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Little progress made in quadruple homicide case

Calgary, AB, Canada / RTBN
Little progress made in quadruple homicide case
Little progress was made today in the case of the Sage Hill quadruple homicide.
The appearance in Court today was for distributing what the defense lawyer described as a “massive disclosure.” Lawyers had put in a request for over 70 thousand files on October 12th and as of November 29th, they’ve only received partial information.
Kebede appeared via CCTV while Liao was not in attendance.
Tewodros Kebede and Diana Liao are charged with first degree murder in the death of Hanock Afowerk, 26, and three counts of accessory after the fact in the slayings of Cody Pfeiffer, 25, and sisters Tiffany Ear, 39, and Glynnis Fox, 36.
The bodies of Pfeiffer, Ear and Fox were found in a burned car in Sage Hill on May 10, 2017. Two days after the discovery, Afowerk’s remains were found near a road west of Calgary. The two incidents were though to be unrelated at first, but it was discovered the victims knew each other.
Court is expected to reconvene on January 31st 2018.

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