whether or not the capturing in Bourges, Ontario, certified as an ambush.

Attorneys John Hale and Cassandra Richards stated in a press release that the officers weren’t ambushed, as OPP Commissioner Thomas Carricke stated.

Sgt. OPP. Eric Müller died in hospital following a capturing at a home in Bourges within the early hours of Might eleventh.

Click to play video: Sgt.  Funeral for Eric Mueller: Doug Ford delivers eulogy for deceased OPP officer

Sergeant Eric Mueller Funeral: Doug Ford delivers eulogy for deceased OPP officer

He and two different officers had been responding to a riot name once they had been shot at, police stated.

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Alain Belfey, 39, has been charged with one depend of first-degree homicide and two counts of tried homicide.

Belfey’s attorneys say he didn’t ask or count on the police to come back to his home in the midst of the night time, and that he was in his mattress and asleep when the police entered.

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